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Entertainment • Feb 01, 2019

xQc explains what ‘the juice’ is and we’re more confused than ever

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xQc explains what ‘the juice’ is and we’re more confused than ever
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Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel often mentions “the juice” when he is streaming, and now the streamer has decided to explain what exactly it is he’s talking about.

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Viewers who frequent the Canadian’s stream will regularly hear him talking about how things “are the juice,” and sometimes even implores his fans to go out and “get that juice.”

On his Thursday, January 31 stream, Lengyel finally explained what this notorious “juice” really is, in a way that only xQc could pull off - an incredible motivational speech.

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xQc often tells his stream to "go and get that juice."

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When asked by a member of his Twitch chat to explain what exactly “the juice” is, xQc explained that it had a different meaning to each person, using some inspirational music to hammer home his point to his audience.

“There’s no clear definition of what the juice is,” Lengyel explained to his chat. “The juice is whatever you make it. It can be anything. Nobody can define what it is for you, you know what the juice is.

“For me, the juice is whenever I win. That’s my juice. But maybe your juice is when you make a nice piece of art, hell yeah, that’s your juice! Maybe you like when people notice you, you want fame, that’s your juice. Maybe you like money and buying shit, and that’s the juice.”

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This isn’t the first time xQc has gotten philosophical on stream, as back on January 26 he went on an incredible rant as he tried to figure out whether the concept of truth actually existed.

The former Overwatch pro has returned to the game in recent weeks after a period spent away for the popular Blizzard title, but Lengyel is still trying out other games as he transitions into becoming more of a variety streamer. It might be best to stay quiet when he’s playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive though, as one fan found out on January 31.