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xQc gets stream sniped in real life by fan who wants a free sub

Published: 10/Mar/2019 16:12 Updated: 10/Mar/2019 16:41

by Connor Bennett

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Hugely popular Twitch streamer Félix ‘Overwatch player finally ventured into the world of IRL streaming – and headed out with a few of his friends, broadcasting for just over three hours as they bounced around parts of Montreal.

As ever with IRL streaming, there are sure to be interesting interactions with passersby and, sometimes, even fans who have decided to interrupt the stream. Yet, one particular stream sniper dropped by with some hilarious references for xQc’s viewers – and with a small demand of his own.

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Robert Paul for Blizzard EntertainmentThe former Dallas Fuel pro has become a massive name on Twitch in recent months.

While sat in a bar, xQc was handed multiple sheets of paper from behind the positioned camera. Reading through them, one of the streamer’s friends realized that they were being stream sniped by a fan who was delivering in-real-life chat spam with paper.

The fan’s antics didn’t end there. Instead of asking for a photo, an autograph or even to appear on stream, the viewer simply asked the chat to gift him a subscription to xQc – as the streamer himself read out loud.

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xQc was speechless as his friends also pointed out that the stream sniper had dropped a ‘7, 7, 7’ note on him – referring to a regular spam in the streamer’s chat and donations that has caused him much frustration in the past.

While it isn’t Lengyel’s first venture into the world of streaming his own time outside his house, it didn’t quite match the hilarity levels of the time he streamed a gym session.

Yet, it is xQc and there’s always fun to be found in what he does, so maybe he will add a few more IRL streams into his broadcasts. 

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Bryce Hall slams “fake influencers” for partying despite restrictions

Published: 19/Oct/2020 20:53

by Virginia Glaze

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TikTok star Bryce Hall is calling out “fake influencers” for partying in spite of social distancing restrictions, just a month after claiming he’s quitting his own partying ways until LA city ordinances are lifted.

Bryce Hall is the self-described “party animal” of the TikTok world, notoriously being charged by the City of Los Angeles for throwing two house parties despite the area’s social distancing ordinances.

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Faced with a $2,000 fine and potential jail time, Hall later took to his YouTube channel to state that he his no longer throwing huge parties until it’s safe — but it doesn’t look like his fellow influencers are taking the hint.

Since Hall’s video was released, a number of social media stars have faced criticism for partying, including the likes of Nikita Dragun, Charli D’Amelio and rapper/Instagram star Zach Clayton, who Hall called out for his partying habits in a pointed Tweet.

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“I have a theory that the influencers who continue going to parties every night don’t own a brain,” Clayton said of the influencer-partying phenomenon. “Correct me if I’m wrong, though.”

It seems that Hall felt Clayton was being a bit of a hypocrite, as he shot back by calling him a “fake influencer,” claiming that Clayton publicly decries large gatherings but attends them himself in spite of his words of warning.

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“Practice what you preach and try not to be fake,” Hall shot back. “Let’s remember you attended my birthday party.”

“See, the difference here is I can get called out for attending a party, learn form my mistakes, then actually follow through when I say I won’t go out anymore,” Clayton replied. “I haven’t been to a party since then.”

Bryce wasn’t convinced by Clayton’s response, though, and accused him of attending “large gatherings every day not following [redacted] guidelines” — a statement that Clayton seemed to brush off.

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This is far from the first time Hall has taken shots at other influencers for partying, by far; he made similar claims in an interview with Entertainment Tonight two weeks ago, calling other influencers “liars” for going to parties but promoting social distancing on social media.

No matter how you spin it, it looks like Hall has learned his lesson and is attempting to curb the current health crisis by calling out other stars — but it doesn’t look like it’s working all too well.