xQc rages and bans Twitch viewer after they call him “worse than Ninja” - Dexerto

xQc rages and bans Twitch viewer after they call him “worse than Ninja”

Published: 22/Dec/2019 0:17

by Brent Koepp


Popular Twitch streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel unloaded on a viewer who came into his broadcast to trash talk him, and had the perfect response to being called “worse than Ninja.”

xQc is one of the most followed personalities on Twitch, as many tune in to watch the former Overwatch pro’s explosive rants, and entertaining variety streams.

However, when a viewer went into his December 21 broadcast to trash talk him, the streaming star hilariously went nuclear on him, and sent him packing to Mixer.

Instagram: @xqcow1The Canadian streamer is one of the most followed Twitch channels in 2019.

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xQc sends trash-talking viewer packing to Mixer

During the start of xQc’s stream, a viewer took shots at the personality when he wrote “this guy is worse than Ninja,” which caught the eye of the Canadian star.


“Ah, you stupid mother f**ker! Alright then, go see Ninja!” he screamed as he raised both of his arms in the air. He then banned the viewer, as his chat erupted into laughter.

The former Overwatch pro gave the trash talking heckler instructions to “click out of the stream” repeatedly, before telling him to go over to Mixer instead.

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“Click out, dude, and go to f**king Mixer!  Make a little account, dude” he said, as he used his fingers to hilariously motion typing on a keyboard.

“Load your account with embers and energies, level up, and post a gify gif in the chat dude,” he exclaimed, mocking the Microsoft-owned platform.


The Twitch personality then got one last shot in at his detractor, and said, “f**king c*ck lord, the f**k’s wrong with you?” and later called the banned chat user a “degenerate.”

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Despite being insulted, xQc’s reaction is a good example of why he’s attracted a large following on Twitch, as viewers find his over-the-top explosions entertaining.

As of the time of this article, the Canadian has over 1.8 million followers, and consistently pulls in 30,000 live viewers during each of his broadcasts, making him one of the top streamers on the platform.