Yassuo hits back at "100 Thieves hoodie salesman" roast at Twitch Rivals - Dexerto

Yassuo hits back at “100 Thieves hoodie salesman” roast at Twitch Rivals

Published: 28/Nov/2019 0:20

by Andrew Amos


100 Thieves star Moe ‘Yassuo’ was getting roasted in and out of the game at the League of Legends Twitch Rivals tournament, but he had all bases prepared for this perfect clap back at Christopher ‘Montecristo’ Mykles’ comment.

Twitch Rivals is the perfect mix of high-quality LoL, and amazing content creation. Assembling some of the most popular streamers and the game’s best players into a week-long tourney, Twitch Rivals is entertainment for all.

However, usually at Twitch Rivals, someone is labelled ‘the villain’ for the length of the tournament, and this time around it was Yassuo.

After shunning Tim ‘Trick2g’ Foley off his team, Yassuo caught the ire of the community. But, in this one instance, the 100 Thieves streamer prepared the perfect comeback for this Montecristo roast before a game that had everyone reeling.

Twitter: TheMob100 Thieves are known for their streetwear, dropping a re-run of their iconic cream hoodie on November 23.

Before their semi-final match against Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp’s Shadow Dogs Unleashed, Yassuo kicked back for the pre-game coverage live from the Twitch studio.

However, before the action even started, Yassuo was having to dodge a barrage of flame from the desk, with caster Christopher ‘Montecristo’ Mykles taking a cheeky dig at the mid laner.

“The man’s got a lot of trash talk for a guy who is basically a glorified 100 Thieves hoodie salesman,” Monte said.

Yassuo was quick to clap back at the former League of Legends caster and team owner, quipping about how Montecristo was kicked out of the scene.

“Why is Monte talking so much when he got kicked out of the League scene,” the streamer said in retaliation. “Monte, I’m going to start something with you too — you got kicked out of the League scene, the only way you came back is through Twitch Rivals.”

As Montecristo went on to praise Tyler1, Yassuo let the now-Overwatch League caster about his slight biases. “Monte, I can’t hear you because Tyler’s d*ck is so far down your throat, take it out,” he said.

Twitch RivalsYassuo teamed up with Sanchovies, Hard, Prismal, and Shady for the latest Twitch Rivals League of Legends showdown.

While the response was good, the pre-game trash talk might have gotten to Yassuo’s head a little bit. They went on to lose to Shadow Dogs Unleashed 2-0, bowing out of Twitch Rivals in 3-4th. They did manage to walk away with $5,500 for their efforts, and a lot of great content to boot.

Tyler1 and his squad went on to win the tournament without dropping a single game, taking down Nightblue3’s team 3-0 in the final. It wasn’t all good news for Tyler1’s team though, with jungler ‘Tarzaned’ getting hit with a 30-day Twitch ban after the tournament wrapped up.


Charli D’Amelio shuts down accusations of using racial slur in video

Published: 20/Nov/2020 20:07 Updated: 20/Nov/2020 20:10

by Dexerto


TikTok queen Charli D’Amelio has experienced a rough few days, losing over a million followers after critics took issue with a joke she made during dinner — but now, a fellow influencer is accusing her of using a racial slur in a resurfaced video.

Charli D’Amelio is TikTok’s most-followed content creator, at one point reaching well over 99 million followers just this month.

However, the 16-year-old internet superstar has begun to lose followers by the millions, after critics took offense to a joke she made during a family dinner, where she appeared to complain about not reaching 100 million followers in the span of a single year.

She took to Instagram live shortly after the mass unfollowing began, revealing that she’d even been sent death threats over the scandal — but now, a popular YouTuber is accusing Charli of using a racial slur, adding even more fuel to the fire.

Charli D'Amelio is shown next to Chef Aaron May.
YouTube: The D'Amelio Family
Charli D’Amelio has come under fire for a joke she made during an episode of “Dinner with the D’Amelios.”

The YouTuber shared a video that appeared to show Charli and older sister Dixie rapping along to a song that dropped the slur, although the audio appeared to be highly distorted and a fan had zoomed in on Charli’s face.

Charli, having already clapped back at this particular YouTuber before, was quick to shut down the rumors by sharing the original video, which was markedly different than the version that had been spread online.

@trishlikefish88##stitch with @valerioleaked ##greenscreen♬ original sound – trishapaytas

In the real video, Charli and Dixie sing along to a number of different songs, the audio for which is not distorted, and never drop a slur throughout the video’s entirety.

“If you would like to see Dixie and I dancing with the actual sound, feel free to check out my Instagram story,” Charli said of the situation.

It seems like critics are doing everything they can to shut down the young star’s success, even after she tearfully explained that her 100 million follower “joke” was because she had something special in store for her fans, should she have reached the milestone in time.

Being defended by the likes of James Charles and others, it seems like Charli has a good support system in place — but this drama just goes to show how truly brutal the internet can be when it picks a target.