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Fortnite Battle Royale • Nov 21, 2018

Ninja hits out at trolls who posted an old clip of him struggling to build on Fortnite

Ninja hits out at trolls who posted an old clip of him struggling to build on Fortnite

Twitch megastar Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins has fired back at Fortnite fans who have been posting clips of him having difficulties building on the popular battle royale title.

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Recently, a Twitter account posted a video of Ninja playing Fortnite with Ben ‘DrLupo’ Lupo, when the pair came across an enemy team.

Preparing for a build battle, Ninja began to build himself a base, utilizing a technique called “90s”. This involves the player spinning aroundd - doing 90 degree turns - building walls and ramps quickly to create a high tower in very little time.

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After watching the video, some people began to criticize Ninja and his building skills, something which the Luminosity Gaming member wasn’t happy with, taking to his stream to mock those who posted the video by pretending to be them.

“Bro have you seen Ninja’s 90s?” stated Ninja, pretending to laugh while sticking his tongue out to the camera. “It’s the mind of a troll dude.”

“Let me just find the worst possible clip of Ninja doing 90s, like his first time really trying them and practising them real quick, and let me post this. Check out Ninja’s 90s, they’re just so bad!”

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Ninja has been on the receiving end of backlash from the Fortnite community after players claimed that Ninja had gotten them banned from the game.

It has since been confirmed that both bans had nothing to do with Ninja at all, and one of them didn’t even take place. Since then, fellow Fortnite streamers have come out in defence of Blevins, with Ninja himself appearing on KEEMSTAR’s Drama Alert to address the situation.

While Ninja continues to receive hate from some parts of the community, he’ll soon be able to party in New York, as he’s set to ring in a the new year with a 12 hour Fortnite stream from Times Square on New Year’s Eve.

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