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Tfue loses his mind after insane Fortnite 1v3 vs Bugha, Bizzle and Dubs - "Suck my f***ing dick!"

by Albert Petrosyan

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Superstar Twitch streamer Turner 'Tfue' Tenney had a hilarious reaction during a Fortnite match after wiping out a squad that consisted of fellow World Cup finalists Kyle 'Bugha' Giersdorf, Timothy 'Bizzle' Miller and Danny 'Dubs' Walsh. 

With Epic Games having announced a series of lucrative competitive events for Season X, many pros and competitive players have decided to hold practice sessions to stay sharp.

These sessions, more commonly known as 'pro scrims,' usually feature some of the biggest names in competitive Fortnite, and it's always a treat when two star-studded squads go head-to-head and engage in heated battle.

That is exactly what happened during a scrim match on August 10, when Tfue, Dennis 'Cloak' Lepore, and Team Liquid's Thomas '72hrs' Mulligan ran into an enemy squad led by Solos World Cup champion Bugha.

Tfue ended up getting the upper hand at the end, all by himself in fact, which led to a berserk reaction from the former FaZe Clan superstar. 

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The squad Tfue 1v3ed included Bugha, the reigning Fortnite World Cup Solos champion.

The trash talking started right at the beginning of the match, when Tfue's attempted land at the fiery trail of the meteor was contested by Bizzle.

Quickly downing and eliminating the Ghost Gaming pro, he threw in a choice word of insult, albeit not knowing who he had killed off at the time: "I don't know who this dumbass is." 

He was then immediately challenged by Bizzle's teammates Bugha and Dubs, both of whom he held off and took care of by landing a few expertly taken shots, followed immediately by a hilariously vulgar reaction, which was captured live on stream.

"You're fucking trash, get the fuck out of my game!" he yelled. "Suck my f*cking dick bitch! Suck my f*cking cock! Why the f*ck you landing on me? 1v3! Suck my f*cking cock Bizzle, Dubs, and Bugha. Lick my gooch too, buddy. F*cking idiots."

Whether you're Tfue, or anyone else for that matter, it's no easy feat to successfully take on and eliminate a squad made up of three World Cup finalists, including the Solos champion himself.

Plays like this will surely boost the ex-FaZe star's confidence going into the upcoming set of tournaments, especially after his disappointing performance and placement at last month's $30 million tournament. 

And if his final trio of choice does end up including both Cloak and 72hrs, the rest of the pro scene should definitely keep an eye out because that squad is as dangerous as it gets.