NRG Bucke kicks off after xQc calls him an “NPC” for siding with Andrew Tate

. Last updated: July 23, 2022

Felix xQc’ Lengyel opened up with shots at Bucke after watching the young Fortnite pro join a streamed chat with Andrew Tate and HasanAbi, but things quickly spread elsewhere on the internet.

The debate between Hasan ‘HasanAbi’ Piker and Andrew Tate was the talk of the town on July 21st. The two clashed in a 40-minute conversation that ultimately ended with the political Twitch star being removed from the conversation, but that’s not the only bad blood to emerge from the stream.

When xQc later watched the VOD, xQc insinuated that Fortnite pro Bucke was an “NPC” who was only there to defend Tate and not give Piker a fair chance – and what came out after that caused quite a stir in its own right.

Fortnite pro Bucke tees off after xQc labeled him an NPC

It wasn’t long after the first stream that Bucke saw the clip from Lengyel’s broadcast and fired off an angry response.

“You are ass. I know very well that you don’t talk to me like that,” the 19-year-old professional player replied.

xQc held on to his guns and mistook the call for a “certified NPC response” but otherwise left it alone.

However, Bucke continued to escalate the situation, claiming the two could settle their differences in a boxing match: “I think we should settle this in the ring.”

This isn’t the first time the elder Twitch star has been challenged to a fight in recent months, and Rubius also capitalized on his chance with an appearance at Ibai’s record-breaking La Velada del Ano II event in June.

Nothing has come of this challenge yet, and it doesn’t seem like much is coming of this one either, but that hasn’t stopped Bucke from continuing to shoot nearly 24 hours after her first spat.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/nrg-bucke-kicks-off-after-xqc-calls-him-an-npc-for-siding-with-andrew-tate-1880956/ NRG Bucke kicks off after xQc calls him an “NPC” for siding with Andrew Tate

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