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Ninja challenged to boxing match by Tfue after Twitter hack

This one’s not even his fault (Pic: Getty Images North America)
Ninja has had his Twitter account hacked, creating drama with fellow streamer Tfue – who has challenged him to a fight.
It has not been a good week for Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins. After having something of a meltdown over the ‘it’s just a game’ phrase , his Twitter account was recently hacked into.
Rather than do anything incredibly malicious, all the hacker did was post a tweet that made it seem like Ninja was challenging another streamer, Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, to a fight.
Tfue has seemed to have taken genuine offence to this, responding to the now-deleted Tweet with ‘Imagine Ninja being man enough to fight me.’

— Tfue (@TTfue) February 22, 2020

Even after learning that his account was hacked, the act spurred Tfue to make a whole video where he claims that Ninja has always hated and been out to get him, even saying that Ninja has tried to get him banned from Twitch.
‘For years and years, Ninja and me have been rivals, competing against each other since H1Z1, PUBG, and Fortnite… Ever since I started blowing up on social media, blowing up on Twitch, whatever it may be, he’s been trying to tear me down. He’s been talking s*** behind my back.’
He also challenged Ninja to a fight, directly citing last year’s KSI vs Logan Paul fight as why they should do it, as it would bring in the views; something he believes Ninja is desperate for given his move from Twitch to Mixer .
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I have no interest in fighting you @TTfue . I don’t hate you, I don’t want you to fail, but I also don’t appreciate you using my twitter being hacked as a publicity stunt. It was a breach in privacy which nobody deserve to deal with, your making it worse for me and helping him.
— Ninja (@Ninja) February 23, 2020

Ninja has responded, stating that he has no interest in fighting Tfue nor does he hate him. However, he believes Tfue is using the incident as a publicity stunt and that he is ‘making it worse for [Ninja] and helping [the hacker].’
It’s very unlikely that an actual fight between the two will happen but, despite Ninja’s attempt to mediate the situation, this drama could last for quite a while and leave an impression on both of their fanbases.

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