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Streamers Keep Getting Tricked By NSFW Fortnite Prank

Streamers Tricked By Fornite Black Hole NSFW

A new NSFW prank has reared its ugly head on the internet, tricking multiple streamers into viewing it while live broadcasting. With the mysterious "end" of Fortnite upon us, players are scrambling to uncover any details about the future of the battle royale. Unfortunately, this event has brought out the wolves of the internet, preying on unsuspecting victims.

Yesterday while Fortnite was down, an ominous black hole was all that remained, but when fans attempted to figure out what it means, they could be met with a completely different type of hole (warning: NSFW).

Essentially, bait videos are currently floating around the web, pulling victims in by making them think there is new information about Fortnite's mysterious black hole. Popular Spanish streamer "TheGrefg" fell particularly hard for the prank by opening the unvetted clip from his Twitter feed, all while live on Twitch. The video he watched begins with Fortnite's now-infamous black hole, but the camera quickly pulls to the side to reveal someone with their pants completely down, butt fully exposed and cheeks spread – yikes.

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TheGrefg, fortunately, remains unbanned so far; If his account holds, it's safe to say that he will likely not be opening new videos or links while streaming in the near future. TheGrefg wasn't the only victim of the prank video, however, as YouTube streamer "Merl" also took the bait.

The internet can be a minefield for those innocent enough to trust in its purity. Comments from these clips echo this sentiment, with Reddit user "iHybridPanda" noting, "they all learn the hard way."

Speaking of the "hard" way, an even worse variant has also arisen from the depths. View at your own risk – the following clip is extremely NSFW.

This time, Spanish streamer "8cho" was the target, witnessing something he probably wishes he could erase from his memory completely. On the bright side, 8cho also remains unbanned for now, but only time will tell if Twitch decides to take action against the streamers.

If there is a lesson to be learned here, it is that content creators should understand that the internet is still the digital Wild-Wild West. Vet Twitter feeds on another monitor, trust no one, and pray for the best out there.

Source: Reddit

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