xQc Accidentally Leaks his Twitter DM’s during Livestream

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: xQc and Adin Ross Twitter

Popular Twitch streamer xQc accidentally leaked his Twitter DM’s recently during Livestreaming.

Félix Lengyel, more commonly known online as xQc or xQcOW, is a famous Canadian Twitch Streamer and internet personality. Currently, xQc is the most-watched and biggest streamer on Twitch, with more than 11 million+ followers. His numbers are so insane that his average viewership count is 100k+.

Popular Twitch streamer xQc is once again in a tough spot. Lately, xQc has been having trouble with his ex-roommate/girlfriend, Adept. The whole thing has even escalated to a court hearing. He just can’t seem to catch a break.

But his streams are still as wild and eventful as ever with all that is going on in his daily life. Even all of the problems cannot make xQc not stream for his fans and followers. Just a few days ago, xQc found out that someone was using his credit card to make unauthorized purchases. A few days before that, xQc accidentally revealed some NSFW images during his Livestream.

And now, xQc has accidentally leaked something else, and this time it’s his Twitter DM’s.

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xQc Leaks Twitter DM’s

On March 15, xQc was streaming on Twitch, reacting to Ninja’s Tweets, talking to his chat, and remaking his troll face meme image. At one point while switching tabs, xQc accidentally revealed his Twitter account DM’s to his viewers.

xQc immediately became flustered after revealing his Twitter DM’s and said, “Yo…….. Yo…….”.

He then slammed his desk and explained to his chat why he was messaging Adin, as he thought it might look bad. He said

“I wanted to see if I could get a pendant done”

xQc claimed that he messaged Adin, Kai Cenat, and Blueface to point him in the right direction for his pendant idea.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.