Popular streamer and content creator xQc recently shone some light on theories of Adept stealing his Mclaren.
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+.
xQc’s hyper personality and thousands of viewers make for chaotic live streams every time he goes live. Sometimes, xQc plays games like GTA V, Minecraft, Among Us, and Fortnite but is often seen in the Just Chatting category of Twitch. With the release of Overwatch 2, the former pro player is enjoying the game once again.
But, some drama arose about the ownership of the Mclaren Spider 720s that xQc showed off in a stream, and he finally decided to address the issue.
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xQc Shines Light on Mclaren Spider 720s Ownership:
Recently, some of the xQc fans made up theories about Adept stealing the car. On 31st October, Adept was talking about how she picked up her ex-boyfriend in the Mclaren. This sparked some controversy as Twitch chat started telling Adept to return the car back to xQc.
During his recent stream, xQc talked about the situation and debunked theories about Adept stealing the Mclaren 720s Spider. He said,
“Let me debunk this bu**shit. The car is mine. The car is being transferred to me, and it’s fine. Even if things pop off and go crazy, it’s still mine. My name is on the car. She’s co-owner, she had a license, so to be registered to be driven around. The car needs to be registered to be driven around”.
So, basically, xQc bought the car, but it was registered to Adept because she had a license. But it’s being transferred to xQc soon.
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