Fortnite streamer Turner “Tfue” Tenney has apologised on Twitter after accidentally leaking MrBeast’s phone number on stream.
The YouTuber is hosting a charity rock, paper, scissors tournament featuring a number of online personalities, but the event was rocked slightly when one of the competitors, Tfue, accidentally leaked MrBeast’s number and a code to get into the competitor group chat.
Screenshots of the number were soon circulated online, with Tfue apologising over the incident, writing: “I’m so f**king sorry @MrBeastYT I f**ked up so bad fml.”
Ninja, however, called out Tfue over the incident, stating he was to blame and explaining how Tfue shouldn’t have been streaming MrBeast’s channel in the first place due to it being a charity event.
“Were not supposed to be streaming this bro! The 50k you have can be directed to the main stream where people can donate to the charity [sic],” Ninja wrote.
“Also would have prevented the leaks.”
Were not supposed to be streaming this bro! the 50k you have can be directed to the main stream where people can donate to the charity :) https://t.co/szLYUNbonm— Ninja (@Ninja) April 25, 2020
also would have prevented the leaks :(— Ninja (@Ninja) April 25, 2020
This didn’t exactly go down well with Tfue, who fired back at Ninja on his stream, saying: “Ninja shouldn’t be talking sh*t because he’s a f**king pussy and needs to keep his god damn mouth shut.
“He’s more offended than f**king Beast probably is.”
The leaked number issue prompted MrBeast’s charity stream to temporarily go off air, citing technical difficulties until the issue was resolved and the stream rebooted.
Ninja and Tfue have an ongoing rivalry, with the latter having previously challenged him to a boxing match in the vein of Logan Paul and KSI.
MrBeast’s charity event is now back and up running featuring actor Jack Black, Nadeshot and more, which you can check out below.