xQc fans troll Fox News into fake high school graduation news

Fans of popular Twitch streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel somehow got a Fox News reporter to deliver the creator a congratulatory message on graduating from high school.

xQc is one of the most popular content creators on all of Twitch, and with that comes a lot of fans who love to mess with him on purpose at times.

While some fans often stream Snipe to ruin his gaming experience, sometimes to promote himself, others take a very different approach.

Now, his community somehow got a local Fox News station to congratulate the streaming star on graduating from high school, and it’s absolutely hilarious.

in one tweet on 6Fox 4 broadcast reporter Clarice Tinsley from Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, posted a sweet high school graduation message for the 26-year-old streaming star.

Felix Lengyel will graduate from Highland Park High School with honors,” the tweet said. “He is a member of the Computer Science National Honor Society and the Math National Honor Society. He will study computer science, Italian language and literature at the University of California-Berkley.”

So far, the tweet has garnered over 37,000 likes, with xQc’s fan base resonating with memes about the streamer.

Hey, I know this guy, I saw him walking the halls. Unfortunately no one can understand him but a great guy,” one replied, along with a video of the juicer.

“Oh my god, that’s so great! I heard about this guy who they say poggs a lot, whatever that means,” added another. “But I’m happy for Felix and I hope he achieves his dreams and ambitions.”

Similarly, in 2021, ABC News was tricked by Forsen fans into saying Dr. Disrespect to wish a happy birthday.

It seems it’s pretty easy to get a local news outlet to congratulate your favorite creators.

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Emma Bowman

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