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xQc reveals he had to move again to avoid doxxing issues

Twitch star Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has moved back home, this time to his native Canada. The 25-year-old has to change his address regularly due to constant doxxing problems.

As the world’s most popular Twitch streamer, xQc enjoys various perks of the role, including being able to afford his vast collection of luxury supercars.

However, being in the public eye also has its downsides. One of the biggest problems xQc has faced is that he has been doxed on numerous occasions, forcing him to constantly drag home.

xQc has now moved back to his home country of Canada. However, as with all of his moves, it will be short-lived.

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xQc has had numerous doxxing issues in the past, forcing him to relocate regularly.

xQc is moving back to Canada

On May 16th xQc announced on Twitter that he had returned to Canada after moving to the United States to avoid doxxing issues.

“Back in Canada for a while,” xQc said. “Newly furnished [again]. Nick and his girlfriend helped me a lot to get started as soon as possible. Everything is back to normal with better schedules.”

It comes after xQc’s original home was attacked multiple times after trolls found its address. For example, he previously claimed that he was mugged by armed police officers on a daily basis. A man also broke into his home with a crowbar.

It’s unclear if a specific doxxing incident forced xQc to move again. However, fans on Twitter explained that it was all part of his plan to move for “security reasons”.

To avoid a leak of his location and an attack on his house, xQc temporarily stayed in Air BnBs.

xQc has not clarified how long he will stay in Canada before moving on to his next location. Although his new setup with a grassy wall and neon lights was already a hit with his viewers.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/xqc-reveals-hes-had-to-move-again-to-escape-doxxing-problems-1824638/ xQc reveals he had to move again to avoid doxxing issues

Emma Bowman

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