The name Trainwrecks is almost synonymous with the community of gambling on Twitch. So when Tyler "Trainwrecks" Faraz Niknam himself called out the gambling community on Twitch, it came as a massive shock to the world.
Trainwrecks was one of the pioneers of gambling streaming and claimed that he even earns up to a million dollars each month for these streams.
Trainwrecks suggests the gambling community is full of scammers
In a now-deleted tweet, Trainwrecks made the following statement:
i dont give a f**k who comes after me or who puts me in their sights, if you win every day you're a fake and a fraud, i dont give a f**k if when i call you out you suddenly lose on that day, f**k off, you're all scammers and you're all f**king trash, f**k the gambling section
He further added,
F**k affiliate codes, f**k fake money deals, how can streamers get viewers hooked when they themselves aren't taking the same s**t risk they want to expose others to, fucking dog s**t section.
The streamer seems to be extremely tiffed by people who are apparently scammers since they win every gamble they play. He further added that if people suddenly lose one game after they get called out, it basically proves to be a scam.
Soon enough, however, the streamer deleted the tweet, which might have been a wise move on his part. Trainwrecks is famous for his gambling streams and earns a vast portion of his monthly income from gambling, so it would indeed be wise for him to not call the entire section "dog s**t."
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