xQc Labels Dating Advice From Twitch Streamer Hasan Abi As ‘Dogsh*t’

xQc is one of the biggest and most successful Twitch streamers on the planet. Recently, he talked about his fellow streamer Hasan Abi and why his relationship advice would never work.

Hasan Abi rose to fame with videos on YouTube and Twitch Streams. In his early days, Hasan used to post content about dating and relationship advice on a show called ‘Chadvice’.

Hasan’s Chadvice

Chadvice has since been reduced but occasionally Hasan Abi still hosts the show on his streams. In Chadvice, a selected pandelist group helps answer questions of people who are struggling with their love life.

However, xQc is not buying into the hype. In his latest stream xQc told that the advice from ‘Chadvice’ is dogsh*t and also told Twitch viewers the reason behind him thinking so:

“Hasan’s ‘chadvice’ doesn’t work, ever. Hasan’s advice on dating is dogs**t. The guy has the looks of a f**kin’ marble Greek God. It doesn’t matter. He could sit AFK, and eat a booger, and he’d land a date. He would f**k on the first date, going AFK on the date. So why the f**k would I care what he says or what he does when he doesn’t have to do s**t!”

xQc’s Most Recent Purchase

xQc believes that Hasan is good-looking and has the appearance of a ‘Greek God’ which makes him unfit to give advice to the average looking guys who watch Chadvice.

xQc recently announced that he purchased a sports card McLaren 720s Spider for $300,000.  xQc said “it’s a McLaren 720s Spider. Guys, I had to pull the trigger. I haven’t bought anything for myself in the past whatever years, dude. And when I saw this I just wanted it. That’s just what I want, it is what it is.”

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