Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel jokingly claimed that he is responsible for the awe-inspiring rise to fame of Corpse Husband.
During his stream, xQc joked that he played a vital role in the skyrocketing popularity of Corpse Husband. According to the Canadian Pro gamer, playing Among Us with him in 2020 helped the enigmatic streamer gain fame.
Following his breakout year in 2020, Corpse amassed millions of followers. However, fame came with immense pressure.
Notably, xQc is known for his enthusiastic antics during streams. However, he broke from tradition recently by spending a lot of his time on stream watching a Patrick CC video essay dubbed The Curious Case of Corpse.
The video sheds light on the sudden rise in searches surrounding Corpse Husband, and that’s when xQc says he made a difference. “He played in my [Among Us] lobby, where I literally made him,” he claimed.
“You can skip the rest of the video if you want but I’m telling you right now, that’s the truth. I don’t give a sh*t.”
The chat erupted into a choir of agreement, with xQc emphasizing “Yup, I made him, it is what it is.” However, the video attributes Corpse’s success to Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, as per a report by Dexerto.
Nevertheless, xQc and his chat agreed that he is the “better Felix” when it comes to helping Corpse gain success. While Corpse’s music career played a big role in his success, xQc can still claim that he was there with him at the very beginning.
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