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15 NSFW Tweets Fans Sent Team 10 Member Chance Sutton

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It goes without saying that Team 10 is one of the biggest YouTube groups on the web right now. With over 2 million subscribers on the crew’s group channel and a whopping 25+ million followers across the members’ personals, they obviously have a ton of influence over their fans.

We all know that the leader of the group, Jake Paul, is notorious for getting into trouble. Not only is he currently in a MAJOR fight with his ex Alissa Violet and her new boyfriend, FaZe Banks, over abuse allegations, but he also allegedly almost killed his neighbor due to a prank and was recently BANNED from vlogging in his own house.

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree among the Team 10 guys, because Chance Sutton has also had his own bouts with drama. The 20-year-old and then-girlfriend Tessa Brooks fell victim to a serious Twitter hack not too long ago. The hackers revealed a ton of incriminating evidence that proved Chance may have probably cheated on the brunette, which may have caused their split. In response, the YouTuber deleted his Twitter (@ImChanceSutton) and has since started a new, un-verified account (@ImChanceSuttons).

We mention this change because when we were looking for dirty tweets (ya know, as we do), a lot of them were directed toward his own username. But no matter which account name fans sent the NSFW notes to, we still feel super uncomfy at the thought that the YT guy sees these things on the daily.

1. We don’t think Dr. Dre would approve.

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2. No thanks.


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3. Actually we already ate.


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4. Ouch, that’s gotta hurt.


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5. We sure don’t!


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6. A+ for Emoji use, TBH.


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7. TMI!


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8. You should probably see a doctor about that.


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9. Honestly we see this as a compliment.


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10. Nah, we’re good.


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11. Why???


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12. Is it possible to wash your eyeballs?


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13. We feel uncomfortable.


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14. This should be illegal.


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15. NOOOOOOOO!


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