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Zoie Burgher tweets details about supposed threesome with FaZe Pamaj, Abigale Mandler

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Zoie Burgher, 23, is a YouTuber with 1.1 million subscribers who has been known to stream herself gaming while wearing bikinis and twerking (it was enough to get her banned from Twitch in 2016 for posting pornographic content). Now, the woman who claims she’s the “hottest egirl alive” is accusing well-known gamer FaZe Pamaj, 23, of having a threesome with herself and married internet model Abigale Mandler, 23.

Burgher has deleted the tweet that she posted on Sunday, but, as Dexerto noted, she wrote, “And I still can’t believe no one found out about the threesome between me, Abigale Mandler, and Pamaj, and especially not her husband. Moral of the story, everyone fucking sucks.”

She then posted supposed “receipts” of the encounter, tweeting an alleged DM between her and Pamaj where he asked if he had left his jacket, optic chain, and driver’s license in a hotel room where they met. After Burgher said she couldn’t find it, Pamaj asked her to check Mandler’s bed for his missing possessions. Wrote Burgher on Twitter, “He took off his optic chain & jacket in our room … to play [Call of Duty] obviously.”

Pamaj, who has more than 3.2 million YouTube subscribers and 230,000 Twitch followers, had a simple response on Twitter, tweeting a Call of Duty accomplishment.

That tweet was liked more than 23,000 times with a large number of people responding with some form of “Dead!” or “LMFAO.” Or GIFs like this.

Later, Pamaj tweeted, “I love my family I love my friends I love my fans I have so many reasons to use that beautiful word You know who you are.”

In her response, Mandler was a little more exasperated with her former friend. On Twitter, Mandler wrote, “Heard someone was having a mental breakdown on the tl again but was out living my life off my phone to see any of it go down. Apparently I cheated and had a threesome so go ahead and roast me now so we can all move on with our fucking lives.”

Mandler also wrote, “I don’t hate [Burgher]. I wish she would keep my name out of her mouth. It’s been over 2 years. Grow up and move on ffs.”

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Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.