What's up guys, back with Episode 137 of our Fortnite Fails & Funny Moments! In todays we have put together some of the funniest Fortnite moments including wtf moments to funny fails! Can we smash 25,000 likes for episode 138 tomorrow!? Subscribe & join the road to 5Mil subs - https://goo.gl/9g7jnm
Here's Episode 136 of Fortnite Funny Fails, WTF Moments & Epic Kills if you haven't seen it!
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(First Song) Island - MBB
(Second Song) Beach - MBB
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