Emoting after you eliminate an enemy in Fortnite is priceless, but being on the receiving end is definitely not a fun time. But do we ever learn? Of course not! Like me, dear reader, you can’t help but use a toxic Fortnite emote after you’ve outplayed your enemy, can you? But which is the most toxic? Well, let’s run you through what we believe are most likely to have your enemies smashing their controllers against the wall. Just because we’re nice like that!
10. Default Dance
Default Dance is a funny but highly annoying emote. However, it’s even more toxic and irritating when used by someone playing Fortnite with the Default Skin. Why? Because this is clearly a hardcore player who refuses to pay for fancy skins and emotes. Tilter.
9. Take The L
The Take The L emote is included with the Battle Pass in Chapter 1 Season 3 and has a market price of 950 V-Bucks. It has also become one of Fortnite‘s most iconic emotes and has been imitated in real life in many social media videos. So, when you use it, other players will instantly recognize you as an old-timer, so they know they’ve just been done by someone with way more experience.
8. Blowin’ Up
The Blowin’ Up emote was included in the Battle Pass for Chapter 3 Season 3, and has a market price of 950 V-Bucks. This emote allows you to take selfies, and it may truly be one of the most toxic emotes in Fortnite.
When players eliminate someone from another team, especially in Duo, Trio, and Squad modes, they carry them to a quiet corner and take a selfie together. I may or may not have rage quit when this happened to me once.
7. Slow Clap
This emote is pretty self-explanatory: you can slowly clap in an emotionless way after killing your opponents, which is the epitome of disrespect. It was first released in Fortnite on December 15th, 2017, so it’s quite old.
The fact that it is quite old and not all players have it makes this emote even more rare. Priced at 200 V-Bucks, this emote was last seen on the market on October 23rd, 2023.
6. Phone It In
If you follow streamer xQc or have watched a bit of it in the past, you’ve definitely seen this emote before.
Back when xQc played Fortnite, he had a stream sniper using the Peely skin, and every time he killed xQc, he would use the Epic Sax Guy-inspired Phone It In emote. You can see xQc’s tantrums after seeing this emote if you check YouTube. It’s legendary in the world of toxic emotes.
5. Toosie Slide
The Toosie Slide emote pays homage to Drake’s song Toosie Slide. When you play the emote, you can hear Drake’s voice and song.
Regardless of the emote, when popular culture like TikTok trends come into play, the emote almost naturally becomes toxic. It’s all part of the culture of Fortnite.
4. Get Griddy
This emote is an emote from NBA YoungBoy’s Right Foot Creep. Also, this emote is Traversal, which means you can walk while using the emote at the same time. Personally, I love to walk over my opponent’s loot with this emote after I finish them off. Yes, I’m mean.
3. It’s a Vibe
It’s a Vibe emote is an emote that plays Alors On Danse by Stromae. Your character moves their hands in a very slow motion, and the fact that many people know this song and that it’s popular makes this emote much more toxic in Fortnite. Using this emote after killing your opponent makes you look clean with it.
2. Dance Monkey
I have no idea why the Dance Monkey emote is so toxic and annoying. But I remember the first time a player used this emote on me after I was killed and I couldn’t stop rolling about laughing with flames shooting out of my eyes.
1. Never Gonna
One of Fortnite‘s toxic emotes for me is Never Gonna. There’s nothing like Rickrolling an enemy after eliminating them. And the price is only 500 V-Bucks. It’s the ultimate troll.