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PashaBiceps puzzled after Siri interrupts stream with hilarious request

Published: 27/Jul/2019 14:27 Updated: 10/Apr/2020 15:03

by Connor Bennett


Legendary Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional Jarosław ‘pashaBiceps’ Jarząbkowski was left stunned when his iPhone’s Siri tried to strike up a conversation with him.

Former Virtus.Pro star pashaBiceps may not have yet been able to translate his CS:GO legend status into Twitch stardom like Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek, but that hasn’t dissuaded him from booting up the livestream and entertaining his fans.

Unlike his former fellow pro, pasha can usually just be found playing the game that made him an esports legend for a thousands of viewers. They tune into watch his entertaining antics, as well as his crisp aim, but sometimes that all gets interrupted when his iPhone decides it wants to make a name for itself and appear on stream.


ESL/Helena KristianssonThe former CS:GO Major winner has always been one of the top personalities in the scene.

The technological mishap happened during Pasha’s July 26 stream when he was chatting with viewers during a break in one of his Faceit Pro League matches. Speaking aloud, the former Virtus.Pro star asked “He serious or he like trolling?” while waiting for one player to return and start the game after the other players had gone through a prolonged pause.

Despite not actively trying to provoke Siri, the Polish rifler quickly got a response from his phone’s voice assistant, which misheard what he had said, thinking he had asked about fallic drawings.


“Ok, I found this on the web for what is a penis-like drawing?’ Check it out,” replied the voice, leaving Pasha stunned.

“What? Siri?” he asked, still with a shocked look upon his face. “I don’t get it – why Siri want to talk to Papa? Hmm, my phone was locked.”

Thankfully for the former CS:GO Major winner, he was able to shake off the bizarre moment and switch right on to focus on his FPL game.

Yet, it might just put him off buying an Amazon Echo or Google Home, as he probably won’t want anymore surprise conversations with technology moving forward.