Massively popular internet personality and Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect was booted from the platform in mid-June, after broadcasting inside of a public bathroom at E3 2019 – but now, the Two-Time is finally making his return to the site, following his lengthy two-week ban.
While the Doc was unbanned from Twitch on June 25, he’s waited two more weeks before making his comeback, even breaking character to release an official statement concerning his bathroom blunder on July 1.
After promising that he’s working on a slew of projects to “elevate” his brand and “gaming entertainment as a whole,” fans are waiting with bated breath for his return – which comes in just one day.
The Doc dropped a YouTube video hyping up his comeback on July 7, just 24 hours ahead of his grand return to Twitch, which featured a montage of skillful kills, hilarious banter, and even teased a brand new cityscape for the Arena.
Although some fans attributed the Doc’s streaming delay to further reflection on his ban, others speculated that the Two-Time is making big changes to his production value – which may be the case, considering the new cityscape teased in his trailer for his July 8 stream.
Dr Disrespect has even teased such a development beforehand, posting a telling image of the Arena to Twitter on July 5 with the caption, “Under construction, come back later.
However, others argue that the Doc might return with another IRL stream, following the fumble made in his first real-life broadcast during E3.https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/dr-disrespect-teases-stream-changes-ahead-highly-anticipated-twitch-return-779235
A Twitter video uploaded on June 27 appears to hint that Dr Disrespect may perform an actual base jump for the camrea, as he made a call to “Dan the Body” in the video skit to discuss a fictional “jump” from the Empire State Building.
— Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) June 27, 2019
Whie speculation continues to abound as to the actual content of the Doc’s comeback stream, there’s no denying that his E3 bathroom broadcast caused massive waves in the online space – but he isn’t the only major personality to have filmed in a washroom, by far.
Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul uploaded a YouTube video following Dr Disrespect’s Twitch ban, showing himself using a urinal while speaking to his cameraman.https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/logan-paul-under-fire-filming-bathroom-dr-disrespect-fiasco-769826
While Paul has yet to publicly address his controversial vlog, Beahm’s lengthy Twitlonger post discussing his ban precedes an incredibly hype comeback stream that already has fans on the edge of their seats.