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Dr Disrespect left speechless after being clowned by Shroud’s incredible roast

Published: 29/Mar/2019 2:22 Updated: 29/Mar/2019 2:26

by Virginia Glaze

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While Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect reigns as the two-time Blockbuster video game champion, he isn’t immune to getting savagely roasted.

Former CS:GO pro and Twitch streamer Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek had a biting take on the Doc’s gaming skills, which he aired out during a Battlefield V Firestorm broadcast on March 27.

“I’m just saying, it took the Doc six hours to get one win,” Shroud popped off after scoring a victory. “Three for three? 12 kills, 12 kills? Eight kills? …I got a broken arm, I’m just saying.”

Dr Disrespect later played the offending clip on his own stream, after opening up the broadcast with a hilarious tirade about his greatness.

However, his enthusiasm quickly vanished after watching the video, going speechless after being clowned by Shroud’s roast before pounding his desk in rage and walking off-camera.

The Doc isn’t one to lie down and take a licking, though; he later returned Shroud’s comments with a hilarious roast of his own, noting the difference between his stream snipers as opposed to those in Shroud’s broadcasts.

“The stream snipers that come after the two-time, they want to cut me down,” Dr Disrespect began. “They want to kill me. His stream snipers, they want to run at him with no weapons and open arms.”

He wasn’t finished there; the Doc even went on to poke fun at Shroud’s professional CS:GO career with Cloud9, jokingly claiming that he hadn’t won any tournaments.

“They [the stream snipers] use proximity chat, going, ‘Shroud! Shroud! I love you Shroud! Shroud, I loved it when you were on Cloud9 and you didn’t win anything!’ I’m just saying.”

This isn’t the first time the two streamers have taken good-natured shots at each other, either – in fact, Shroud claimed that the Doc would be well suited to Battlefield V’s “slow” gameplay just two days prior to his more recent, scathing roast.

Dr Disrespect shot back by referencing Shroud’s near-fatal scooter accident, which resulted in a serious injury to the streamer’s elbow that required him to go straight into surgery.

According to Shroud’s friend and former CS:GO pro Just9n, Shroud had been riding his motorized scooter at max speed (around 55 mph) when he braked too hard, flying over the scooter’s handlebars in the process.

“He hit the brakes too hard, and he flew over the handlebars about 10 to 12 feet on to the asphalt,” Just9ne said of the incident. “He got a bunch of ‘road rash’ from about his hip down to the middle of his thigh, it’s all purple and blue, all fucked up.”

That’s not all; Just9ne likewise claimed that the accident could have been fatal for Shroud, as he “put a huge hole in his elbow” and “tore a ligament and removed a piece of the bone” from the limb.

“This man could have easily just died,” Just9ne continued. “I don’t know if you guys understand the severity of what I’m saying, but he could very literally just not be here with us right now, because of how serious this fall was.”

Despite Shroud’s grievous injuries, he’s already on the road to recovery, feeling well enough to jokingly flex on the Doc in light of his unfortunate predicament.

With Battlefield V providing a slew of hilarious moments between the streamers, fans can likely expect more humorous arguments from the two in the near future.

Among Us

Karl Jacobs beats Corpse, Dream & more in Mr Beast’s $100k Among Us game

Published: 5/Dec/2020 17:13

by Georgina Smith

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YouTuber Karl Jacobs received a whopping $100,000 from Mr Beast after winning a star studded Among Us game, beating creators like Corpse Husband, PewDiePie, Sykkuno, and Dream to the punch.

Among Us is tense at the best of times, but adding an enormous cash prize to the mix is guaranteed to add an extra layer of frustration to the equally loved and loathed cafeteria meetings.

And who better to shake things up than YouTube’s favorite philanthropist, Mr Beast a.k.a. Jimmy Donaldson. Jimmy is well known for putting friends and fans through bizarre challenges to win huge amounts of money.

Particularly since launching his gaming channel earlier this year, the star has been pitting viewers and often fellow creators against each other in games like Minecraft and Among Us.

Mr Beast holds his hands in the air next to the YouTube logo
YouTube: Mr Beast
Mr Beast has over 10 million subscribers on his gaming channel.

This time, Jimmy hosted a star-studded line up of players for an Among Us tournament, featuring the likes of rising stars Corpse Husband, Dream, and Sykkuno, along with classic fan favorites like PewDiePie and Jacksepticeye. All of them were in with a chance of winning $100,000.

The game was set to only have one imposter, meaning there was nowhere to hide for whoever ended up with the mischievous role.

Sykkuno was imposter the first time round, and even though he was caught in the act of killing someone by Corpse, it actually took a good few rounds for the other players to vote him out. Though as the game ended fairly early, Mr Beast let everyone have one more shot at victory.

Karl was the imposter for the second and final game, and the tension ramped up progressively throughout the game as he managed kill after kill without being voted off.

As the number of players dwindled, the vote offs began to get more dramatic, with Jimmy constantly reminding the crew that there was a huge pot of money on the line.

After a tense final few minutes where it wasn’t clear who would sway the game, eventually Karl was deemed the winner, and was overjoyed to have won the huge $100k prize.

The video had a great response from fans who loved the iconic mix of creators combined with the high stakes prize, and there’s no doubt that more content will be on the way from this team.