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Entertainment • Apr 04, 2019

Dr Disrespect questions TimTheTatman's motives for buying Fortnite player's new PC

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Dr Disrespect questions TimTheTatman's motives for buying Fortnite player's new PC
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Dr Disrespect has questioned just how genuine Tim 'TimTheTatman' Betar was being with his most recent shocking donation to another player, mocking his fellow Twitch streamer. 

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After being paired up with a young player, Brady, in the popular battle royale game on April 3 and playing a few games together, Tim amazed the young Fortnite fan when he offered to buy him a brand new computer.

However, despite the generosity, when Dr Disrespect heard the news, he couldn’t help but pull off one of his vintage impressions to throw shade at him for it. 

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TimTheTatman offered to make a significant donation to a young Fortnite player on April 3.

It all started when a donation appeared during the Doc’s April 3 stream. “Did you see that TimTheTatman’s bought a kid a computer that he met in a random Duos match? What a guy!” it said.

If you were expecting Dr Disrespect to react positively, though, think again. The Two-Time joked that not only will TimTheTatman have not bought the PC, but suggests it was all a plan to increase his popularity, instead.

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“No, he did not buy this kid a computer,” the Two-Time said, before jumping right into character to impersonate a phone call between Tim and his sponsors.

“Yeah, I need a connection,” he continued. “Make me look really good and then I’ll tweet it out, and then I’ll tell my chat to tweet it out so it gets way more likes and retweets. Yeah, that will really make me look like a good guy.”

Tim followed the Fortnite player, bradyzlol, on Twitter, claiming that he would like to speak to the kid’s dad about donating an extra $500 to bump up his budget for a new computer to $1000.

Whether or not Dr Disrespect actually thinks that the donation might not be genuine is unknown, but you would have to presume that he’s just trying to get under some peoples’ skin. He’s mastered that art over the years.

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