Dr Disrespect mocks viewers who still use ‘ForsenCD’ in his Twitch chat

Matt Porter
Dr Disrespect and the ForsenCD emote.

Dr Disrespect‘s rants are iconic, and a major part of why people tune into his streams in their thousands, and on January 23 it was a viewer who was on the receiving end of a classic Doc roast, taking aim at people who write ForsenCD in his chat.

Escape From Tarkov has captured the imaginations of a number of top creators around the world, and nobody has become as infatuated with the game as Dr Disrespect, streaming the game constantly and even hopping into raids with fellow streamers like Jaryd ‘Summit1g’, Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek, and Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel.

The tactical first-person shooter is notoriously difficult though, and while playing the game with his fellow streaming stars, The Doc spotted a comment from a user that clearly annoyed him, and led to a classic roast from the leader of the Champions Club.

Dr Disrespect streaming on Twitch
Dr Disrespect was not impressed when ForsenCD emotes started appearing in his chat.

Running through a Tarkov forest with gun in hand, Dr Disrespect glanced over at his chat, spying a donation from a viewer who claimed the streamer needed help to be successful in the game, before turning his attention to those who write “ForsenCD” in his chat, an emote that appeared on Twitch to make fun of The Doc’s personal life.

“Doc needs to be carried,” read The Doc in a squeaky voice, mocking the person who had sent him the $3. “So much for the two time!”

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Sticking his tongue out and pretending to laugh hysterically, the streamer repeated “ForsenCD” over and over again, sticking his tongue out more and more as he went on. “I said it! Anyone else want to say it with me? ForsenCD, we said it in chat, everyone say it right now!”

This isn’t the first time The Doc has shown his frustration at the emote, which was originally created to poke fun at the streamer after issues in his personal life became public back in 2018. He often ignores the emote, but sometimes can’t help but react, kicking a player from his Apex Legends lobby back in 2019 for using the name of the emote as his tag. The emote has since been removed from the platform by Twitch.

The streamer didn’t reference the donation again, but he clearly wasn’t impressed by the donator, using it to roast him and anyone who decides to use that emote on his Twitch channel.

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