Dr DisRespect Roasts PUBG Creator - "You're not a gamer" - Dexerto
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Dr DisRespect Roasts PUBG Creator – “You’re not a gamer”

Published: 14/Aug/2018 8:51

by Calum Patterson

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Twitch streamer and avid PUBG player Dr DisRespect reacted to a recent video with the creative director of the game, Brendan Greene, and was characteristically ‘disrespectful.’

Despite putting countless hours on stream into PUBG, Dr DisRespect has somewhat of a love hate relationship with it, having raged, uninstalled and hit out and the developers plenty of times.

But it remains his game of choice for the majority of his live streams, even with all of its flaws, which he likes to regularly remind Bluehole Entertainment of.

Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene did a video with WIRED recently where he answered questions about the game and some of its issues from players on Twitter, and the Doc made sure to tune in.

After Greene admits on the first question that he isn’t a very good player himself but didn’t know why, Dr DisRespect was obliged to explain for him.

“It’s because you’re not a gamer. You’re still living in PACMAN city, look at your shirt. The sleeves are too high, this angle of sleeves, never liked it.”

Greene goes on to recommend that bad players “keep playing, find bushes and love it”, and this truly incensed the Doc.

“And that’s why the game plays at a pathetic pace. Hey Brendan, did you see the last game I was just in? Did you see that last game? That’s your playerbase!”

Dr DisRespect didn’t stop there either, as Brendan moved on to the next question, this time about vehicle physics, specifically vehicles flipping to easily. Greene says that he is ‘proud’ of the game’s vehicle physics – but the Doc disagrees.

“They get me from point A to point B in the most unathletic, pathetic way I’ve ever experienced in video gaming history.”

Greene’s video goes on for around another ten minutes, but the Doc was distracted and didn’t finish it, so the PUBG creator was spared anymore of his ruthless tirade.

Despite his complaints, Dr DisRespect has continued to play PUBG for over a year consistently, still clearly his game of choice in the battle royale genre, but with so many new BR’s coming soon, he may be moving on soon.

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Charli D’Amelio targeted by trolls who hacked her Spotify account

Published: 25/Oct/2020 11:42

by Connor Bennett

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TikTok star Charli D’Amelio had her Spotify account hacked as a number of playlist names were used to troll her.

A number of new online stars have been born out of TikTok, but there’s none more popular than Charli D’Amelio. The 16-year-old is by far and away the most followed TikToker around, and has grown her followings elsewhere on social media.

However, just like anyone with a big following on the internet, she has become a target for hackers trying to get into her different social media accounts. 

Previously, she had her VSCO account hacked and even deleted her Instagram briefly, but this time, trolls successfully turned their attention onto her Spotify account and left some interestingly named playlists.

YouTube: Charli D'Amelio
Charli is by and far away the most popular TikToker.

The TikTok star flagged that her Spotify account had been hacked late in the day on October 25, asking her Twitter followers why the hack had happened. Though, she didn’t get any real answers on that.

Instead, her replies were filled with pictures from fans showing that they could see the new playlist names that had cropped under her account.

These included ones like ‘HACKED LMAOOO’ that bragged of the hack, while others like ‘I LOVE BRYCE HALL, ‘hacked by lilhuddy XOXO,’ and ‘ADDISON RAE IS THE BEST X’ took a few shots at her personal life. Though, there were also political messages like ‘BIDEN 2020.’

The playlists weren’t live for too long, however, as they’ve since been deleted. Charli’s account now only shows her playlists that were there before the hack.

Seeing as Charli managed to get things sorted, she’s likely changed her password but given that hackers have been able to get into her Spotify account, some might decide to take it further and get into her Twitter or TikTok profile. So, she might have to be on high alert moving forward.