Streaming star Dr Disrespect exploded on a viewer who accused him of not thanking his Twitch donations, and explained why it's "impossible" for popular streamers to thank everyone.
Dr Disrespect is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, with his movie-quality level production and over-the-top 80's action hero persona making him must-watch entertainment on the streaming platform.
However, the Two-Time was furious when a critic on Twitter accused him of not thanking fans who donate to him, and explained why it's impossible to acknowledge everyone in an explosive rant.
Dr Disrespect hits out at critic over not thanking donations
During his December 16 broadcast, Doc addressed criticism he had read from a Twitter user who claimed she had witnessed him not thanking donations during a previous stream.
"I was on Doctor's channel and someone subscribed, and he didn't even thank them. It's just so corny and despicable, some of these top streamers don't thank their community" he said, mocking the individual's comments.
After a pause, the 37-year-old finally exclaimed, "She's right. I should probably change that huh?" before he began to read off multiple donations and thanked them.
"I really do appreciate the support ladies and gentleman" he said, as he continued to thank every single individual donation that came in back-to-back.
"I'm already fifty seconds into just saying this stuff and I've only gotten to 5 people. When thousands and thousands have subscribed, but we'll continue on," Doc stated, as he continued to read more donations.
It didn't take long before the streamer exploded, though. "How much do I sound like a goddamn f**king robot?!" he asked, hammering home the point that it would take forever if he thanked everyone. "These people are so stupid!"
Dr Disrespect continues to be the top streamer on Twitch with over 3.8 million followers as of the time of this article. The popular entertainer even won 'Streamer of the Year' at the 2019 Esports Awards.
On December 6, he announced that he had signed a deal with The Walking Dead creators to produce a TV show about his iconic character, and on December 13 he even made a cameo on Jimmy Kimmel live, proving Doc continues to be a hot commodity.