Dr Disrespect takes mid-game break to send “dearest” Shroud a message

David Purcell

Dr Disrespect has called out Michael ‘shroud‘ Grzesiek in just about every way possible on his Twitch channel, but he’s now decided to send a message to his fellow streamer with a very different tone. 

The popular internet personality, who was seen at Game Two of the NBA Finals broadcast in full costume on June 2, decided to reach out to the ‘human aimbot’ during his June 5 stream. 

After being told by members of his chat that shroud was looking to play with him and was expecting a message to get things started between the pair, the Two-Time put his Ring of Elysium game on hold to respond. 

Tencent GamesDr Disrespect took a moment away from his Ring of Elysium game to respond to shroud.

When he first started to type, there were only 21 players left running around the map, but by the time he finished, there were only 19. 

Typing almost as slow as somebody using a typewriter for the first time, the Doc walked his viewers through every detail of what he was writing. 

“Shroud, my dearest,” Dr Disrespect started, typing away in the background. “I would like to play a few video games. This afternoon, there is an opportunity to do so on Twitch dot TV.”

He added: “Feel free to message me at any time, or if you would like to get ahold of me, reach out to my agent. There.” 

The self-professed best video gamer in the world completely dropped talk of playing with shroud straight after the ‘letter’ was sent, turning his attention to the task at hand.

With just nine players alive, as well as constant messages rolling in the chat about shroud and Dr Disrespect coming together to play on stream, he hopped onto a bike to move around the map. 

Yet, he was eliminated from long range by another player – calling the whole thing a “waste of time” soon after. 

After putting their rivalry to one side, both high profile streamers linked up later in the stream, hopped onto Battalion 1994 and picked up a victory instantly. So, that message was definitely worth the effort. 

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