Twitch streamer Hitoshi ‘SmashGodXx’ Uechi appeared on Judge Judy after his live streamed date with Saisai Zhang went horribly wrong.
Back in 2018, Uechi was streaming his date with Zhang, but apparently she had no idea until his viewers starting making rude comments that she was being filmed.
Footage of the incident, including where Zhang alleged that SmashGodXx was kidnapping her, went viral on the popular video website WorldStarHipHop. Zhang was so upset over the encounter she wanted to take the streamer to the public courts, and opted for Judge Judy.
The case was filled with all sorts of bizarre moments in which the popular TV judge scolded Uechi for his comments and attitude.
For instance, early on, Uechi had to explain the concept of Twitch and Tinder to Judge Judy, and how he made money off the platform.
“And you live on this?” the judge asked. “I mean, I don’t live like you,” he responded for a chorus of laughs.
Eventually the conversation turned to when if ever Zhang was aware that she was being filmed, or if he ever told her his plan to broadcast their meetup.
“I said to her: ‘is it okay if I vlog on Twitch?’” the streamer explained, but confused the TV star who had no idea what ‘vlogging’ was. The judge then asked the plaintiff if she knew what Uechi was talking about and she claimed to have no idea either.
“It’s a 20th century thing,” SmashGod responded only to be slammed by Judge Judy once more for getting the date wrong. “The 20th century they used horse carts,” she mocked even getting a chuckle out of the bailiff.
As the case continued, the TV host summed what was so upsetting to Saisai Zhang. “While she was being filmed in your car, the morons who have nothing better to do in their life like get a job and work, they had nothing better to do than bully your date.”
After watching a video of the incident, Judge Judy had made up her mind. “You’re an idiot,” she told him. “Pay as much attention to what I’m saying to you as you did to match your tie to your hair,” Judy blasted the green-haired streamer.
“You streamed your date and proudly acknowledged you had 94 people watching and commenting on her,” she went on. Despite SmashGod’s attempts to say the camera was more focused on him, the Judge simply responded by saying he was narcissistic.
In the end, SmashGodXx lost the case and had to pay Zhang $5,000. Hopefully in the future he makes it very clear to people that he’s filming them before broadcasting.