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KEEMSTAR deletes replies after firing shots at major esports organization

by Brad Norton

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Drama Alert host Daniel 'KEEMSTAR' Keem fired shots at the newly minted NRG Esports co-CEO Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez before subsequently deleting the conversation.

One of the most popular shows in YouTube history, Drama Alert has been off the air for over a week as host KEEMSTAR had been working behind the scenes to spice up the production.

Finally giving a glimpse of the newly redesigned studio, former OpTic Gaming CEO H3CZ shared his feelings which led to a fiery and now-deleted response from the host of the Drama-based news show.

In an October 8 Tweet, the host of the hugely popular YouTube series Drama Alert, showed off a brand new set design.

With a massive Drama Alert logo plastered on the desk, and a fully stocked refrigerator in the background, Keem took the time to thank his sponsor G Fuel Energy for providing the fresh setup.

The point of contention in the post came from the graffiti-inspired lettering on the front of the desk, repeating the title of the show and the name of the host multiple times in various fonts and styles.

With a background in street art, now co-CEO of NRG, Hecz, called out the “tagger letters” on the front of the brand new Drama Alert desk. This instigated a minor Twitter spat between the esports icon and the drama-centric YouTube personality.

“Next time call your boy,” he concluded, evidently highlighting his lack of approval for the attempt at capturing a street-style vibe. 

Before long, Keem had replied with an unruly call-out of his own, stating in a since-deleted post that “NRG is eeeek” and retorting in kind with “next time call your boy.” 

Following the recent sale of OpTic Gaming parent company Infinite Esports & Entertainment to Immortals Gaming Club, H3CZ announced his new position as co-CEO at NRG, which evidently is not an organization that KEEMSTAR appears all too fond of based on his comment.

Twitter: KEEMSTAR
Twitter: KEEMSTAR
The insult directed towards NRG that has since been deleted.

Keemstar is all too familiar with instigating controversy and being at the forefront of major YouTube-related drama.

This most recent bout of controversy taking aim at the entire NRG organization was certainly uncalled for and evidently in bad taste as the popular YouTuber quickly removed any trace of his follow-up Tweet.

Disclaimer: Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez is a minority shareholder in Dexerto Ltd.