Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss is one of the competitive Call of Duty community’s favorite personalities but now that he’s retired he has more time to concentrate on other games… like Scribble.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like he’ll be adding a Scribble World Championship to his Call of Duty World Championship any time soon!
In a hilarious video shared by Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler on Twitter, KiLLa’s knowledge of fruit and veg was called into serious question.
Ladies and gentlemen I present to you, Adam "Killa" Sloss playing scribble. pic.twitter.com/FG9SqhuIwr— Anthony Wheeler (@NAMELESS) July 23, 2018
KiLLa is aware that the drawing he needs to quess is a pineapple, but can’t quite get his head around how to spell it.
He ends up with “pinapple” which sends NAMELESS and the rest of the chat into hysterics as he says “yo lowkey though, I did know how to spell that, I don’t know why I said that”.
Scribble.io is basically an online version of pictionary - one player is given something to draw while the other players have to guess what it is. When the group playing it includes KiLLa and NAMELESS, hilarity is almost guaranteed to follow.
There’s just something infectious about KiLLa that makes him a comedy goldmine and he’s been that way for as long as most competitive CoD fans have followed the scene.
Unfortunately the 2013 World Champion struggled to repeat his past success in recent titles and was suspended from CWL and MLG competition for a year in April of 2018.
After his suspension, the veteran player decided to officially retire from competitive Call of Duty, much to the disappointment of his loyal fan base.
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