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Nadeshot says there’s “no way” Dr Disrespect is clueless on Twitch ban

Published: 15/Aug/2020 10:26 Updated: 15/Aug/2020 20:09

by Andy Williams


100 Thieves CEO, Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag, has explained why he believes there’s more to Dr Disrespect’s Twitch ban than meets the eye.

Arguably the most controversial moment in Twitch history, Dr Disrespect’s permanent ban from Amazon’s streaming platform had a ripple effect throughout the whole entertainment industry.

The Doc’s final Twitch stream left plenty speculating the reason behind his ban, with some breaking down the footage frame-by-frame to get a better understanding of what led to The Two-Time’s nigh-on immediate axe.

Almost two months on from when Twitch dished out the ban, Nadeshot has opened up on why he believes there’s “no way” the Doc and his team don’t know the reason behind his ban.

Dr Disrespect on YouTube.
Dr Disrespect (YouTube)
The Doc’s ban amassed interest from people outside of the realm of gaming.

Speaking with Logan Paul and Mike Majlak on episode 208 of Impaulsive, Haag shed some light on the matter. “I just think there’s no way you sign a multi-million dollar deal with Twitch — on a multi-year term — and they ban you, and your legal counsel doesn’t know why… There’s no way that there’s just no communication.”

Nadeshot continued to imply that the issue at the heart of the ban must have legal implications, which is why all parties have remained tight-lipped to this day.

“In my mind, it has to have major legal implications, because you can’t just [renegotiate] on a deal like that. You have to be able to at least give some sort of explanation… So I think everyone is NDA’d right now.”

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Paul then prompted the 100 Thieves CEO in a bid to determine “what could be so catastrophic that also stays in the dark,” to which Nadeshot explained that he couldn’t speculate simply because he (among everyone else) has no idea.

Majlak and Haag subsequently ruled out that a breach of Twitch’s Terms of Service couldn’t be the sole reasoning behind Doc’s ban, simply based on the fact that he generated so much revenue on the platform.

After speculating on Twitch’s rationale, the trio then touched on the success of the Doc’s YouTube return stream, with his ‘teaser stream’ alone garnering the eyes of over 300,000 viewers.


Addison Rae blasts Ava Louise for publicly flirting with Bryce Hall

Published: 17/Jan/2021 22:22

by Charlotte Colombo


After TikTok star Ava Louise appeared to publicly shoot her shot with Bryce Hall over on Instagram, his girlfriend Addison Rae made sure to mark her territory with some loved-up snaps.

TikToker Ava Louise has been making waves on social media today after a series of bizarre posts, with several of them appearing to be aimed at Sway House member and fellow TikTok star Bryce Hall.

Being sure to tag Bryce Hall, Ava Louise appeared to share a series of sexually explicit messages directed towards the influencer, telling Hall that she “wanted to have sex” with him, “didn’t care” that he had a girlfriend and even hinting that she DM’d him explicit material from her OnlyFans account.

It appears that Addison Rae got wind of the flirty posts, and while she didn’t comment on the situation directly, she jokingly posted a photo of herself hugging a grinning Hall while she pouted. Seemingly making sure Ava knew where Hall stood, she captioned the photo as “mine.” As well as commenting on Rae’s photo affirming that she’s his “baby forever”, Hall posted a photo of the two of his own around the same time.


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However, even this didn’t seem to deter Ava, as she commented on Rae’s post offering to “share” Hall, remarking that she thinks Addison is “hot” too.

With drama page TikTok Room updating fans on the situation, it didn’t take long for celebrity columnist Perez Hilton to weigh in on the situation, as he suggested that Ava Louise was “a better fit” for Hall than Rae was.

This in turn attracted the attention of Bryce Hall’s mom, Leah Hall, who was quick to call out Hilton for his comment by asking him: “Why would you say that?”.

Given the bizarre nature of the messages Ava was sharing, fans began to suspect that her Instagram account had been hacked. As well as posting about Bryce Hall, the account also referred to other TikTok stars like Tony Lopez and Dixie D’Amelio.

As well as joking that Tony Lopez had “blocked her because she was over the age of consent,” Ava also appeared to proposition Dixie D’Amelio. Tagging D’Amelio in her Instagram story, Ava said that she knew Dixie “played for the other team” and made an explicit proposition to her.

While Ava appeared to rebuke claims that she had been hacked – saying in an Instagram comment that she was “not hacked, just h***y” – fans remain unconvinced.