Call of Duty CS:GO Fortnite Battle Royale League of Legends Overwatch Apex Entertainment FIFA Dota2 Smash PUBG Gaming Dexerto TV About Contact
 
Entertainment • Apr 21, 2019

Shroud gets ambushed by CJ from GTA San Andreas stream sniper in PUBG

Shares
Shroud gets ambushed by CJ from GTA San Andreas stream sniper in PUBG
HTXT/Twitch:Shroud

Twitch superstar, Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek, received a surprise visit on stream from a popular Grand Theft Auto character while playing PUBG.

Advertisement

The former CS:GO professional has been playing a wide variety of games on his channel such as Escape from Tarkov and ANNO 1800 as he continues his recovery from elbow surgery following his scooter accident.

Since returning to streaming, shroud has once again been playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds rather than Apex Legends and during his April 20 stream, encountered a very familiar face from another popular game after dropping into the map.

PUBG
shroud has enjoyed great success while streaming PUBG.

Advertisement

Shroud comes face to face with CJ

While scoping for potential enemies, the ever-aware shroud heard footsteps to his right and instantly reacted only to be greeted by a character with a striking resemblance to Carl Johnson from Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.

Timed to perfection, the player used his voice chat to play the San Andreas theme song for shroud while busting out some dance moves and the streamer was unable to contain his laughter which ultimately cost him his life.

Shroud instantly recognized the meme and praised the efforts of the stream sniper for creating a hilarious moment for him and his Twitch chat.

Advertisement

“Ah shit, here we go again” meme

GTA V San Andreas has risen to prominence in recent weeks after many memes have gone viral on social media from the memorable starting scene where CJ is seen walking away from the cops while stating “ah shit, here we go again.”

The player was able to take advantage of the many new features added to PUBG in recent months such as emoting and improved character customisation meaning it may not be the first time we see recognisable faces in-game in the near future.

Read more about:
Shroud