Summit1g hits back at his Twitch chat after they roast him for raging

Published: 22/Mar/2020 11:19 Updated: 22/Mar/2020 11:21

by Connor Bennett


Streaming star Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar took aim at his Twitch chat and the wider internet after they tried to roast him for getting pretty frustrated with Call of Duty: Warzone. 

As one of the most popular variety streamers on Twitch, Summit can regularly be found taking his gaming prowess across a different number of games. Yet, he usually sticks to first-person shooters in order to show off his skills.

Though he is a pretty talented player (when he isn’t dousing himself in fire anyway), the streamer is just like everybody else – getting wound up when he loses and annoyed by things he’d like to see changed.

Summit1g - TwitchSummit isn’t afraid of a bit of banter with his Twitch viewers.

That was no different during his March 21 stream as the leader of the 1G Squad found himself back in the Warzone pre-game lobby after losing out to an enemy in the Gulag. As some of his viewers told him to calm down and simply ‘get good,’ the streamer took a few shots at them. 

“I’m not mad, I’m just speaking out dude. I’m playing still. And yeah, I get mad after I die and s**t sometimes, why are you pretending that you don’t motherf**ker? Why are you acting like you’re a saint over there on your side of the internet?” Summit said as he dropped into another match. 

“Why are you acting like you’re in front of your computer and no video game has ever made you mad – get the f**k out of here. Why does everyone think they’re special on Twitch chat and the interwebs? You guys aren’t any f**king different,” he added. “You’ve yelled at your monitor just the f**king same in the same degenerate ways. So, stop acting like you’re special and s**t by typing ‘you mad’ in the chat.” 

As his chat continued to mock him for getting frustrated, Summit again took aim at them. “So, I don’t want to f**king hear it Twitch chat about how you guys are the saints of the gaming world, there are no mistakes, you’re the best and everyone else sucks. Get the f**k out of here!” he quipped. 

The popular streamer even took shots at how his viewers had probably been stuck in “silver and gold” ranks for their gaming careers and still had no clue on how to level up and become better. “Don’t act you’re better than everyone else on the internet, you know your ass ain’t,” he added.

However, Summit didn’t get let things go there and continued his PSA for a further few jabs. “They portray a different person on the internet, that’s what people are doing,” he added. “They’re completely different, like, they see themselves on the internet as Joe Mon-motherf**king-Tana dude, they’re the greatest.”

Though, he noted that if his viewers were half as good as they claimed to be, they’d have been noticed by now and dominated leaderboards – but that hasn’t happened because “you just suck huge Weiner, ok.” 

With that, Summit’s public service announcement was over and he continued on with his match for a few more minutes, trying to prove his point. 

Yet, he couldn’t exactly pick up the win and died a few moments later – leaving his viewers to playfully roast him once more.


Charli D’Amelio slams “hurtful” rumors that her parents force her to post online

Published: 18/Jan/2021 22:29

by Virginia Glaze


As the current queen of TikTok, Charli D’Amelio is no stranger to being swept up in internet drama — but a recent rumor involving her family has caused the star to lash out in a series of social media posts.

Charli D’Amelio is TikTok’s most-followed content creator. Boasting over 106 million fans on the viral video app, Charli saw a huge surge in growth throughout 2020, acquiring her own makeup line and even scoring a partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts, among other accomplishments.

With great internet fame comes great… drama, apparently, as the youngest D’Amelio sibling also found herself in a slew of “scandals” last year — and the turmoil isn’t over yet, as the New Year seems to be kicking off with a disturbing rumor regarding Charli’s parents.

The rumor itself, circulating online via comments on Instagram tea pages and TikTok fan accounts, alleges that Charli is unhappy being an influencer and is “forced” to post TikToks by her parents to keep up with their elevated lifestyle.

Charli D'Amelio hits back at rumors
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The D’Amelio family have been a source of near-constant rumors and speculation among fans ever since Charli and Dixie’s rise to fame.

However, Charli has vehemently denied these claims, as told in a series of biting comments via TikTok on January 18, 2021.

“I am so fortunate to have such amazing parents, and when people spread fake, hurtful and false rumors about my family, I have to put my foot down,” she began.

“I have an amazing dad and family who have never hurt or taken advantage of me, ever. Please stop spreading these lies. If I am not in the mood to post, I don’t. No one is forcing me. My parents care about my mental health more than anything.”

It seems that Charli’s reply has been met with mixed reviews among critics, who claim that the star is avoiding responsibility for a recent Bahamas vacation — but this is far from the first time the D’Amelio’s have had to address similar rumors that spiraled out of control.

Last year, Dixie released a comparable response after fans claimed that her parents treated her poorly and “worse” than her younger sister, with YouTube drama channels pointing out moments in family videos where the eldest D’Amelio sibling was being teased.

Dixie D'Amelio tiktok comments
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Dixie was very blunt with those making accusations of her parents’ alleged favoritism.

Luckily, both stars shut down the rumors quickly and brutally — although there’s no telling what other theories fans are bound to come up with in the future.