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Tyler1 mocks streamers who complain about their job being difficult

Published: 5/Mar/2019 16:40 Updated: 5/Mar/2019 16:55

by Matt Porter


Popular Twitch personality Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp has taken aim at fellow streamers who complain about their job being difficult.

Tyler1 is one of Twitch’s most popular stars, regularly pulling in thousands of viewers as he entertains his audience with his antics.

While many of Twitch’s top streamers play a variety of different games, Steinkamp has always been loyal to one game, League of Legends, and sticks to the battle arena game exclusively on his channel.

tyler1Tyler1 exclusively streams League of Legends on his channel.

Tyler1 continues to see success on Twitch, and on his Monday, February 4 stream, took aim at fellow streamers who make comments about the difficulty they find being a full-time content producer on the site.

Many cite long working hours and the challenge of actively engaging their audience while playing a game as a source of struggle. Steinkamp seems to have little sympathy for those who find it tough though, pretending to cry as he mocked those who complain.

“My life fucking blows dude,” said Steinkamp. “I have to play video games five days a week man. Then, people give me money, and I have to read the message they give with the money. I hate my life!”

While Tyler1 seems set to remain as a League of Legends streamer, fans and even other creators on the platform would enjoying seeing the American branch out to other games, including Dr Disrespect who stated he would love to see Steinkamp venture out to other games.

Whether he chooses to or not remains to be seen, but it’s certain that Steinkamp won’t be pressured into doing anything he isn’t interested in.


Joe Rogan questions Kanye’s “calling to be leader of the free world”

Published: 24/Oct/2020 21:09

by Bill Cooney


Kanye West sat down for one of the most anticipated interviews of the year on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he explained why he’s got a “calling to be the leader of the free world.”

Kanye West is most known for being a famous rapper and entrepreneureur, but the musician is also a top-level fashion designer, architect, and, of course, a 2020 presidential candidate.

While he first announced his political ambitions at the 2015 MTV Awards, West has now revealed that it actually started while he was in deep thought during a shower.

“It hit me in the shower, and when I first thought of it I just started like, laughing to myself,” Kanye said. “Some people in the music industry, some tech elites, they just took it as a joke. I remember running into Oprah like two days after that and she’s like ‘you don’t want to be president.’”

Timestamp at 3:59 for mobile viewers.

According to the rapper, despite Oprah’s doubts, the outcome of the 2016 United States presidential election further encouraged him to pursue the highest office in the land as a political outsider.

“I believe that my calling is to be the leader of the free world,” Kanye told Rogan, dead serious. “If it’s in God’s plan that part of my path is to be the governor [of California] first, then that’s fine, but my calling is to be the leader of the free world.”

Rogan was definitely intrigued by what Ye referred to as his “calling,” but thoroughly questioned what the star would really change or be different than politicians before him.

“So when you say this, when you say your calling is to be the leader of the free world, what does that mean to you?” the host replied. “What would be different about the way you would handle things if that’s your plan, why is that your calling? Like, what would you do as the leader of the free world?”

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Kanye might not be on the ballot in every state, but that’s not going to stop him from running.

“There couldn’t be a better time to put a visionary in the captain’s chair,” Kanye argued back, in one of his more memorable quotes from the show. “I manifest, I see things, I’m a great leader because I listen, and I’m empathetic, I feel the entire Earth, and I feel us as a species, as the human race.”

The interview is a marathon at just under three hours long all stemming from this initial exchange, so if you want to hear the Yeezy founder talk all about his plans, ideas, and visions for the future, all along with what he would do as the leader of the free world, there is plenty here to go off of.

After initially canceling the interview because a member of his staff fell ill, Rogan and West managed to reschedule and it’s a good thing they did because after watching this, it definitely feels like we’ve been granted a very rare look inside the mind of Kanye like never before.