The popular streamer, who declared himself as the greatest video gamer of all time after picking up solo wins in Battlefield V's Firestorm, PUBG and Call of Duty Blackout in under two hours, is still yet to venture into the world of roleplaying across Los Santos.
However, there's always a chance that - with increased demand from fans- that Doc's hand could be forced to give it a shot.
The Grand Theft Auto RP [roleplaying] craze has spread across Twitch like wildfire and many streamers have abandoned the games fans are used to seeing them play to get involved.
GTA RP is a multiplayer mod that allows players to carve out their own path and story in the game, interacting with other players and NPCs. For more information, feel free to scroll through our helpful guide to the popular mod.
Anyone that knows anything about Dr Disrespect will be aware that he's very much a battle royale game man at the moment. Whether it's playing Apex Legends, Battlefield V's Firestorm or even Fortnite, the Doc can more often than not be seen running from circle to circle.
However, while there's still an overwhelming backing from his cult following to continue down that path, some others have been asking about moving away from the first-person shooters and explore the world of roleplay.
Whether or not those questions are being met with answers that keep the hope alive, though, seems to be a different story.
The Two-Time has just flat out rejected the opportunity of GTA RP in the past, but when he was asked again during a stream on April 8, he did seem to have a good think about it - as seen above.
"I don't know what you guys are talking about," he said, addressing speculation from his chat that a new sheriff is coming to town. "I don't even have enough memory on my computer to install that game. That game has got to be about 400 gigs [GB]," he added.
As popularity continues to surge for GTA RP, Dr Disrespect has been asked about giving it a go on numerous occasions - as you would expect.
Yet, he couldn't be quicker to shoot the idea down time and time again.
Talking about the possibility of playing RP, Doc also revealed what type of character he would like to play and it's possibly not the role you would expect.
Whether or not we will see Dr Disrespect streaming GTA RP on his Twitch channel in the near future remains to be seen, but there's a chance - as mentioned earlier - that demand could sway his decision.
It's going to be tough for all of those 'chubby cheek' gamers running around Los Santos if he does arrive on the scene, though, especially if he sticks with the paperboy character idea he's already teased.