xQc is known for his insane Overwatch skills as one of the best tanks in the hero-based shooter, and is popular on Twitch with his entertaining broadcasts often filled with his explosive rants and hilarious observations.
However, after a testy exchange with his chat in CSGO during his October 6 stream, the Canadian personality went off and turned the conversation into a rant explaining why we "need" bullying in schools.
After the Overwatch pro had become irritated by what some in chat were saying to him, he went off. “Same thing in school dude. Same thing as always. Talk shit, then someone says shut up retard!. And then you say "Oh my God bullying!”
He mocked the person in chat for talking trash, but not being able to handle it when someone dishes it back to them.
“ But no no no. That’s the reason we need bullying!” he continued, calling the player out for starting the exchange, but then crying foul when he clapped back. “It’s not that we just need it, it’s a requirement!"
Previous to his rant, the Twitch star had gotten into a back and forth with someone in his chat who had talked trash over his match. When he returned, the person in his chat called him toxic which sent xQc into a fuming rage.
“Oh, now I’m toxic? You can be toxic, and say some trash shit and discredit me. But when I tell you, I’m toxic. F**k you! You’re the reason toxic exists!” he said, unloading on the person. This then led him into his rant about bullying in schools.
While xQc can be known to spew some word salad, he essentially was arguing that people who are fine trash talking others, but then complain about those that respond back in a similar way, are why bullying is "needed."
Whether you agree with him or not, that is the logic to be made out to his over the top rant. It’s unclear if the person was banned from his channel, but the Canadian streamer was not happy.
Despite the heated moment, xQc is one of the most popular channels on Twitch, with over 1.6 million followers, and in the top five most subscribed channels on the streaming platform.
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