During his February 19 broadcast, Twitch star Felix 'xQc' Lengyel hit out at content creators who say they can't upload because they are too busy. The Overwatch pro roasted them as being "lazy" in an epic rant.
xQc is one of the most subscribed personalities on Twitch, as viewers tune in to watch the Canadian's entertaining variety broadcasts which are often filled with explosive rants.
However during his latest stream, the Overwatch pro took issue with YouTubers who say they are too "busy" to upload. The streamer called them "excuses" and was not having it at all.
xQc unloads on "lazy" content creators
The Twitch star decided to react to an upload by a YouTuber Elsy Guevara titled "The Truth" where she explained that she hasn't uploaded in over three months due to being pregnant. However, the streamer quickly paused the video and went off.
"I'll tell you how it is. This will be harsh, but it's the truth. If you are a content creator, someone who makes videos for a living. You can be going through a lot of things, but saying you are too busy because of those things, and there is too much going on that you can't upload F**K OFF!" he yelled.
Continuing his rant, the Canadian repeated "F**K OFF!" before exclaiming "it's the stupidest sh*t I've ever heard. These people, I'm sorry. They're LAZY! Absolute lazy andys!"
The Overwatch pro then called these kind of videos "excuses" and said, "You can say as much as you want, dude, on how much it takes to do a two minute video. You're just f**king lazy. STOP! I hate excuse videos, man!"
He then continued, "Just don't make videos, dude, because you're not motivated. You're not able to produce content. Whatever, dude. I hate it!" he raged.
The Twitch streamer then curiously clicked on the YouTuber's upload tab and exclaimed "Jesus, man. Jesus. Holy dude. Chat, five videos!" as he noticed her channel only had a handful of videos.
Whether you agree with him or not, xQc is one of the top streamers in the industry right now. The Canadian went from the Overwatch pro scene to building up his channel with variety broadcasts.
As of the time of this article, he's amassed over two million followers and consistently pulls in 25k viewers every time he goes live, making him one of the most watched on the platform.