The story that’s currently shaking the whole Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ community. Imagine or not, one of the most famous twitch streamers, DrDisrespect, who’s known because of his funny and crazy attitude, got banned by a Bluehole developer because of an intentional team kill. DrDisrespect decided to take this conversation to the next level, diving into a big and kinda rude argument with Brendan “Playerunknown” Greene.
As much as it sounds funny, this is very real and kind of scary for all twitch streamers who play PUBG. You do not want to mess around with Playerunknown. “In my house, you follow the rules, or you GTFO!” That’s exactly what Brendan Greene has twitted to DrDisrespect. Below you can see a part of the conversation between them.
If I could do the splits I'd roundhouse kick you in the neck.
But since I can't, I'll just front kick you in the chest instead.
— Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) July 18, 2017
What exactly happened and how DrDisrespect involved himself into such a deep trouble? Well, below you can find the video of DrDisrespect killing a teammate, which apparently resulted in a ban faster than he expected.
Big thanks to notchocheese1234 for the clipped video on twitch. So, apparently, the reason for team killing a teammate was over insufficient seats in the vehicle, which is also funny and not understandable at all. The guy that was killed has been matched with DrDisrespect by default, and never met nor knew each other before. The video was clipped on Grimmmz’s channel.
So, Brendan Greene has stepped up to another level, explaining what actually happened between him and DrDisrespect in a longer version, trying to take the story on his side.
Now, DrDisrespect is having fun streaming the beta version of Destiny 2, but what’s going to happen when the beta is over? Apparently, DrDisrespect’s ban from Playerunknown is temporary, which means he might be unbanned soon. But, what remains to be seen is the upcoming events between these two famous faces. The salt is real, as Brendan “Playerunknown” Greene seems to have the upper hand, while DrDisrespect enjoys his threatening tweets.
To make this story even saltier, Pewdiepie has jumped into the conversation saying: “shocked and appalled that dr disrespect decided to use violence as a threat.. he must’ve played one too many of those violent video games.”
So after this event, avoid messing around with Playerunknown, because the ban might be knocking on your door sooner than you think. Rumors circulate as people think that this is scripted in order to boost Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ popularity, while others think that it’s real. However, we’re curious to know the impact of this event on the whole PUBG’s community. Everyone is going nuts so far which is a good reason for monitoring this furthermore, so stay tuned for more info!