In June, Guy was banned from Beam Twitch for “Doctor Disrespect” and audiences still don’t know why. However, in a recent stream on YouTube, Two-Time suggested that the reason for his departure may be a salary issue. At the beginning of the stream, the doctor said the insult could not be discussed because of “a process we have to go through”. However, after receiving a donation from someone claiming to be “25 years of active duty master leadership”, Streamer decided to run a bit with the metaphor, casting himself in the role of Hollow’s hero.
“Imagine the Navy going there and leaving you. Then it brings in three new cadets. What do you know, they say, ‘Man, even though he’s going to become Master Chief, it’s a big, big salary.’
The initial comment of Dr. Insult suggests that Streamer may consider legal action against Twitch. This is not the first time Streamer has suggested this. He mentioned it earlier in an interview The ban took place a month later. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Streamer has long claimed that Twitch did not give a specific reason for the ban, but that claim seems questionable.
Prior to the ban, Doctor Disrespect was one of the biggest names in streaming. With a book deal along the way, And a TV series based on Dr. Disrespect, seemed to continue to grow at his pace. The idea that Twitch severed ties with him in order to bring in three incoming individuals seems somewhat unbelievable, especially given the size of some of the company. Recent signatures.
For now, it seems that the mystery of what happened between Doctor Insult and Twitch remains. It is clear that both sides have kept things quiet for legitimate reasons, and fans do not know exactly what caused the rift between the two. The whole thing is to see if it was really some kind of pay dispute.
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