As you will remember, during E3 2019, Dr. Disrespect was banned from Twitch because of a rather naive live performed inside a public bath of the structure, during which he had therefore taken back people unaware of what was happening, including some minors.
The forced stop period for the popular streamer lasted two weeks, and in fact, in recent days the Twitch channel of Dr. Disrespect is back online. The internet personality, as well as a great player of the Battle Royale, has returned to talk about the subject, finally asking for an excuse for the incident.
“While we were out filming at E3, we weren’t really thinking about the laws and the repercussions for shooting in a bathroom, because in all honesty, it just didn’t go through our mind. We went all-in with the live stream for “Capture the event with the eyes of the character. Unfortunately, we went further in the wrong areas, without thinking about the legality of the matter. On behalf of the Dr. Disrespect brand, I apologize for this.”
Guy Beahm, the streamer’s real name, then continued: “I’m really lucky to be considered an influential person in the entertainment field and believe me, I don’t take it for granted. This incident was a step backward, but like in all we learn things, we become stronger and we go on. If you follow the brand or me, I hope you continue to appreciate my vision of things “.
What do you think of his words?
I'd like to talk about Dr Disrespect's Twitch ban from E3.
— Guy Beahm (@GuyBeahm) July 1, 2019