One of the biggest news around in the past few weeks or so is Dr DisRespect and his timeline. The Two-Time was banned from the streaming platform Twitch without notice and that shocked the whole community. However, he finally broke his silence with an interview and a post on his Twitter and YouTube accounts. Now, he looks to be teasing his eventual return to streaming.
Dr DisRespect was permanently banned from Twitch on June 26th, 2020. Following a period of silence, he addressed his Champions Club stating that Twitch had not updated him with a reason behind the ban.
In an exclusive interview with the Washington Post, Doc expressed how shocked he was.
“Honestly, we just don’t know. It was a total shock. Imagine showing up to work and the doors are closed and you can’t get inside…What’s going on?’ And you’ve been told you’ve been fired. But you haven’t been told the reason why. We just weren’t given an answer. … It was the worst feeling.”
Dr DisRespect leaves a message on Discord
Days later, Doc left a cryptic message on his Twitter handle, with the song Alleyways playing in the background. The same clip was then uploaded on his YouTube channel as well. Many suspected it to be a teaser of sorts for his impending return to streaming.
After 4 years, Dr DisRespect has now made his return to his Champions Club Discord. One of his top moderators from the Discord group, L4YER CAK3 reposted an old status of Dr DisRespect that has just “fueled” things up. This was taken notice by Zach Bussey on Twitter.
“The engine is roaring… and we just fueled up. Think about it.” – Dr DisRespect.
L4YER CAK3 (an important figure + top mod in Doc's community) just posted this message in the Dr Disrespect Discord… It's clearly a screenshot of an old quote that's being reposted.
Doc streaming again soon? pic.twitter.com/BddTbWYL4S
— Zach Bussey (@zachbussey) July 22, 2020
He could be returning to streaming soon. There is no chance he’d return to Twitch ever as confirmed by him. So, YouTube could be his big platform. The chances of Facebook Gaming striking a deal is very thin at the moment.
Ninja and Doc teaming up or bluff?
Talking about Facebook Gaming, a streamer who reportedly declined a multi-million dollar deal with them is Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Many have come up with theories saying Doc and Ninja are planning something big. To add fuel to fire, the domain “drdisrespect.com” now redirects to Team Ninja’s website. The whole thing is a bit weird to digest with the aforementioned domain having been purchased back in 2016. Whoever did it might be looking at it just as a troll or something big might just be headed our way.