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Dr Disrespect breaks character after COD player insults his mum

Dr Disrespect breaks character after COD player insults his mum

His teammates were similarly stunned.

Herschel ‘Dr Disrespect’ Beahm IV is famous for his over the top persona that will eviscerate anyone who dares threaten his gaming dominance. Yet, there was one moment in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II that caused a crack in the facade.

Dr Disrespect hit the headlines after his ban from Twitch in 2020 however the streamer's career hasn't faltered as a result of the controversy. It's the opposite - Dr Disrespect's ostensible disposition to offer developers an earful for their "atrocious" games against his own wins him fans time and time again.

Recently, he was playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, however viewers were surprised to see their favourite at a loss for words following an insult from an enemy player.

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Per Dexerto, the Modern Warfare II stream last week saw Dr Disrespect, TimTheTatman, ZLaner and CouRage team up to take on the game's ranked mode. Trash talking is a staple of any Call of Duty experience, yet it is rare to see the streamer so affected by the throwaway statement of the enemy player.

“Hey Dr Disrespect, your mom’s a b*tch,” said the player, and as the game was over, no one was able to actually offer any sort of a counter. TimTheTatman, ZLaner, and CouRage were similarly stunned. Rather than triggering a heated tirade, Dr Disrespect suppressed a smile and commented: “That’s the one that got me, that’s the one that got me.”

Following a short break, the streamer was back scoffing at Modern Warfare II and how bad a game it is, in spite of sinking hours and hours of his time into it. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Featured Image Credit: Dr Disrespect via YouTube

Topics: Youtube, Call Of Duty