DrDisrespect posts parody on Instagram stating he could go live "as soon as today"

Folks, the two-time champ may be making his return to live streaming “as soon as today,” according to a news report parody played on his Instagram just minutes ago. Already making its rounds across the internet, the parody video has many excited for the popular streamers first appearance since his sudden and shocking ban just on June 26th.


Guy Beahm as he’s known outside of his persona had been one of the most popular faces on Twitch for years. He wasn’t without controversy, however, as he certainly had his moments in the spotlight and they weren’t always good. He was banned in 2019 after electing to enter a bathroom during his own live stream as the Los Angeles Convention Center where E3 was taking place.

Since his ban on Twitch the doc has been mostly silent. He took to Twitter a day after the ban on the night of June 27th where he stated “Twitch has not notified me on the specific reason behind their decision” although that would be a matter of semantics and he could know why he’s banned without Twitch having told him.

From that point forward we’d gotten very little until he released a mysterious video just hours after several interviews were released. These were the first interviews conducted DrDisrespect since he was mysteriously banned from Twitch.

The video didn’t offer much, however, it was the first post on the docs account since his June 27th statement to the Champions Club as his fans are known.

Featuring DrDisrespects silhouette in a dark alley with a song playing with the lyrics, “It’s out my hands, but I’m still in control. It’s out my hands, you can never take away the power of my soul,” the video provides no new insight into why the doc was banned and what his future may be.

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