Dr. Disrespect is no stranger to beefing with AAA studios. He’s not alone in his criticism of Call of Duty publisher, Activision Blizzard, but seems to be the one who gets the most repercussions for it.
Recently, the Doc came clean about why he was blacklisted from Call of Duty events, citing his criticism of the game. Of course, he’s only one of the huge number of CoD streamers who trash-talk the game.
During a recent stream, D. Disrespect noted that, while he wasn’t invited to the Call of Duty showcase event, Activision did invite a hacker.
The Nadia situation
If you haven’t been following the recent Call of Duty drama, then you may not know about Nadia – an up-and-coming female streamer who has been popping off lately.
She has even gone so far as to call herself the best Warzone player on the internet. Fellow creators like FaZe Swagg have collaborated with her, but a large portion of the community is more suspicious.
There are several suspicious clips of Nadia out there, but this one seems to be the most damning. You can see her reticle instantly snap onto a downed opponent as they lag backward – a rare site in general, but even rarer for controller players.
Nadia claimed that this is a “frame glitch” in an interview with Jake Lucky, who did his best not to press her too hard on the allegations.
Still, the bulk of the Call of Duty scene isn’t buying it.
Even the likes of NickMercs have made some suggestive comments about her – referencing people who pop off online and fall flat at LAN.
Dr. Disrespect will be watching
Censor, a former CoD pro, has announced that he’ll be creating “the most credible” Nadia cheating video on the internet.
Dr. Disrespect touched on this in his recent stream as well, saying that Censor doesn’t seem like the person who would do something like this for clout.
In Doc’s opinion, Censor’s motivation is to rid the game of hackers.
The exposé is supposed to happen tonight, so we’ll be watching right there with Doc on the big screen.