Twitch streamer Dr DisRespect, also known as gamer Guy Beahm, was forced to end a show while playing Call of Duty after informing his audience that someone had fired an actual gun at his House.
Best known for playing PUBG, or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Guy ‘Dr DisRespect’ Beahm took off his wig and sunglasses, broke the character, and left the stream after the shot attempt, only to return moments later for To say it was the second time in a week this had happened.
He is seen leaving his post after hearing a noise and declaring that “someone shot at our house”. I broke the fucking window upstairs. This is the second show. Someone shot in our fucking house yesterday.
Twitch streamer Dr DisRespect was forced to end a show while playing Call of Duty
Who is Dr DisRespect?
Dr DisRespect is the Twitch nickname for Guy Beahm, known for his high-quality PUBG and H1Z1 streams as well as his arrogant and rowdy character, according to Know Your Meme.
He is also a former community manager for Sledgehammer Games and a multiplayer level designer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
After creating the character in 2010, he also created his YouTube channel and uploaded his first video showing the gameplay of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Dr DisRespect has also featured in several videos for the Machinima gaming channel, at which he mainly played at CoD.
However, after YouTuber DavidSilverberg posted a video about the character, which had over 380,000 views, Beahm stopped uploading and remained inactive on the social media site from 2011 for five years.
In 2016, Guy Beahm created the Dr DisRespectLIVE Twitch channel and gained popularity on the platform for playing Battle Royale games. He also became known for his arrogance and began to call himself an “award-winning international champion of the online gaming community”.
Along with this, his subscribers are called “Slick Daddy Club” members and more than a year after being on Twitch, Dr DisRespect’s channel had over 1.2 million subscribers. In fact, he was voted Streamer of the Year and won the Trending Gamer title in 2017.
Guy Beahm’s satirical song titled Gillette (The Best A Man Can Get) has garnered over 434,000 plays and 8,700 likes on Soundcloud, so it’s clear that it’s highly regarded in the esports community. His subreddit has over 18.8,000 followers, his Facebook page has over 32,000 followers and on Twitter, 734,000.
That same year, a video of him speaking to a fan who said he was considering suicide was posted on YouTube and gained over 500,000 views, before being reposted to / r / videos later in the magazine. year, receiving more than 40,000 positive votes. .
As a result, he was profiled by ESPN and described as “a WWE character in the competitive gaming world” and commented on his black wig, sunglasses and oversized mustache, as well as his height. 6 ‘8 “.
Beahm said: “I created a character who plays multiplayer video games and he is considered the most dominant specimen of the game.” He went on to explain that he’s been around much longer than many realize and that it all started with a voice and his gamertag.
“I decided to change my gamertag from ‘Diarrhea Panic’. The character of The Doctor was born playing Halo 2 on Xbox and there was a proximity chat where you could chat with someone in real time on the microphone, and I loved that; I ate that. ‘
After creating the Dr DisRespect gamertag, he worked with cameramen and music to produce the content that turned out to be popular. He was then transferred to Washington to work on World of Tanks and that’s when he met an investor from Boom.TV, who made a deal for Beahm to become a consultant.
“They funded my studio, rented and allocated the income generated by streaming. It happened to my wife, and she said to try to broadcast and see where it was going. In 2017, Dr. DisRespect drew 25,000 to 30,000 viewers and maintained his character Monday through Friday and for six to eight hours a day.
However, when asked if his character is durable or not, Beahm said, “I think about it all the time, how to extend shelf life, and you have to think outside the box.
“A lot of it is determined by the games that come out, and you’re playing with the entertainment ideas that will surface organically. I don’t know if I want to do Twitch forever because I’m not in my twenties, but we’ll see. ‘
A month after posting this interview, he aired a short two-minute segment in which he revealed he had been “unfaithful” to his wife and went on to say that he “would take time to focus on my family”.
After less than two months of hiatus, Dr DisRespect returned to Twitch after notifying his followers of his return in February 2018. Within 24 hours, the video had reached over 15,000 likes and 3,000 retweets.
Upon his return, according to Dexerto, he opened up about his infidelity and said he and his wife were in the process of rebuilding themselves. Dr DisRespect said: “It’s a learning process, it’s a rebuilding process, it’s a strengthening process, we start to understand some things, we start this rebuilding process.”
What happened to Dr. Disrespect?
Just months after returning to Twitch, Dr DisRespect was forced to end a show after his house was brought down, as reported by CNet. On the stream, we hear him say, “I have to end the show right now. Someone shot our house, broke the fucking window upstairs.
Although no one was injured in the alleged attack, it was reported that a local sheriff’s department confirmed that a person matching Beahm’s description had called to report the shot, the second report of the same kind in two days.
Dr DisRespect tweeted after the event, stating, “The doctor and family appreciate each other’s concerns and wishes. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. The situation is being handled appropriately. In the meantime, the broadcast will resume tomorrow on schedule. # FirmHandshakes. ‘