During a live stream on June 5, popular streamer DrDisRespect, known for his charismatic personality and gaming prowess, found himself suspended from YouTube while watching the highly anticipated Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event. DrDisRespect, who is not only recognized for his gaming skills but also for his love for technology, had tuned in to witness Apple's latest product launches, including the Vision Pro and iOS 17.
The incident occurred during his YouTube live stream, which began with DrDisRespect engaging in a game of Wordle before transitioning to the Apple event. Approximately 10 minutes into the stream, his broadcast abruptly halted, displaying a message stating, "Stream suspended for policy violation."
DrDisRespect suspended after watching Apple WWDC event on his YouTube live stream pic.twitter.com/ytKMSx3CoV— Esports Lord (@esportslord0) June 6, 2023
DrDisRespect received a permanent ban from Twitch, one of the leading streaming platforms, under circumstances that remain shrouded in mystery even three years later. Since then, he has been conducting his live streams on YouTube, amassing a substantial following over the course of nearly three years.
The sudden suspension during yesterday's live stream left his audience in a state of shock. Fortunately, within a few minutes, DrDisRespect managed to resume his streaming activities but chose not to continue watching the Apple keynote event.
Initially, the streamer appeared bewildered by the swift suspension, posing questions such as, "What, I guess we can't watch the Apple event, or what?"
He expressed his desire to see the showcased headset, albeit humorously, saying, "Is that the issue? I just wanna see this headset, man."
In light of the suspension, fans of DrDisRespect eagerly await an official explanation regarding the policy violation and hope that the charismatic streamer can continue providing entertaining content without further disruptions.