Last week, Dr. Disrespect, a popular streamer who parodies toxic gamers by being one (except in a wig), was banned from Twitch and launched from E3 for being broadcast from within D & T. A public bathroom, an illegal act in the state of California. Immediately after, he passed the radio in silence. But not for long.
While Dr. Disrespect remains banned from Twitch for a while yet unknown, he has resumed his posts on Twitter and YouTube. Last Thursday, he broke his silence with a tweet promising a recap video on the E3 and stating that he would have "sacked" his director, whose name is apparently Alex. This, however, was probably a reference to a long-term joke in which Doc is screaming off screen at Alex – the fans are not even sure of being a real person – and "see" him sometimes. Dr. Disrespect spent the next 24 hours talking to other large banners (mainly Ninja) on Twitter.
The recap video has dropped over the weekend and shows largely Dr. Disrespect interacting with fans and developers, talking about shit about mobile gamers and shouting a lot. In the line of Whole Whole, there is a lot of bravado, bluster and cheesy music from the 80's. This briefly alludes to the incident in the bathroom, Doc complaining of "diarrhea" towards the end of the 11-minute video and then rushing into a bathroom. Then we see a now infamous photo of him standing in a stall with only his head visible, referring to a part of the creek that had him banned. He does not discuss his ban, apologize or refer to the E3 incident.
Dr. Disrespect also used his mandatory leave time for create new emotes Twitch of himself peeking from a bathroom stand. I'm sure they will have a lot of use when he will inevitably come back to Twitch in the next few days or weeks. After the streamers reach a certain level of magnitude on Twitch, suspensions and bans only turn them into bigger stars – a phenomenon that Doc himself already knows very well.