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Published: 11/Aug/2019 12:10by Connor Bennett
On August 10, fans of shroud were shocked to see that his Twitter had been hacked and immediately filled with vulgar statements – as well as a few jabs at his fellow streamers.
The Twitch star was able to wrestle back control of his accounts a few hours later, but not before his fans tried to help out. However, one fan took things a little too far by spamming PUBG, LIRIK couldn’t help but notice that he was being tagged in these constant messages from Twitch user imPieFreak.
“I get it PieFreak, what the fuck do you want me to do,” Zahid called out as the chat spam continued to disrupt his stream. “Does this look like Twitter support, Piefreak? Does this look like fucking Twitter support?”
As the constant messages continued, LIRIK continued to vent his frustrations at the spammer’s requests for him to do something. “What do you want me to do about the fact that his Twitter got hacker?” he asked, before taking things up another notch. “What do you want me to do? Do you I’m the fucking spokesperson for shroud? Jesus Christ! Dude, this guy wears fucking shroud underwear, fucking shroud contact lenses. Holy shit.”
It’s not the first time in recent weeks that LIRIK has run into, and verbally brutalized, a member of shroud’s twitch streams.
While his other viewers clearly enjoyed what LIRIK was saying, spamming the chat with ‘LUL’ emotes and other laughter, imPieFreak was nowhere to be seen after the brutal roast.
Maybe next time, viewers will be more aware of the consequences when trying to pester LIRIK regarding something that they have no control or say over at all.