Twitch Streamer Hasanabi slaps GreekgodX with a label for being ‘racist’ in a response to Greekgodx’s previous tweet which said “if he heard anyone try to copy his accent, he would call it out for being “100% racist.”
Controversial streamer GreekgodX has run into another twitch ban for the fourth time and his second within a month. This time he was banned for “hateful conduct”, where has been accused of imitating an Asian family, fooling with their accent, in a video that went viral worldwide.
Although Greekgodx pleaded his innocence, that he was not being ‘racist’. Rather the Asian family was rooted in his own heritage. He further proclaims through a tweet that if someone tries to copy his accent, will be entitled with provoking ‘racist’ thoughts. In response to this, another familiar name “Hasan”, chose to go against Greekgodx.
Twitch Streamer Hasanabi slaps GreekgodX with a tag of being ‘racist’ for his fake British accent
The following day on July 29, Hasan decided to go in public and chanted Greek’s tweets in a hyperbolized British accent. “So, the final verdict is I’ve been banned for two weeks waiting for the appeal to go through because of hateful conduct”, Hasan further continued “If I hear a single streamer mock a British accent, I’m gonna freak out that is 100% racist from now on”. Hasan continued by saying that Greek is an attention seeker.
On the other hand, Greek is still under the shadow of a two-week twitch ban. He has not come up with a response to Hasan. This did not stop xQc to put forward his views against Greek. As he commented, “stop being a f*cka*s and get a grip”.
As of later xQc, who has blown the ax to his own leg, thus creating his own individual problem (he was accused of being a racist), due to his above comment. xQc is of no different breed, in 2018 he was suspended from Overwatch League and had many racism allegations against him in particular. Both Greek and xQc have faced each other several times in the past. Others stated that Greek should act more mature and be strong. This debate is yet to see its climax in the coming days.
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