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Video game streamer Dr. lack of Respect to an abrupt stop gaming after saying his home was shot

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Video game-streaming-star Dr. lack of Respect abruptly interrupted his stream on Twitch, after he said that his house was shot at.

Dr. lack of Respect (real name: Guy Beahm) was playing “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” and was talking about how he felt about it, when he suddently walked out of the camera, VentureBeat reports.

After coming back to the camera, Beahm, who wears a wig and sunglasses as his alter ego, had removed his costume and said that he had at the end of the broadcast the following events.

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“I must be the end of the broadcast now,” he said. “Someone shot at our house, and broke the upstairs window. This is the second shot. Someone shot yesterday. Someone shot yesterday at our f-ing house, and someone shot back now. It is connected with the house above, right? You drive by, right? You p—y! I need to stop the flow.”

Beahm immediately stopped the stream. Fox News has reached a Twitch, as well as Beahm for comment on this story, but not directly back to hear.

Kotaku said it had reached police in Beahm, the district and the police have confirmed that a police officer on the scene and investigating the incident.

Last month, a deadly shooting occurred during a Madden 19 NFL tournament in Jacksonville that was also livestreamed on Twitch.

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The shooter killed two people and then fatally shot himself in a rampage that wounded several others. The authorities believe that the 24-year-old David Katz of Baltimore carried out the attack with at least one gun at the Jacksonville Landing, a collection of restaurants and shops along the St. Johns River.

Eventually, EA, the company that is a “Madden 19,” canceled the remaining Madden Classic qualifier events and said that it would donate $1 million to support the victims.

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Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this report.

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