Twitch: streamer abuses his son of a few months in live, then runs away from social networks

Twitch: streamer abuses his son of a few months in live, then runs away from social networks
A Twitch streamer addicted to the Madden series, this buckkerz, deleted all his social accounts after he literally screamed in the face of his crying son during a live show. Note that the little one is only a few months old, so he is absolutely innocent of the whole situation.

Apparently, buckkerz was using his son to cheer up some spectators, as he was holding him while playing at Madden. At one point he threw the controller on his desk, probably due to a malfunction, and started screaming. The child, probably frightened, however, began to cry. The loving father then put him down, continuing to scream live.

The little one, however, continued to cry, more and more louder, so much so that buckkerz turned against him screaming in his face: "Shut the fuck up".

As often happens in these cases, someone recorded a clip of what happened, which quickly went viral, generating quite a bit of sensation. The streamer tried to remedy this by renaming the video to "imsorry1234556", then deleted all his social accounts, including Twitch, probably to avoid problems.



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Note that the man, in his Twitter bio, described himself as a "loving father and husband", eager to "support his family in every way". Not that a single fact should lead to a person's moral condemnation, mind you. Everyone can have a moment of weakness and say a few words too many or do something wrong ... in this case, however, it is the futility of the context that makes it all the more unpleasant.



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