Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator, Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett, has been suspended from Twitch after telling a player to kill himself. A clip of Trivett surfaced from Twitter user Don Haci. The clip is just nine seconds long, but it’s enough to get the gist of what Trivett said.
FeelsBadMan Sadokist telling me to kill myself pic.twitter.com/WU60YB052e
— Anti-Train movement CEO (@DonHaci) March 31, 2018
If you’re unable to hear what Trivett says, or unable to view the content, Trivett states…
“Don Hachi you’re a fucking cunt, go fuck yourself. Ban yourself from the [Counter-Strike] community.
“Maybe, maybe put a belt around your neck and jump off a cliff with that belt still attached. That would be better for everyone.”
Twitch decided to suspend Trivett for using the disparaging language that he did during the stream.
Some sites are attempting to spin the news that it was due to Trivett joking around and using certain language that Left-leaning organization consider to be racist, but many others didn’t think the language was racist at all.
A YouTube video has been spread around by sites like PC Gamer attempting to use it against Trivett.
The comment section on the video is divided, with some people being easily offended, while others are trying to figure why people are even angry.
PC Gamer did point out that Trivett posted a tweet hypocritically condemning a former Overwatch League player named Felix “xQc” Lengyel for using an emote that Blizzard Entertainment deemed racist. Lengyel was let go from his e-sports team in the Overwatch League for using the emote.
Trivett has deleted the tweet.
At this time, Trivett has not supplied a comment about certain websites blowing up the news, but many of his fans are hoping that he’s not suspended from his job as an e-sports commentator for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Twitch, Blizzard, and other Leftist organizations like Roblox, Riot, and Xbox have all joined the Fair Play Alliance to censor and police the internet to prevent people from using language and behavior they don’t approve of. Blizzard even goes so far as to monitor out-of-game and off-site behavior to ban players from the Overwatch League and from Overwatch the game. Twitch has also begun doing the same thing the game. for users as part of their Fair Play Alliance policing.
It appears Trivett learned first hand that using politically incorrect language is no longer viable in today’s society.