Twitch streamer, Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm, has had gunshots fired at his home for the second time. This has occurred twice in two days, according to Beahm. Earlier today, around 11 AM PT, Beahm had to end his stream halfway through while playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Upon hearing a loud noise off-cam, he got up to check for the source. He later returned on-stream without his usual personified “makeup” of wig and glasses to explain the situation to viewers, having to end the stream there and then.
Dr Disrespect’s home under fire
Below we’ll share two clips of the incident. In the first clip, loud noises can be heard off-screen. It is then followed by Beahm getting up to go investigate.
Later on, he returned without his wigs and sunglasses, explaining to viewers what happened.
“I’ve got to end the broadcast right now, someone shot at our house. Broke the fucking upstairs window. This is the second shot, someone shot yesterday, at our fucking house,” Beahm explained. “Someone shot again right now, connected with the house, upstairs, right. You’re driving by, right,” Beahm elaborated further, his voice louder and angrier. His reaction is definitely justified since he lives in that house with his wife and one young daughter.
The current state of Dr Disrespect
Polygon managed to get some information from Southern California city’s sheriff department representative. Basically, they have a suspect and the official identification matches Guy “Dr DisRespect” Beahm’s description. Subsequently, the authorities also confirmed this report of Beahm’s residence being fired at was the second one.
Currently, Beahm and his family are safe and he went on Twitter to update everyone regarding the situation.
The Doc and family appreciate everyone’s concerns and well wishes.
Thankfully no one was hurt. The situation is being handled appropriately.
In the meantime, stream will resume tomorrow according to schedule.#FirmHandshakes
— Dr DisRespect (@DrDisRespect) September 12, 2018
Finally, after what happened two weeks ago in Jacksonville, we’re glad the Doc and his family are safe.