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Friday, October 20, 2023

VIDEO: Censor says the N Word on stream days after apologizing

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Censor has said the N Word on stream days after apologizing.

The current Boston Breach Call of Duty League team captain took to Twitter later that night to apologize. “I have to be honest with myself and say this now,” he wrote in a tweet sent at around 1:00 a.m. “If I was to wait, this wouldn’t feel right. If you understand I appreciate you, but if you don’t I understand too. Either way, I know this is the only way I want to move forward.”

The Call of Duty content creator, who first made a name for himself by winning the 2011 MLG National Championship for Black Ops, tried to explain himself further in a short video attached to the tweet. “I slipped up and I said a word I shouldn’t have said,” Censor said. “I let someone get under my skin and I said the F-word. I’m not proud about it. I’m not happy about it. I’m definitely disappointed in myself about it because regardless of what anyone is gonna think it’s absolutely not something I stand for or something I say in my private life ever.”

Streamer and professional Call of Duty player Doug “Censor” Martin has apologised after being recorded using a homophobic slur while playing live against a teammate. 

While streaming a game of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on Tuesday (17 October), Censor got into a heated exchange with a teammate, berating them about their playing ability and telling them that they should unfollow him on social media, according to Dexerto.

However the small confrontation escalated when Censor told teammate they “suck d**k” before branding them a “f****t”.

The 29-year-old US-based gamer, who plays competitively for Boston Academy, was quick to offer an apology for his use of the derogatory word.

Posting a 90-second video on X, formerly Twitter, Censor admitted that he wouldn’t “sleep well” if he didn’t address the comment.

“I know that if I don’t do this now, it’s going to be worse than it already is,” he said, before admitting that he “slipped up”.

I have to be honest with myself and say this now. If I was to wait, this wouldn’t feel right. If you understand I appreciate you, but if you don’t I understand too. Either way, I know this is the only way I want to move forward.

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