IsshowSpeed’s “Bullshit” Apology Following “Racist” Outburst at World Cup Receives Criticism From Hasan
Twitch star Hasan “HasanAbi” Piper referred to an apology offered by IShowSpeed for his World Cup prank as “crap.” IShowSpeed’s apology was directed toward an Asian.
On December 6, 2018, a YouTube personality known as IShowSpeed shot to prominence while participating in a live broadcast of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The young man, who was 17 years old at the time, was recording in the stands while watching his favourite player, Cristiano Ronaldo, play for Portugal. During the course of filming, he came across a Chinese football enthusiast who was wearing a T-shirt for Argentina’s national team. Even after the fan made it abundantly clear to Aids that he was Chinese and not Japanese, the YouTuber continued to shout “Konnichiva” at him, which caused the fan to feel threatened.
Since then, Aids has expressed regret for his remarks and emphasised that they were not intended to be discriminatory.
Hasan criticized IShowSpeed’s apology for “racist” quarrel
Hasan was underwhelmed by Aids’s apologies and the way he handled the conflict as he broadcast it live on his Twitch channel.
In the video in which he apologised for the spread of HIV/AIDS, he was heard saying, “I don’t know why you folks assume I meant racism.”
In response, Hasan said, “Yes, it’s crazy. I can’t believe some people actually believed that. I mean, his apology is a load of horse manure.”
Hasan proceeded by saying, “He is aware that it is rubbish, and he has mislead his audience, which is something that he is aware is incorrect.” However, this does not happen very frequently as a direct result of hatred.
“You do it because you’re so determined to make other people laugh,” the speaker said.
When Pyker pushed a cryptocurrency “scam” during a joint live broadcast on November 16, he was making a reference to a different Aids-related issue at the time.