League of Legends streamer Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp appeared somewhat taken aback after watching old friend and fellow Twitch star Dimitri ‘Greekgodx’ Antonatos’ new music video.
Greekgodx, who last month signed with Team SoloMid as one of its official content creators, made a track with streamer Andy Milonakis in 2018, titled El Chapo. Now the pair have returned for El Chapo 2, which is accompanied by an interesting music video that – and you have been warned – is very NSFW.
After viewers of Tyler1’s March 24 stream informed him that Greekgodx – who initially gained notoriety on Twitch for being one of Tyler1’s mods several years ago – had released a new video, he immediately decided to check it out, but on even seeing the promiscuous thumbnail he seemed less than impressed. After skimming through to make sure it was “Twitch-watchable” (which it most certainly isn’t) Tyler1 says: “What the fuck am I watching?” before deciding to play the audio of the song for his stream.
After listening intently, he gave his verdict. “I don’t think the lyrics are that bad or whatever, but it’s really hard to watch this music video,” Tyler1 says. “Just because it’s so, like, out of touch. It’s so out of character. Like, guys, you’re Twitch streamers, man. Why are you rapping to strippers shaking their ass on you when you’re a Twitch streamer, bro? If there was no video, it would be fine.”
Despite not getting Tyler1’s seal of approval, El Chapo 2 has already racked up over 65,000 views on YouTube. The video features cameos from a handful of other Twitch streamers such as Chance ‘Sodapoppin’ Morris and Cyr.
Earlier this year, Greekgodx surpassed the 1 million follower mark and has averaged over 9,000 viewers per stream in 2020.