Tyler1 roasts Greekgodx by saying “his humour left” when he lost weight | The Loadout

Tyler1 roasts Greekgodx by saying “his humour left” when he lost weight

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British Twitch streamer Dimitri ‘Greekgodx’ Antonatos has officially joined Team SoloMid as a full-time streamer and content creator following on from an extremely successful 2019. Greekgodx’s stream exploded into popularity as he now has over 1 million followers and is approaching the milestone of 40 million views.

The announcement of the new deal was made last night and Greekgodx will join the likes of Søren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjerg and Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani at the organisation.  A professional video of Greekgodx dressed as a cowboy and accompanied by a noble, and somewhat sleepy, steed Rusty was released to celebrate his move to the United States earlier this year and jokingly prove he’s becoming accustomed to American culture.

The Twitch star was celebrating on his stream but the festivities were interrupted when one of Greekgodx’s followers pointed him in the direction to the supposedly “wholesome” reaction of fellow streamer Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp.

Tyler1 heard the news and decided to take a friendly jab: “Yes I see that Greek joined TSM. Dude, I watched the video muted I’m sorry. Listen, Greek lost a lot of weight and that’s amazing, that’s awesome but with that weight loss, his humour also left. It’s not the same but good for him.”

Halfway through the clip, Greekgodx could see where the congratulatory message was going, exclaiming: “Why do you always say something nice before saying something mean? Guaranteed” before he hit back at Tyler1: “Fuck off! You never had humour Tyler, I at least had it once, you never had humour or height.”

The streamer then hatched a plan of revenge as he joked he’ll try to get verified on Twitter before Tyler1. “If I ever get verified my first tweet will be at Tyler1 with a smile saying nice verification badge you got there Tyler.”

Tyler1 and Greekgodx have both been friends for years on Twitch, with the latter initially gaining notoriety by moderating Tyler1’s streams in the past and featuring in some of his content.

It seems even a good friend making a big move to an organisation like TSM still isn’t enough to stop Tyler1 from having a dig when he can.

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