On February 2, Steven “Destiny,” a YouTube content creator, gave his opinion on the current streamer deepfake debate on a livestream.

On his official subreddit, he commented to a discussion on Destiny’s retort to Twitch streamer Blaire “QTCinderella’s” moving speech. After viewing QTCinderella’s VOD, Destiny said in a snapshot posted on the forum that he was “laughing so hard” 

The former Twitch streamer gave his reasoning on why he thought the address was amusing, saying: “That s**t is funny to me. I’m sorry. I think a lot of people find it funny. Okay? That reaction is un-f***king believable! And I’m tired of pretending it wasn’t! Okay? It was an unbelievable reaction!” 

Destiny responded to a subreddit post where the community debated his response to the deepfake streamer controversy at the 35-minute mark of his broadcast: “I don’t give a f**k. Leave my f***king s**t! Watch my YouTube videos, or just say I’m a hypocrite or leave. But like, I’m not going to be at all points in my life, like ‘I’m analyzing this QTCinderella video for the first time, and despite the fact that I think that her crying reaction might be a little bit over-exaggerated, I don’t think, or blah, blah, blah. Like, no! I watched her video. It was f***king funny! I’m sorry.”

The address, according to Destiny, was “hilarious”: “I might be a sociopath. Maybe. But it was f***king hilarious, watching somebody come on and go, ‘This is what pain feels like.’ And it’s like, ‘Oh my god. Was she assaulted? Like, what happened?’ And then you find out that somebody had a f***king tab open, and it was deepfake p*rn of her.”

The political analyst then offered his opinion on Brandon “Atrioc’s” livestream apologies, claiming that it was worse than the Dr. DisRespect scandal: “And then Atrioc and his f***king wife, crying in the background, like, ‘My husband…’ It was like, worse than, like Dr DisRespect s**t! And people laughed at the Dr DisRespect s**t, okay? No! ‘I promise, guys. I’m never going to f***king…’ Like, it was just funny!”

For context, Dr. DisRespect became well-known in 2017 after confessing to cheating on his wife and crying on stream. He briefly stopped after the controversy.