Newly-signed Kick streamer BruceDropEmOff is causing a stir by placing a $20,000 bounty on a Call of Duty player who targeted him with racist abuse and urging his followers to uncover the player’s real-life identity.
From Twitch to Kick
After facing multiple bans on Twitch, BruceDropEmOff has found a new home on the streaming platform Kick.
During his inaugural broadcast on Kick, Bruce decided to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, where he encountered a player in his lobby who bombarded him with a barrage of racist slurs.
Fed up with the racial abuse, BruceDropEmOff snapped and issued a massive $20,000 bounty on the Call of Duty player.
In a clip that quickly circulated on Reddit, Bruce implored his viewers to uncover the offender’s personal information, saying, “Hey, somebody find this guy! Somebody find this * where he lives! Whoever finds any information, I got $20,000 for you.”
Exchange of Insults
Despite the bounty, the racist player seemed unfazed and even threatened physical violence, claiming he would “beat the f**k” out of Bruce.
The verbal exchange between the two continued, with Bruce reciprocating with disparaging remarks about his opponent’s Mexican background.
The game concluded with a disappointing score of 0-6 for BruceDropEmOff, who failed to secure a single kill.
However, in a show of remorse, the Kick streamer issued an apology to his Mexican viewers for his behavior during the intense confrontation.
At present, it remains unclear whether any individuals in the chat were successful in locating information about the racist player or if BruceDropEmOff intends to fulfill his monetary offer.
However, it is important to note that such actions would be deemed unacceptable on platforms like Twitch, which strictly prohibits users from encouraging doxxing and the sharing of personal information.
As the story unfolds, it will be interesting to see the response from the Kick platform and the wider streaming community regarding the incident and the potential consequences of BruceDropEmOff’s actions.