[sung to the tune of Disco Duck]
All of a sudden, I was a racist / I was on YouTube, acting fascist
Flapping my gums, I began to suck / Look at me, I’m the milkshake duck
Try your luck / Don’t be a cuck
Milkshake / Milkshake / Milkshake duck
So, uh, anyway. Another thread has already started a discussion on Campo Santo’s DMCA takedown. Relevant to this thread, however, is an article from Kotaku which points out that:
This latest flare-up is actually not the first time Kjellberg has said the n-word on his channel. Actually, on YouTube, hearing a personality with a large following say the n-word isn’t particularly out of the ordinary. The Battlegrounds community is also permissive here: players sometimes scream the n-word before matches start, and in some cases, offensive antics are considered a spectacle by viewers.
Being “good at video games” apparently means being a white supremacist. I’m all for journalists, and whoever else, continuing to be “bad.”