Video: Rudy Gobert rips troll who mocked him over coronavirus while gaming
Rudy Gobert has apologized on numerous occasions for the cavalier attitude he showed toward the coronavirus prior to testing positive for the disease, but that hasn’t stopped the Utah Jazz star from being heckled about it.
Gobert was live-steaming while playing “Call of Duty” on Monday when a member of his party called him out for bringing the coronavirus to the NBA. Gobert fired back by telling the other gamer to “go to school, p—y.” Beware that the video below contains inappropriate language.
Rudy Gobert responds to someone in his chat who said “Thanks for starting the coronavirus in the NBA dumb*ss”
Gobert's response: pic.twitter.com/VwPZQUltNJ
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Trash talk is just part of the gig when you’re streaming while playing video games, so Gobert is likely used to it. However, he is already having enough issues with his own teammates over what happened back in March, so he probably doesn’t want to hear it while playing “Call of Duty.”
Many pro athletes are big “Call of Duty” fans, and one NBA star even learned about the postponed season while playing the game.
H/T Complex Sports