YouTuber gets livestream viewers to help with school quiz but they troll him into getting 0%
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American YouTuber IShowSpeed called on his followers to help him complete a school quiz and it backfired massively.
The 17-year-old YouTuber streamed his school portal to his millions of followers (which showed that he is a straight F student) and asked them to help him complete his overdue assignment in global economics.
And, well, it seems that it never pays to cheat, because the Ohio teenager got utterly and completely trolled.
"Thank you boys so much," the high schooler said after he had finished compiling his answers, totally clueless to the tomfoolery that was afoot.
IShowSpeed - whose real name is Darren Watkins Jr - looked thrilled on the August 25 stream as he clicked through to get his grade.
And yeah, this is when the other shoe dropped.
As it dawned on him that a few of his 10.8M subscribers had given him a bum steer, glee was replaced with horror as he realised he had added another 'F' to his already expansive collection.
“You mother f**kers, you n*****s in the chat are so stupid,” he shouted at his screen.
“Y’all are so dumb," he continued to yell, ignoring the fact that he was the one who had just scored a 0 per cent on a test.
"Y’all want me to fail. Bro, chat, y’all want me to fail, the f**k!”
The YouTuber's latest fail comes only weeks after the Ohio teen was swatted and arrested by police mid-stream after someone falsely reported him as a threat, Dot E-Sports reported.
Swatting is when someone makes a hoax call to emergency services in the hope of sending a large number of police dispatched to a person's house.
IShowSpeed looked confused and distressed while the incident was caught on camera.
"Oh my god, bro! I swear I didn’t do anything," he told police as his cameraman continued to film.
The teen kept repeating that he didn't do s**t' as he was arrested.
Fans leapt to his defence in the comments.
One user said: "Stopping anyone from recording cops should be 100% illegal, no excuses."
A second added: "Really hope this man is doing good. This was probably the most unexpected thing caught on stream yet."
Speed has yet to comment on the arrest, but he is back to making videos... and failing classes.