JasonR Slammed With Sexism Allegation

Jason “JasonR” Ruchelski is a retired professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player from Canada. He was born on August 2, 1994. He is currently a full-time streamer and professional VALORANT player.

With nearly 900,000 followers on Twitch, he has quickly amassed a sizable following. His YouTube channel has a total of 2.01 lakh subscribers. He is by no means a small streamer, as he collaborates with big names like Shroud, Tarik, and ShahZam. He’s recently been in the spotlight after C9 member Annie Dro accused him of sexism in the film VALORANT.

The JasonR effect has affected more than 50 women, according to C9 Annie Dro. She goes on to say that if there is a girl on his team, he mutes or disconnects.

She even claims that he dupes or deceives his audience into believing that his game has crashed, and that he refuses to respond to any allegations.

Many fans responded in support of JasonR in the comments section of Jake Lucky’s tweet, mentioning his controlling wife. Many people have expressed sympathy for him because of his controlling wife, who forbids him from playing with women.

Other videos have emerged, however, in which he clearly makes sexist and misogynist remarks. He had previously been banned from twitch due to some remarks he had made.

However, none of these allegations have elicited a response from JasonR. In response to these allegations, a slew of other professionals have taken to Twitter.

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