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Bulldog reacts to Trent’s Tweet: “These Politically Correct people man, I hate them so much”

Vignesh Raghuram
5/Dec/2019 08:36 pm

Following Trent "TrentPax" MacKenzie’s comments on Henrik "AdmiralBulldog" Ahnberg and his community, which gained popularity on Reddit, earlier yesterday, the player made a tweet to which Trent responded with his own thoughts.

Alliance’s co-owner and AdmiralBulldog's former teammate Jonathan "Loda" Berg later tagged Trent and added that he found his comments "ill-intentioned" to which Trent responded with the following statements.

For context: Bulldog had named his stream "Ronnie Coleman here I come || [A] @AdmiralBulldog" referencing an earlier clip from a stream in 2015 where he says the n-word twice.


Disclaimer: This video contains the use of racist slurs. We are only adding it to provide context to the situation. AFK Gaming does not condone or support racism in any form. 



AdmiralBulldog's Reaction


Bulldog reacted to this on his Twitch stream, reading Trent’s tweet and stating:

“What do I have to be remorseful about? For saying I was a Nigma fan? Jesus, these politically correct people man, I hate them so much. Oh, there is an Asian person on stream, do not type ‘MingLee’, people are literally shaking in their boots, they’re toxic, don’t do that.

I’d suggest keeping it to yourself Trent and don’t ever interact with me again. Thank you.

Actually got a vagina, let’s build a safe space guys. God forbid someone gets a little offended, being offended is an argument.”



Trent also responded to this on the relevant Reddit thread with this twitch clip, posting:




Plenty of people have expressed their own viewpoints about this issue, with several supporting both Bulldog as well as Trent. For the time being, It looks like the issue won't be resolved any time soon without higher intervention. 

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