Streaming star Dr. Disrespect has announced an NFL draft pick for his beloved San Francisco 49ers, and it’s safe to say the internet loved it, too.
Just like many other big-name streamers, Dr Disrespect has crossed over into the mainstream on numerous occasions. The former Twitch star appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show, but it’s the sporting events where he really thrives.
The double, who played college basketball, has been a regular at the NBA Finals and NBA All-Star Weekend for the past few years and has even had his music played in a few games.
However, he is not limited to basketball, as he has also been involved in the NFL, with the 49ers in his hometown of San Francisco calling him a pick in the 2022 Draft in Las Vegas.
Dr Disrespect makes 2022 NFL Draft pick
That’s right, The document was one of the sole announcers for his team’s picks this year, as he was able to take the stage in the third round and announce the selection of running back Tyrion Davis-Price.
Of course, the Two-Time added its own flair to the ad, dropping its signature “Yayayayaya” and echoing its own words as it does on streaming.
While the broadcast team, and clearly some of the audience, were a bit confused by his presence, there were many others who couldn’t believe Dr. Disrespect had made a selection from the draft.
Geaux Niners 😤
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) April 30, 2022
Former NFL punter Pat McAfee, who is a self-proclaimed “big fan” of Two-Time, posted a simple tweet calling The Doc a “legend” for making a pick. Niners superstar tight end George Kittle topped McAfee’s compliment, calling the streamer a “king” for his involvement.
“Dr. Disrespect giving each other an echo is the highlight of day 2 for me”, mentioned a fan. “Still can’t believe they got the double to announce a pick,” added another.
—George Kittle (@gkittle46) April 30, 2022
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 30, 2022
While the final rounds of the draft aren’t watched by as many fans as the all-important first round, The Doc’s announcement made waves on social media, with clips of the moments racking up hundreds of thousands of views.
If Davis-Price proves to be a star for the Niners, well, they might have to bring the Two-Time back every year.