Warzone star JoeWo slams hacker accusers for unnecessary ‘harassment’

Warzone pro JoeWo has taken a stand against hacker accusers as the Movement King is fed up with receiving unwarranted harassment from clips recorded over a year ago.

Anyone who’s played Warzone has likely encountered their fair share of hackers. With so many scammers, it’s easy to label another player as one, even if they’re not.

Many streamers are having to grapple with this, as the likes of Headdband or BadBoy Beaman, who have been caught hacking Rage, are throwing claims and making videos about popular players “cheating”.

Well, JoeWo wasn’t immune to this, but the star stands her ground and calls on these people to keep pestering him with “false claims.”

Wazrone Pro JoeWo is fed up with hackusations

In response to all the hackus attacks carried out, JoeWo released a “toxic” YouTube video in which he denounced anyone who spoke negatively about him.

In his Video, Joe talks about how clips from over a year ago have led to constant hatred from “potatoes” who believe he actually hacks. The problem isn’t that people think he’s a cheater, but rather that he gets hatred no matter what he does.

“I’m tired of being harassed over and over again with every video, every post, and every tweet.” The streamer said that no matter what he says or does, there are always rude comments on his content, with which he ” timeless nights”.

To further prove his own legitimacy, Joe mentioned that he streamed with multiple cameras, loaded everything into the stream, and even played on a LAN.

JoeWo Warzone accuses hacking
Twitch: JoeWo

JoeWo is sick of people claiming he’s hacking into Warzone.

However, he’s puzzled as to why this isn’t enough for the hacker prosecutors, who butcher his name and call him a “slimy little rat.”

He ended by saying he apologizes for being toxic but at the end of the day he knows he’s a clean player and dealing with the hatred of his name is mentally draining. Warzone star JoeWo slams hacker accusers for unnecessary ‘harassment’

Emma Bowman

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