Quoted from Whysnow:
this shit is one of the weirdest most "create the drama for clicks" things I have seen in pinball.
Seems like Zack is taking his tips from Kaneda on how to become the Star.
Seems like Jack and Zack have this whole WWE type false rivalry going.
All very TZ type shit.
Up next "BatBoy is real, and he plays pinball, but not the ones you expect"
Step 1: have a pinball company request you create a video for a relaunch of a game
Step 2: release video
Step 3: Streamer gets mad and tells company to have the video removed
Step 4: answer questions as to why it was removed
Step 5: point out inconsistencies in streamers statement that make no sense
Step 6: profit off those sweet, sweet, sweet clicks
I’m curious how anyone with sense could think JD’s statement makes logical sense. 3 parties were aware of launch plans. 2 parties either didn’t watch the video or made it. A 3rd claims he wasn’t mad and didn’t say anything. So why would the ignorant party frantically request removal?
Why is someone defending themselves from gaslighting “drama”?
Want some drama?
Jack Danger white washed a black character in Rick and Morty with his voice acting. The black mailman in rick and Morty pinball is voiced by Jack Danger. On the show it’s by voice actor Brandon Johnson. I wonder if Brandon knows?
He has been the only streamer to reveal a game that wasn’t buffalo (to my knowledge). He has gone after and banned multiple streamers from his discord and twitch after feeling threatened. Hell, this morning he posted “pinside says I’m trash- so you know we made it” and deleted it within 2 minutes. The dude can’t get enough.
He claims to be friends/friendly with Jefeee Star- a person that openly admitted to saying racist, sexist and ableist things just to get a rise out of people. Doesn’t seem to hinder his relationship there, strangely.
He claims to be aggressively focused on diversity initiatives. It seems to me like he weaponizes actual social issues against people he doesn’t like or that threaten him.
It seems to be a big show of performative allyship.