xQc has expressed regret after getting banned from NoPixel’s GTA RP server again after he took advantage of a glitch to smuggle a gun into the police station and open fire on several officers.
Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has been breaking the NoPixel’s GTA RP server’s rules for quite a while now, but he pushed the limits when he exploited a glitch and started a new drama. The situation soon got serious with MOONMOON, who roleplays a police officer on NoPixel’s GTA RP server accused the Canadian Twitch streamer of being egotistical and demanded an apology, Dexerto reported.
The GTA RP community demanded he should be banned again, and they got their wish. xQc has been temporarily banned from the NoPixel’s GTA RP server. After hesitating to address the issue on his stream initially, xQc eventually admitted that he was wrong.
“What I did… is terrible, and it’s actual trash. I should be banned for it, and I have been banned for it,” he said.
However, he went on to claim that the police targeted him because he was able to escape beforehand and even accused them of breaking the rules. The 25-year-old former professional Overwatch player admitted that combat logging is “disgusting,” and he would be angry if somebody did it to him.
“I shouldn’t have done it, and I would be one of the first people to get really mad,” he said. “But make no mistakes. I did it. I was a little bit past my point of no return.”
xQc also made an apology to all the GTA RP players and administrators who were affected by the incident. He admitted to stream-sniping and meta-gaming but claimed it was a “retaliation.”
“I’m genuinely sorry. I clearly wasn’t thinking about collateral. I wasn’t even thinking about what I was doing in the first place.”
People have mixed opinions about his apology with some appreciating xQc coming forward and accepting some responsibility, while others thinking he still hasn’t accepted full responsibility. It will be interesting to see how the situation develops and whether he will change his ways when he makes his comeback.