Dr Disrespect Teases His Own Lego Set

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An image of the supposed Dr Dirsrespect Lego set.
Credit: Dr Disrespect on Twitter.


If you’re a fan of Dr Disrespect and also love a bit of Lego, your day has finally come.

The popular streamer has seemingly tweeted a teaser for a set that will allow you to build both him and the Ferrari F40 featured in the backgrounds for his streams, commenting “Speed. Momentum. Legos.”

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However, whether this supposed collaboration between the Doc and the Danish toy company is actually happening seems to still be up in the air.

Dr Disrespect Teases His Own Lego Set

Fan reaction to the tease in the replies to Dr Disrespect’s tweet was pretty positive, with some sharing images of existing Lego sets that resemble vehicles they thought the streamer might like.

One even suggested the set the Doc had posted: “Each piece is made of tungsten. The strongest metal in the world.”

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However, Twitch streamer and creative Lego builder BrickinNick chimed in with a few suggestions on how Dr Disrespect could have honoured the Lego community better with his post, saying “1. You mean ‘LEGO’. It’s never spelt with an S. 2. You should’ve gotten one of the best builders around to come up with a design for ya”.

Another fan attempted to make the set a reality, tagging Lego’s official account and challenging them to begin production if their reply reached 50k likes.

Sadly, as of right now, the reply only has 46 likes, but there’s still time, so watch this space.

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Dr Disrespect has also made the news recently due to his game studio, Midnight Society, announcing a roadmap for the next few months of content surrounding their upcoming game, codenamed ‘project moon’.

The studio has recently been on a bit of a hiring spree, adding a number of industry veterans to its team, including Alex Fennell and James W. Gray III.

Meanwhile, Dr Disrespect has announced a new Fortnite event and tweeted about his frustrations with YouTube Gaming over the alleged lack of support it offers creators, with some fans encouraging him to jump to another platform.

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