He of course as denied the accusation. That’s what Boogie2988 does when accused of anything, even word-for-word direct quotes from something he’s said; he denies, denies, denies. The then proclaims the person quoting him is a hater and wants to see him die.
Steven Williams, the man who plays Boogie2988 online, went to Twitter early this morning to further defend his late father. Evidently, he was on Twitch earlier and threatened physical violence against anyone who besmirched his father’s good name. Why would anyone express the opinion that Boogie2988’s father deserved to die the way he did, drowning
Sometimes people ask me what I have against Boogie2988. First of all, Boogie2988 is not a real person. He’s a character played by Steven Williams. Not only is it a character, what version of the character you get depends greatly on the platform on which you view it. If you watch Boogie2988 on YouTube, you’ll
The man who plays Boogie2988 on YouTube, Steven Williams, was in a Twitter argument with someone and he threatened to kill himself. The person reading this threat called the authorities who in turn performed a welfare check on Boogie2988. There was a knock on the door and when he answered it, he found police, firemen,
While in Southern California for VidCon 2018, Boogie2988 appeared on the H3 podcast with hosts Ethan and Hila Klein. Lots of things were talked about including what happened at last year’s event when Boogie2988 appeared on a CyberBullying panel. One of the other guests on stage was the infamous Anita Sarkeesian. If you believe Boogie2988, Sarkeesian chewed
Steven Williams, the man who plays Boogie2988 on YouTube released yet another video where he complains and whines about all of his assorted problems, real or otherwise. I’m still subscribed to his channel, but I stopped watching Boogie2988’s videos. They irritate me too much. This video caught my eye because of the title: Let’s talk about how I’m really doing