Twitch streamer Sweet Anita had the perfect response to an Overwatch player mocking her Tourette’s syndrome tics, shutting down her toxic teammate and being widely praised by her followers as a result. The resulting Twitch clip has been viewed nearly 100,000 times.
Sweet Anita is a popular Overwatch-focused Twitch streamer known for her foul-mouthed outbursts, brought on by her Tourette’s Syndrome. These tics typically either come in the form of curse words or periodic whistling, with the latter raising the ire of one of her teammates in a recent competitive match.
After whistling during the match, her teammate responded: “Stop that f***ing whistle!” In a quick-thinking comeback, Sweet Anita responded by bursting into a whistled rendition of the ‘Trololol’ song.
With this being a competitive Overwatch game, the enraged teammate responded with sexism: “You need a f***ing c*** in your mouth,” he shouted over the in-game team chat voice channel.
However, Sweet Anita carried on with her impromptu whistling session, prompting the angry player to eventually leave the voice channel.
Watch the moment below:
The ‘Trololol’ song was originally performed by the Russian baritone singer Eduard Khil, with it being officially titled ‘I Am Very Glad, as I’m Finally Returning Back Home’ before taking on a life of its own as a meme. When a 1976 recording of Khil singing the track went viral in 2010, it became the unofficial soundtrack for internet trolling.
For those who need their memory jogging, the original recording can be viewed below:
Sweet Anita, who lives in East Anglia, England, recently collaborated with other top British Twitch streamers to raise money for Make-A-Wish International. She has over 430,000 followers on the streaming platform, along with over 4.2 million channel views.