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Gay TikTok Star Rory Teasley aka 'Too2Pump4TV' Dead: Details on How a 'Overwatch' Video Game Led to Rory Teasley's Death

Sad news has shaken up social media landscape after one of the biggest TikTok stars in the world was murdered. According to reports gay TikTok star ‘Too2Pump4TV’ aka Rory Teasley is dead at only 28 years old. The circumstances surrounding his death show that it was something very petty that ultimately cost him his life.

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Details on How the ‘Overwatch’ Video Game Led to Rory Teasley’s Death

According to police reports Rory Teasley was strangled by his boyfriend Docquen Jovo Watkins after they got into a heated altercation over a video game called ‘Overwatch’. 911 was called by Watkins, and during that call he lied to emergency responders claiming his boyfriend was sleeping on the couch. Law enforcement would quickly find out that Rory Teasley was was actually dead.

What is Overwatch?

Overwatch is a team based multiplayer shooter that was released back in 2016 by Blizzard entertainment. Every match is 6 v 6 battle between unique heroes that have a distinct set of powers that give you certain advantages, and disadvantages. Each team fights for control of a certain objective.

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This might be the first time since it’s release that it led to someone’s death.

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Rory Teasley’s boyfriend has been charged with second degree murder, which means police feel it was not a premeditated crime.

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It’s so sad that he was murdered by someone that was supposed to love him. Some people really take video games way too seriously.

RIP Rory Teasley.

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