Arsenal Fan TV star Troopz comes under fire from fans for ‘toxic’ behavior –

Supporters have berated Arsenal Fan TV star Troopz after he launched a furious rant at his wife during the Gunners’ 4-1 defeat by Manchester City on Wednesday.

Troopz, whose real name is Aumar Hamilton, made a name for himself during the channel’s early days when he was a vocal critic of Arsène Wenger.

He remains a regular online presence in connection with Arsenal affairs, also works for American company Barstool Sports and last night he led a live broadcast of the big title fight.

Troopz, however, went on a horrible tirade against his wife after Kevin de Bruyne put Pep Guardiola’s team 1-0 after just seven minutes.

Reacting to the Belgian shot past Ramsdale, Troopz lost his cool and appeared to yell in his teammate’s direction as he said: “Nobody, this damn woman goes in and scores.” No, cut brother, no, I’m very serious, don’t smile at me.

Arsenal star Fan TV Troopz (left) has been reprimanded by supporters after calling his wife a ‘shitty woman’ during a live online broadcast of the Gunners’ match with Man City last night.

In a shocking tirade, Troopz (left) yelled hideous insults at his wife (right) during the video.

I’m serious, get out of the room. Leave the room. Don’t make fun of me, leave the room. Leave! Leave! Go baby! It doesn’t matter not to look at it. How can you get in here and dial?

‘What do you mean you’re going to look at it? No, go, go! You curse my team.

Surprisingly, Barstool Sports originally shared the clip with the caption, “TROOPZ LOST IT TO THE LADY,” accompanied by several laughing emojis, before deleting the tweet.

Fans criticized both Troopz and Barstool with one saying, “After over 2.4 million views of Troopz yelling at his wife because their team lost a game, Barstool deleted the tweet where they found that hilarious incident.”

Another added: “That Troopz guy is bad. How dare he speak so rudely to his wife in that video just because Manchester City scored? And for anyone who might find his appalling behavior amusing, talk to yourself.

Barstool Sports, who Troopz works for, originally shared the video to ridicule his reaction.

However, they later deleted the tweet after receiving a furious backlash from followers.

Other followers were also quick to criticize Troopz for his “mean” behavior towards his wife.

Another irate supporter said: “I understand it’s frustrating to see your team lose, but talking to your wife/partner like that is disgusting! Shame troopz for this!

Meanwhile, David Challen, who is a domestic violence advocate, added: ‘Football doesn’t cause domestic violence, but it can trigger existing abuse. Troopz’s abusive behavior towards his wife highlights how football can create a more intense period of control and fear, exacerbating an existing problem.”

He continued: “This behavior is not normal, acceptable, nor should it be viewed as entertainment that needs to be broadcast live to countless young people and children watching your content. There is no place in society for this behavior. He is offensive and controlling.

Troopz’s young son was also in the room and verbally assaulted because his team conceded another goal. So not only did his daughter witness his mother’s abuse, but he did as well. Children themselves are victims of domestic violence. This is terrible.’

David Challen, an activist against domestic violence, also strongly criticized the behaviour, highlighting the impact football can have by sparking existing abuse in relationships.

Started the furious tirade after Kevin de Bruyne put Man City ahead 1-0 against Arsenal

The problem of domestic violence while watching football has increased recently.

In December, researchers at the Warwick Business School found that domestic violence increased by 47 percent on the day the England men’s soccer team won a World Cup or European Championship match.

His research found that levels of domestic violence were also higher than average the day after winning a tournament, with a significant number of cases caused by alcohol.

The organizations emphasize how alcohol or major tournaments do not cause or justify domestic violence, but often exacerbate pre-existing patterns and provide perpetrators an opportunity to relapse into aggression.

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