BREAKING: Boogie2988 Fires Gunshots at Banned YouTuber Who Trolled Him for Months


A months-long internet feud has reportedly culminated in gunfire after YouTuber Steven “Boogie2988” Williams fired a handgun at internet personality Frank Hassle after the latter showed up on Williams’s doorstep.

Hassle, who has banned from YouTube produces video content of himself “hassling” people in public under various aliases such as decorated military veteran Chad King, has trolled Williams for months, most notably during an appearance on the Killstream live podcast.

This week, Hassle made good on his promise to show up in Williams’ hometown of Fayetteville and film an encounter between the two with a GoPro camera.

In response, Williams threatened to kill Hassle multiple times during an interview hosted by Daniel “Keemstar” Keem, and in videos Williams posted to his Twitter account.

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“So I told Frank that if he’s in town, and he is, because of me, he said he’s less than five minutes away from me, and I let him know that we can end this tonight, and we’re excited to,” Williams said. “So, if he shows up on my property I made it very clear he goes home in a body bag.”

Keem has refused to release the full interview between Hassle and Williams because he claims it looks very damaging for Williams, but in a small segment posted to Twitter Williams can be heard telling Hassle, “Because I’m going to f**king kill you and take pleasure in doing it.”

Undeterred by the threats of violence, Hassle showed up to Williams’ residence on Monday. A tense confrontation involving shots fired by Williams then ensued, according to Keem.

Hassle has released photographs of himself standing outside of Williams’ house, and of the latter pointing a handgun at him.

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According to Keem, Wiliams fired a “warning shot” into the air, prompting laughter from Hassle.

Police are reportedly investigating the incident.

Editorial Note: This is a breaking news story and may be updated as more information becomes available.

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