Thanks to u/KaosX234 for letting me know this was happening.
Pretty sure most of you guys seen this video by Jager Himself Too by now. In case you didn't it features a section where you can cook grenades to blow up at the ceiling every time perfectly.
The original video can be seen on r/SiegeAcademy and on my youtube channel, more than a week earlier than Mr.BakerR6's repost on his twitter. The youtube version got very little views but on the Siege Academy subreddit, it was on the Hot section for almost 5 days. Later I sent the video to KaosX to see if he can include this trick in his new video for more exposure but he declined saying that I've already posted it somewhere else so it would feel like he's just shamelessly taking content off the sub. I regret not sharing this to him first but can't cry over a split milk.
2 days ago KaosX DMed me saying that Mr.BakerR6 reposted my method as if he came up with it on twitter and was even nice enough to link to my original post in comments. So I found the repost on his twitter and apparently my method of cooking grenade was so good and unknown that even actual Pro League players were surprised. The post is now sitting at almost 40k views and he Baker didn't even mention me until he got called out by KaosX. So I left a comment saying that this trick was discovered by me to which Baker replied with "I just found out from a random casual player that I was playing with lol". I believed him and just moved on after posting links to my original post. He found the trick by getting informed by a random player in casual who not only was kind enough to explain it to him but couldn't find the video trending on the Siege Academy sub for almost a week. Seems like a stretch but can't to too mad since it probably was an honest mistake. Right?
Fast forward to today and Jager Himself Too uploads a video featuring the EXACT same method that I found out and credits Mr.BakerR6. Keep in mind that Jager Himself posted this days after Baker got called out. I don't blame Jager Himself for uploading the trick and ONLY crediting Baker since he asks permission before including any clips to his videos. But it appears he got to Baker first since he has a bigger presence on the siege community than me.
If Baker was honest, he would've told Jager Himself that I was the original poster and told him to credit me. Instead, he played dumb and acted like he was the founder and lied to Jager Himself even after admitting that he wasn't the original finder. Now in Jager Himself's video, only Baker is credited. Keep in mind that Baker ADMITED to not knowing about my video and "apologized" which is why I've decided to just let it happen.
To recap, despite the title I'm not going to blame Jager Himself too much, he probably got to Bakers post first and asked him. Baker then pretended he was the original finder of the method and credited himself, so Jager Himself only credited Baker.
And after that absolute dishonest and shitty move he just pulled, I'm starting to think he found my video on the Siege Academy sub, recorded his own video and passed it off to his followers as if he found out the trick himself and only credit me after KaosX called him out.
I would have given Baker the benefit of the doubt but after watching Jager Himself's video, I think I have reasons to believe that this is what happened and his story about learning this from a random player while playing casual is just bullshit he made up to cover his ass while he got called out on the twitter post.
I DMed Jager Himself Too but so far no response.
If you made it this far, thanks for reading this post. I'm not going to just accept this and want to call him out for the shit he just did.
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