Twitch streamer AustinShow announces The Roast of HasanAbi

By Olivia Richman


Jun 28, 2021

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It’s about to get lit. 

100 Thieves content creator and talk show host AustinShow announced earlier today that he will be roasting political content creator Hasan “HasanAbi” Piker. The in-person show will take place on Wednesday, June 30th at 1 p.m. PST. The Cash App-powered event has not announced which other content creators will join AustinShow in roasting HasanAbi but fans are already excited to see the insults start flying.

Some are already asking for jokes about the size of HasanAbi’s head, but most people are excited to see some “brutal” insults about HasanAbi’s content. HasanAbi is currently known for getting into politically motivated arguments across numerous social media platforms. His very vocal nature about sensitive topics has often led to Twitch suspensions. 

HasanAbi isn’t afraid of confrontation so it will be entertaining for the Twitch community to see just how heated and hilarious the roast gets. 

Who is AustinShow?

AustinShow started streaming in 2013. His game of choice? Runescape. At the time, he also went by RajjPatel, a name inspired by a childhood friend. AustinShow would also speak with a fake Indian accent. 

Eventually, AustinShow decided to pursue a new type of content by hosting various talk shows on his stream. This includes “The Rajjchelor,” a dating show inspired by the Bachelor, and “Rajj Royale,” a debate show with an elimination-style format. Everyone from rapper Lil Nas X to streamer Imane “Pokimane” Anys have appeared on his shows. 

In 2020, AustinShow decided to drop the RajjPatel name completely. He stated at the time that the persona was “borrowed from a culture that I don’t have the right to represent.” His shows also changed names. They are now called “Love or Host” and “The Royale.” That same year, AustinShow was also given the opportunity to host “Dare Package” on VENN. 

AustinShow joined 100 Thieves as a content creator in March 11, 2021. Since then, he has continued to create one-of-a-kind esports and gaming content. He started doing roasts of other content creators, including one of Mizkif in May of this year. 


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