Mizkif Gives Update Following His Car Being Wrecked
Hugely popular streamer, Mizkif, has put his fans worries at rest after he revealed that his beloved luxury car had been wrecked while he was in the middle of doing a stream. As a result, he was met with an eye-watering damage bill.
Matthew "Mizif" Rinaudo showed a lot of love for his new Audi R8 when he first bought the car back in June 2021. For fans, it was a clear sign that his new esports and entertainment organisation, One True King (OTK), was going very well indeed.
However, Mizkif was devastated to learn that while he was doing a stream with the newest OTK member Emily "Emiru" Schunk, his luxury car had been wrecked by another driver. Mizkif wasn't injured in the crash as he was online with recording alongside Emiru at the time, but it looks like his bank account sure will take a beating.
When Was Mizkif's Car Wrecked?
The incident occurred on January 2, as Mizkif joined the newest OTK member Emiru to the team. While it was all celebratory smiles and laughs with the two inside, Mizkif's car was crashed into by another driver as it was sat outside in the car park. However, Mizkif allowed Emiru to celebrate her exciting day, so waited until January 3 to share the shocking news with fans and said he wouldn't be streaming in order to sort out the damage left from the incident.
Taking to Twitter, Mizkif said: "Last night on Emi’s stream my car got hit by someone in the parking lot [...] I won’t be live today." As fans sent their well-wishes, some of his fellow streamers took the chance to have a laugh about the situation. For example, Dark Souls' player Esfand said: "You’ll do anything for a day off huh." He then posted a screenshot of Ludwig "Ludwig" Ahgren's famous 'leaving Twitch for YouTube video' with "Ludwig sends his regards."
How Much Will It Cost MizKif To Repair The Car?
On the Twitter post, Mizkif claimed that the crash caused a whopping $100,000 worth of damage. Although, it seems he chose to spend the money on buying himself a new set of wheels instead as the 26-year-old stated that as well as "talking to insurance agencies" he was going to spend his day "shopping for a Toyota Prius".
Mizkif then went into further detail about the incident during a Twitch stream in which he claimed that his car was "f*cked" and completely "undriveable". He further stated that he did speak with the 'reckless' driver and called him out for doing 'doughnuts in the parking lot' which subsequently led to the wreck.
2022 may have got off to a rough start for Mizkif. Well, at least he didn't get banned from Twitch for watching the documentary about his fellow Twitch streamer Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa, unlike unsuspecting ItsSliker.