Summit1g tries to hide in GTA RP like it’s Fortnite and it doesn’t end well

Twitch streamer Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar’s latest GTA RP heist escape was foiled when he was somehow spotted by a police officer. 

“GTA Online is filled with all kinds of criminal activity, but unlike the game’s regular servers, the NoPixel server enables players to take on specific roles. One of those is that of the Los Santos police department. While these hardworking officers are no stranger to catching the game’s worst criminals, they have been known to take extra care when detaining popular streamers like xQc.”

Robberies and murders are a common thing in GTA NoPixel, and most interactions between streamers could often lead to a clip.

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After just robbing a bank and avoiding some cops, Summit took to the streets and attempted to hide from the swarm of pursuit cars. But unfortunately Summit crashed his car and had to continue the pursuit on foot. He took to the lower levels of the underpass and proceeded to dash past his pursuers.

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“With little to no options left, Summit dashed over to some nearby bushes and lay prone. The streamer frantically looked around, but it seemed he had yet again managed to lose the police. They frantically searched the nearby area, but it looked as though Summit1g’s Fortnite bush tactic had worked.”

“Dude, we don’t have any choice. This is kinda OP, but…” Unfortunately, the streamer’s in-game phone rings, however, he is able to quickly silence it. The sirens of the police sirens also help mask the sounds as the police are still looking for Summit.

One officer seems to know where Lazar is and proceeds to try and detain him. “Fortunately for Summit, the officer falls off the side and into the underpass below, giving the streamer the perfect opportunity to escape.”

Source(s) Dexerto


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