The two-time Call of Duty national champion, Doug Censor Martin, has always been trying to get his footing back into Call of Duty after leaving “FaZe Clan” on Oct 16, 2019 to pursue other opportunities in the Call of Duty competitive scene.
Martin has always been in controversial situations with other professionals in the scene for better or for worse. In the past, Martin has been known to not be the best teammate in high stake games based on his game play, or his attitude towards his teammates whether that be scrims or main stage. Despite controversy with other professionals in the league he always maintains a good attitude.
As of recently, Martin has been accused of cheating or ATS (automatic tactical sprint) in one of his recent games from the other team’s coach.
The other team's coach DMd me after this asking if I'm using ATS or using cheats… can't blame him 🤣 pic.twitter.com/yhJT3DGx1h
— Doug (@Censor) December 27, 2021
In disbelief from his fans, Martin posted messages from the other team showing proof that he was being accused.
My first time being accused of cheating ✅ please keep asking me to show settings all year 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/mz01P62E6a
— Doug (@Censor) December 28, 2021
Martin’s friend FaZe Rug then commented saying, “People always gotta find some negative shit to say lmao weirdos,” in support of Martin.
December 28th, 2021, Martin addresses the situation on Twitter again stating he was allegedly dropped from the team because of the coach that was accusing him of cheating.
Fans responded with lots of love for Martin.
Challengers scene don't deserve Doug Censor Martin
— Pas ça Zinedine (@Newline_Zodiac) December 29, 2021
So many people don’t want you to succeed because you have more drive than they do. Happens in all walks of life, any field. Most people will put more time into hating than into getting better at their craft. Keep making money and grinding, half the people in these comments don’t!
— Dill (@spazmonkey__) December 29, 2021