Last Thursday, YouTuber "Dr Droops" posted a nearly five-minute supercut of Dr. Drew Pinsky downplaying coronavirus and spreading disinformation over the past two months. (A two-minute version of the video was posted to Twitter on Saturday.) The video going viral prompted Dr. Drew to apologize on Saturday, but only after having YouTube remove the video on copyright grounds. The video was reinstated on Sunday. Dr. Drew also threatened a Twitter user for spreading the video in a since-deleted tweet. "Infringing copywrite (sic) is a crime," he tweeted on Saturday. "Hang onto your retweets. Or erase to be safe." In an updated description added to the video, "Dr Droops" urged viewers not to antagonize Dr. Drew: "While I personally have not observed any threatening language or behavior, Dr. Drew has stated that he and his family have been receiving threats. I ask all of you to please use restraint. It is perfectly acceptable to be upset or angry. It is not acceptable to threaten the safety of Dr. Drew or his family. Ever. Plus, everyone needs to be staying six feet apart anyway!"