That was not the nature of 2's "Gore News" segments. Their purpose was to illustrate, in a humorous fashion, that there was a rising serious problem of rampant stupidity that was getting people killed so frequently that there wasn't enough time to cover them all in the weekly segment. This is what people who are only interested in targeting 2 never look close enough to understand. He actually cares about people and wants to improve these situations by exposing them. He accomplishes this by not taking stupid behavior seriously, or giving undue weight to it, as he sees giving serious attention to people who do die in stupid ways only encourages others to think they'll get desirable attention by needlessly killing themselves. 2's message about suicide was that people should have more respect for themselves than to kill themselves for attention, and that people who give such attention will only encourage more to do it. Thus he laughs at them to discourage copycat suicides. But a small hate group setting itself up in the fandom took this out of context and began trolling him over it. In the heat of the trolling he suggested that, if one had so little respect for themselves and so little capacity for dealing with life, they probably weren't going to have anything but pain in life. Therefore they had a choice. They could steel themselves to accept that trolls are meaningless so they could survive, or they could kill themselves to avoid life. But if they went the latter route, choosing to ruin their own quality of life by insisting on being perpetual cry-babies, he wasn't going to pretend like he had any quality of life to offer them. Their problems were of their own making, and if that's what they wanted to do, he wasn't in a position to care. So they could go ahead and kill themselves if they wanted to, but he wouldn't be found shedding a tear or in any way honoring their stupidity by giving a flip. I actually find this message inspiring and refer back to it any time I find myself indulging in self-destructive behavior. Because he's right. I only do harmful things to myself when I'm suffering from a lack of self respect. That message might actually end up extending my life. So, while it's easy to jump on a high horse and start passing snap judgments on 2, those who regularly follow him know what he's getting at. And none of us would accuse him of being callous or not caring if people live or die. He's not telling people to commit suicide. He's trying to motivate them to live.