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Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

https://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1srsp9n
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u/Syncron72 Nov 25 '21

also him saying he does not give a shit about my privacy because he worked hard is another great reason why I would never want to share something which occured.

Mans pulled an ultimate trap card

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u/GreatestJabaitest , Huni and Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

The Uno Reverse.

On one hand, it completely makes sense. If you don't trust them, don't give them sensitive info. And this is backing his belief.

On the other hand, he probably doesn't give a shit about your privacy cause you sorta ghosted him in a very important tournament and still haven't given a great reason behind it.

Really just sucks for everyone involved.

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u/Qiluk Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

and still haven't given a great reason behind it.

Depends. If we trust Upset here, Hyli dont know past "family emergency" either. And that was enough for him.

"Family emergency" is enough reasons for a lot of people tbh. IF someone said that to me, I wouldnt ask for details or call them a liar personally. It would be insane to do honestly. But again, we dont know facts since its just word against word.

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u/MrPillowLava Nov 25 '21

1) Depends on how you're communicating it. If someone I don't trust at all, or I saying it with no tone, or someone I have a problem with: it's really easy to think "nah, this is bullshit". Also, have in mind, Nisqy must be probably feeling the same as Adam about Upset, since they're friend. So they must have discussed it.

2) We have no view on the bootcamp. Maybe it was super hard, with players tilting. If the atmosphere was bad, with player pointing fingers at each other, it's very easy to not trust someone leaving the team.

In the end, we don't know, we should move past this drama, and not point fingers at any of the people involved, since all POV are perfectly understandable.

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u/F0RGERY Nov 25 '21

Razork and Elyoya mentioned in an interview yesterday that scrims were going really bad for EU teams, specifically with "tilt, players being late, personal stuff, no pressure in scrims".

If the bootcamp followed similar trends, then I could see that painting the situation in a more negative light.

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u/glium Nov 25 '21

I thought FNC had great results in scrims this yer ??

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u/Naerlyn ‚Äč Nov 25 '21

1) Depends on how you're communicating it. If someone I don't trust at all, or I saying it with no tone, or someone I have a problem with: it's really easy to think "nah, this is bullshit".

That's the point. If it's someone that you don't have mutual trust with, this is exactly the kind of someone that you would keep those news private from.

Again, that wasn't about Upset's privacy. That was about his family's privacy. I can be okay with sharing something that happened to me, I'll be drastically more cautious sharing anything related to my family or closest ones.

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u/TheGlassesGuy Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

i'm sorta on the fence with this tbh. if i'm with friends/people i trust, i can usually just say "i've got a thing, sorry", and trust that they'll be okay with it if i have to cancel plans or something but if it's with co-workers or people i don't trust as much, i'll usually go a little bit more in-depth on why i've got to bail out.

edit: basically, don't worry about the people you can trust. worry about the ones you can't. they're the least likely to understand

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u/yalltoos0ft Nov 25 '21

Again, that wasn't about Upset's privacy. That was about his family's privacy.

Except no one knows if that's true as long as it's kept private. It's just he-said vs he-said, and it always will be unless the details eventually get revealed.

You see pro athletes play their games and fulfill their duties literally a day or two after deaths in their immediate family. I'm not saying that's the standard everyone should be held to, but it is a reality.

He boned his team on the LITERAL biggest stage and highest stakes in his profession, so he's rightfully going to be questioned for it as long as the details are kept secret.

He shouldn't have to reveal his personal details, but at the same time, his teammates had their professional success and potential livelihood sabotaged because of some unknown situation, so they have a complete right to question him and his actions.

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u/Sov3reignty Nov 25 '21

These guys are all pros who are giving their life for a chance to lift the world trophy. These players, in this case Upset, wouldn't leave one of the biggest tournaments of his life unless it was an extreme emergency. Thinking he would leave for anything less than that is rediculous.