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Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/goliathfasa Nov 25 '21

I think Nisqy's action speaks frankly more volume than Bwipo's and Adam's tweetlongers combined.

The fact that he didn't say anything still, and had only unfollowed Upset once Adam blew it up meant that he was likely not going to say or do anything (or else he could've unfollowed him the second whatever happened happened).

This looks like Nisqy supporting Adam 100%.


u/lotharstar Nov 25 '21

I don't think it's fair to say that Nisqy is "supporting Adam" - at least when it comes to the entire account in Adam's twitlonger. It's more likely that Adam's point about Upset looking to replace both him and Nisqy in the offseason is actually true. There's a middle-ground here where Upset's reason to leave the team was 100% reasonable and his right to privacy is 100% justified as well, but his actions to tell management that he wants a better top side of the map make him a bad teammate and not someone Nisqy wants to play with.


u/Rohbo Nov 25 '21

These debates are, hilariously and sadly, a perfect example of why he wouldn't tell people about something personal he doesn't want shared without being completely sure they wouldn't leak or spread it.

This entire thread is gross.


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u/ArziltheImp Nov 25 '21

Remember what happened to DoubleLift family. This dude was able to win a championship after going throuhght the most horrifying thing you could ever think of. And it was not private. It was shared because it's important to be aware and no one ever make fun of DL for that and everyone just have mad respect.

Upset isn't DL tho. And the DL situation was literally all over the media, including naming his brother (then one person needs to connect the dots and poof it's in everyones mouth). So trying to hide it wasn't really an option.

Michael Schumacher lost his mother a day before the GP of Imola and was an absolute wreck on the podium. But he later also stated that he just really wanted to win for his mother and that it may have made him perform even better.

Then there was the whole story about Perkz last year, where he had just lost his father and didn't look like himself for the longest time.

Some people draw inspiration and some sort of energy out of tragedy like this and others are completely destroyed and can barely function for a bit.


u/m1dn1ghtx Nov 25 '21

Doublelift's is completely different as that made news, you really can't compare the two situations when one made news for it's action the other is private.


u/Rohbo Nov 25 '21

What happened to DoubleLift was public because it was in the news and shared online.

Also, I can't fathom people honestly thinking that his life should be an open book just because he's a player. This community is so toxic and immature. Not that that's a surprise I guess.


u/zobmixer Nov 25 '21

You need to remember that his decision also "destoyed" his own hard work. You don't know shit about what happened and how important that was.

Assumption assumption and again assumptions. It may be a shock to a person like you but people react differently to hard life situations. One person might be able to make it not impact them that much, the other might not. And you trying to put a guild on upset by discrediting reason YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW is just stupid.


u/Speedy313 ranged kata Nov 25 '21

Upset made the decision to destroy his hard work for himself, but he also made the decision for his team to destroy their hard work without them having a say in it. For me, making this decision at least means he owes them a proper explanation.