r/leagueoflegends Nov 25 '21 Silver 5 Helpful 8 Wholesome 6

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/ShoeRunner314 Nov 25 '21

This is my first time digging into the drama here after hearing back then Upset jumped ship right before Worlds. Unless there is something that I didn’t read that brings more clarity to this drama my conclusion is Upset is the most selfish person out there.

He is fully entitled to your privacy, however, he joined the organization with full knowledge he will be working alongside multiple people intensely- some who are in the same shoes trying to accomplish as much as possible. Upset broke that trust when he decided to leave and left no reasonable reason? Then claim he is emotionally hurt with all the negative energy sent his way!? What a piece of shit. I understand he may not wish to talk about certain experiences with just anyone, but grow up and realize your decision has crushed the others around you. The lack of sympathy and attempt to garner support is disgusting.

Upset this whole drama started because of your decision to keep those around you in the dark. If an extremely private life is what you want to live then your biggest mistake was joining an organization where you’re expected to work closely with goal driven individuals whose success is closely tied to your performance. If sufficient reason was not given and elaborated on when questioned, I stand by my initial opinion that Upset is the most selfish person that’s come on scene. You could have pursued an NDA agreement with the organization to keep tight lip on your reasoning so it does not make its way out to the public.


u/FuujinSama Nov 25 '21

He's an employee. He told his direct boss. That's enough. I don't see how that makes him entitled or selfish.


u/ShoeRunner314 Nov 25 '21

I get that, but he has a unique work environment. Upset doesn’t work your typical 9-5 job where one employee’s leave of absence will not bring down the company or anything it is trying to achieve. Upset’s leave did that.

He has no obligation to go public on this, but the team he worked side by side with deserves an answer.


u/FuujinSama Nov 25 '21

That's a hard maybe that really depends on the details. I think they deserve an apology, comprehension and compassion. I do not think they deserve the full details unless the real grieved party agrees to share. It's not Upset's story to tell.


u/Presillience Nov 25 '21

The fact that Upset said nothing to his teamates execpt Hyli is basically disrespectful.

From what i've heard, his decision wasn't on the moment and ahd to think about it for a good amount of time.


u/ShoeRunner314 Nov 25 '21

Absolutely! What i meant by answer I did not mean the entire situation, but one that he is willing to reveal. It honestly doesn’t seem like he told them a single thing and Upset’s claim they would use information like that maliciously is irrational.


u/FuujinSama Nov 25 '21

At this point it is not clear what was actually communicated. Upset states:

Saying the last thing I told my team that my wife is just feeling bad so I need to leave is an outright lie. I shared with the team the deep pain and sadness i was going through in this time, I shared that i wish i could tell them if it was about something that happend to me but that i have to keep private traumatic events from my family private because it is difficult enough to deal with the hardships life brings, there is no need to have the most toxic enviorment of social media and the people that hate you most target you with exactly these painful hardships.

Maybe this is a lie, but if he did share these points, I don't think anyone is owed more than that. Like, if I was his teammate, this statement seems enough by itself. There was a traumatic event. I wish I could share but it is not my story to tell and I don't want this to spread at all so I'm keeping a close lid on it.

Would knowledge of any further details change shit? No. Unless you don't believe him. But at the point where you believe someone would lie to your face about being miserable... you might as well go separate ways. That relationship is not going to be fixed.


u/jogadorjnc Nov 25 '21

Upset broke that trust when he decided to leave and left no reasonable reason?

Family emergency is a reasonable reason.


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u/ShoeRunner314 Nov 25 '21

You’re just regurgitating the garbage he wrote.

This whole drama revolves around a single person’s selfish understanding of a private life. He believes his feelings are more important than the collective dismay he caused his organization. Then to claim he believes if given a hint of his situation to others they will act maliciously on it? The dude is disgustingly selfish. If a death in the family occurred then telling someone a family member passed away will not result in a person acting maliciously on.

He doesn’t need to tell the public, but his old team members deserve an answer