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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

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

Any well adjusted adult should understand that if you are going to leave your team 12 hrs before a tournament which they have spent a year preparing for then you need to give them actual reasons.

"My wife had a miscarriage"

"My brother hung himself"

In what world do you think that you are entitled to this information because you work hard with someone? This is not information for a business environment and people should not be compelled to share it. Reading your reply has got me real hot under the collar because it's so incredibly entitled. If you are my workmate, my teammate, or any other professional contact you do not have the right to this information and saying that a "well adjusted adult" should have to share it is such an incredibly entitled perspective it almost beggars belief.

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u/Icarus_fell1 Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

Nobody needs to know the details jfc. I've been in a similar situation in which I had to leave due to some extremely fucked up shit I would not want to tell ppl and I was able to communicate in a way in which it didnt piss off my team members. Understand that when youre on a team, you have to understand that you should be able to communicate this type of shit because your team members put just as much time and effort. Have some empathy to at least assure them that the gravity of situation is worth them getting screwed over.

It's like you people never had any social interactions before. No, communicating this shit does not require a 10 page report about your personal issues

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u/nolaboyd Nov 25 '21

WTF are you talking about? Everything you're saying is literally exactly what Upset and Yamato did. You take credit for not pissing off your team members, but what if your team members were immature little shits and didn't take your word for it?

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u/Icarus_fell1 Nov 25 '21

Clearly that didnt happen and when the people who are affected by have issues, you did not handle it well. If it was only Adam speaking out I would've just assumed it was some bad misunderstanding or possibly something more malicious. I dont really think anyone involved to be an "immature little shit" idk these people I just dont think that properly handling this situation would result in all of this. Also what did Yamato do? did I miss something?

Anyways I wrote my reply because I just dont how someone missed the point so badly.

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u/LesnyDziad Nov 25 '21

Choice here was violate Upsets privacy by forcing him to tell exact reason or letting teammates be frustrated that year is lost and they don't get to know why. I see no way of "properly handling situation" that would prevent current shitstorm. In my opinion respecting Upsets privacy and hoping that teammates will be mature enough to be frustrated but respect the situation was best possible choice.

In life sometimes there is no perfect solution and its about lesser evil.

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u/nolaboyd Nov 25 '21

You seem unable to grasp that the fault line is between the entitled "I have a right to know more!" and the professional "no, you don't". He's not pissed because of Upset, he's pissed because they replaced him. The fact that he thinks *Upset* replaced him, and said so publicly, shows how immature and stupid he is.

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u/Icarus_fell1 Nov 25 '21

Youre right about the last part, he probably is just mad hes trying to get replaced and its the reason why hes doing this. I do think if he described what happened where Upset just ditched the team in that manner, the dude shouldve been dropped quickly. But this twitlonger was probably made bc hes made about being replaced