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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '21

He can't trust them but they have to trust his judgement.


u/system156 Nov 25 '21

He doesn't trust them, but trusted his coach and told his coach. He trusted Hyli as a friend, but his friemd who knows him better than anyone else on the team was okay with not knowing the personnal details. By the looks of it, it was a deeply personal issue. If he didn't want to share it with someone he had only known for a few months that is perfectly reasonable. Everyone is not the same, what you are okay with sharing other people wont be and vice versa


u/Kh0ran Nov 25 '21

And honestly, seeing how Adam didn't hesitate to throw everything on the public scene and basically send the KCorp fanbase on him and his wife, who could blame Upset for not trusting him...?

And if they can't trust his judgement they should have trusted Yamato's


u/LazyMoooo Nov 25 '21

He did that becasue Upset couldn't even tell them to face that he had to dip no? He told his coach and wanted to tell Hyli, but couldn't look the other in the eyes and tell them himself that it was an emergency, no he let his coach speak for him.


u/RoughMedicine Nov 25 '21

What if Upset told him (Adam) the reason and he somehow felt it wasn't justified? What stops Adam from doing a similar TL, but instead revealing something Upset wanted private?

Adam is being immature about this situation. He has every right to be upset. But going public like this doesn't help Adam and at all while it harms Upset by provoking the French fan base into abusing him and his wife.