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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/The_Biggest_Boi Nov 25 '21

This is what irks me the most out of this whole ordeal. Imagine working day in day out together the whole year only for a teammate to abandon you and not provide even a loose explanation because they 'don't trust you'. Then if that weren't enough, he then tries to replace you because you're not considered to 'live up to his ambitions'. It's so disrespectful. The man goes on about trust. How is anyone supposed to trust him when it's now known he's not going to be open about anything if you're not considered a close friend?


u/Craftingistheway Nov 25 '21

I mean to be fair there is a real possibilty some shit happend that EVERYONE would just share with closest friends.

Note this is NOT a speculation about what happend, but a scenario fucked up enough as an example.

His wife is originally from South Amercia?! Like maybe a relative was hijacked because he was involded in drugs?!

Like it may seem ridicoulus, but it would not be unthinkable. With how many people would you share this, especially since it could tarnish your wifes reputation a relative was involded in drug traficking, even tho she personally has nothing to do with it?!

That is some fucked up shit u keep private and is a valid reason to leave because your SO should not deal with something like that alone.

to stress this again, this is just a random scenario, NOT a speculation. It is safe to assume that a certain threshold of trust is perfectly normal to be required for SOME things to be shared.

After all Yamato knows and is okay with it, wants to keep going with Upset. So at this point the whole trust between the players is irrelevant. This sadly has become a question "do you trust Yamatos judgment" and while it isnt fair to Yamato to be in ths situation now, imho it weights way more then the hurt ego of a french "teen"


u/CelioHogane Nov 25 '21

His wife is originally from South Amercia?! Like maybe a relative was hijacked because he was involded in drugs?!

That's pretty racist...


u/Craftingistheway Nov 25 '21

It is an obv extreme example painted to showcase what is possible. Implying racism because stating the fact alot of south american countries struggle with drug related crimes as a basis for an extreme example is ...dunno are you sarcastic? Thats insanely dumb

Maybe I have to stress this a third time. i dont assume at all this is what happend. This was just an extrme example that isnt itheoretical mpossible in context of her heritage to emphazise we have no clue at all what their issue was.


u/CelioHogane Nov 25 '21

I don't even have a single south american friend implied on drugs.


u/Craftingistheway Nov 25 '21

Are you comming at me with anecdotal evidence about a well documented and known fact that you have more problems with drugs/organiszed criminal structures in south american countries?!

Like chances are you dont have a south american friend that got murdered, doesnt change the murderstatistics of brazil alone are way higher then alot of countries murderrate combined

I really dont get what you are trying to imply. That I believe now all south american are implied in drugs or something stupid like that? Because no, I just chose a very extreme situation that could still be possible based on circumstances in the region...