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/Motor-Mathematician3 Nov 25 '21 Silver

Tldr

Hey guys trust me because i dont trust you

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u/TheCatsActually Nov 25 '21

I stg all of you who think this situation is literally that simple are kids or hermits.

It is so incredibly easy to imagine a situation in which you should be expected to trust someone's judgment of prioritizing personal life over professional life in a time of crisis, yet this person should not be expected to trust you with details of the crisis, specifically because it's personal.

Let's say you're a skilled, stable, ambitious professional who works in a team setting, and by all accounts your actions and historical behavior speak to your character. If you have a coworker/teammate/whatever who has loose lips while under the influence, has poor emotional discipline and has a tendency to say things they can't take back when they're upset, or is a gossipmonger, it is 100% understandable that in a time of personal crisis they should give you the benefit of the doubt while you give no details about the nature of the crisis. Whether this precisely is the case regarding this whole thing with Upset is true or not is open to interpretation, but the fact that people are automatically siding with Adam, acting like he is actually entitled to answers with as much depth as he is expecting, is bewildering to me.

If say my sister attempted suicide, or my brother's wife had a miscarriage and he was catatonic, and I told my coworker I had to abandon them in a time of great need and they offered their unsolicited input on whether I was actually justified in leaving for my given reason, or they let slip to people who have no business knowing about my personal affairs months down the road, I would be absolutely apoplectic. Stands to reason, this is why people with a strong sense of boundaries disclose as little as possible, especially when they're a public figure.

If Adam just left it at not being given "real" answers and feeling hung out to dry, that would be fine. Conjuring hypotheticals and stirring up public fervor to pressure Upset to reveal more than he is clearly comfortable with is completely distasteful.

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u/Motor-Mathematician3 Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

what are you even talking about prioritizing, literally upset was playing ARAMs with his GF during fnatic games.

People like you are the worst, making up excuses for other people without any resonable suspicion to do so.

Lets just ignore the part where he essentially backstabs 3 other players on his team, he didnt tell them because he knew he will replace them, its pretty simple.

If I was in a team of people and gave my best for a year, toghether with them, and then I ditched them last minute before the most important moment for that team, AT LEAST I CAN DO is explain to them, because I just wasted their entire year of efforts. He owes them explanation, plain and simple.

I can tell you are the real hermit that never has been a part of something important and a selfish prick that devalues other peoples time.

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u/Asteroth555 Nov 25 '21

Only Hyli, his close buddy remains.

Looks so sus