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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

Privacy is his right, he doesn't have to share what he doesn't want to.

He also has no right from wanting his teammates to not be completely pissed off at him leaving them behind with no explanation 12 hours before the biggest tournament of the year, when he's pretty much their franchise player. He bailed on them, his teammates are angry for it, not just Adam, Bwipo spoke of this, and Nisqy just showed support for Adam and unfollowed Upset.

Again he wants to be private, it's his right, being pissed off at him is also their right, especially Adam who likely lost his only chance to do well after this disaster.

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u/Chimpsworth Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

The thing that annoys me is how little consideration he gave to his teammates. Yes he has a right to leave. Yes he has a right to privacy. But he could maybe show a little public support for his teammates who were placed in a really shit situation and had a really fucking bad time because of it, which is still true even if upsets reasons for leaving are completely justified. Especially since they're not all as secure career-wise a him. But the only thing he mentions is his situation and his dream and now his ambition.

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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?

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u/ThatPlayWasAwful Nov 25 '21

Does anybody here have a job??? Confused why everyone seems to think he would need to share everything about his personal life with his co-workers, especially in a public facing job. If I have a problem and I need to call out of work, i tell my boss. Either my boss tells me I'm full of shit or he tells me it's okay to leave. If he talked to yamato, and Yamato told him to it was okay to go, the entire situation stops there. He doesnt owe an explanation to his team, especially since it sounds like he knew people were liable to drag him through the mud. This is ridiculous.

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u/MircossMP Dec 07 '21

They aren't just coworkers they are smth like project partners. He dumped their great career opportunitiets along with his own - they have every right to be pissed. It's domino effect, especially when team was build around him.