Ryan “fREAKAZOiD” Abadir has recently entered the second stage of his multi-level campaign to end bullying. The C9 entry fragger hopes that, by harassing Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostylev in public, he can broadcast the harmful effects of bullying to the entire CS:GO community.
“Bullying is something that can really bring a person down, kind of like how s1mple’s team really brings him down,” said fREAKAZOiD. “We, as a community, need to be aware of how destructive the effects of bullying are, kind of like how s1mple needs to be aware of how many teams he’s been kicked from.”
In regards to his recent actions, fREAKAZOiD said, “I’m pretty sure that s1mple doesn’t mind, since I don’t think he understands English anyways.”
In order to take their anti-bullying campaign to a global audience, fREAKAZOiD and fellow teammate Jake “Stewie2k” Yip plan to publicly embarrass s1mple at an international tournament. Unfortunately, the duo are concerned that their bullying in PUGs will simply not match their performance in LANs. Furthermore, their plan hinges on both C9 and TL participating in an international tournament
fREAKAZOiD’s targeting of s1mple has drawn criticism from both /r/globaloffensive and Duncan “histhorian” Shields, both of whom are unimpressed with Abadir’s quality of insults. s1mple, wearing a schoolboy uniform and holding an oversized lollipop, claims that he has no idea why people would be raging at him.
At the time of writing, the employees of Valve Corporation were having a great laugh over the crazy antics from the Counter-Strike community, before getting back to making content for their serious esport game, Dota 2.
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