My Statement regarding my removal from the FCB roster.
I did not want to do this, and I would usually take the path of least resistance in these matters and stay quiet. However, as a result of some of the comments made on scrub's stream, I figured it was best to explain.
Things were not working out on the team, and some people on the team felt that it might be best to swap me out for another player. That's just esports boys, and that's life. Sometimes a personnel change is in the best interest of everyone involved, and I do believe that will prove to be the case here as well. I want to win more than anything, and as a result, I can be highly emotional. It is perhaps both my greatest strength and biggest weakness. It's something that I both embrace and try to control, and most would say that I've come along way in that respect. They are now playing with Flakes, and I wish them the best this season. It was a pleasure working with them, and it's all love for the FCB organization.
I'd also like to address my past with PSG, which has prompted a lot of the rumours relating to my toxicity. I was 16 when I was with PSG, and quite young and immature during this period. When things weren't going well, paired with me being quite emotional, I made a big mistake and ran my mouth publicly in stating that our team was shit. Statements like that serve no purpose other than to further divide the players on the roster. I regret it to this day, but have leaned on that situation as an opportunity for growth. Growing up nowadays, especially in the internet spotlight, is not necessarily the easiest thing in the world, but I am extremely thankful for it and believe that I am now a much better person. I am able to control my emotions a lot better and convey my complaints much more diplomatically. While I am still sorry for my prior behavior, I ask that you guys keep an open mind about me moving forward. I look forward to demonstrating to the fans and the RL community how much I've grown, and I hope to have the opportunity to do so.