My Experience with CLG Tuesday
I want to first start off by saying thank you to all the people that have shared their stories because I feel like it's time to share one of my experiences that has been weighing on me for a while.
The situation happened after the NA LCS Finals after party in Detroit (2019). I chose to follow many of the boys on CLG Academy team back to Tuesday's hotel room. There we were all just hanging out and were going to watch a movie and talk.
As the night went on some of the players on the team got tired and left leaving only Tuesday and I alone in the hotel. I asked him if the hotel had any makeup wipes because I had glow paint and makeup on my face for hours. I followed him into the bathroom and as I was wiping off the makeup he put his arms around me and this is when I began to become uncomfortable. I didn't know what to say because we were just friends and I knew he had a girlfriend. A few moments later I moved back from the bathroom into the main living room of the hotel, this is where Tuesday picked me up and put me on his lap. Now at this time I finally said something because I had become way too uncomfortable. I immediately asked him “What are you doing?”
He responded, “You haven't made a move for over 30 minutes.”
I said, “Yeah, that's because you have a girlfriend.”
In our past, I had always reached out to Tuesday, asking him how he was doing and been there for him whenever he wanted to talk about his relationship problems. I was so uncomfortable that I immediately called a Lyft back to my hotel. I got back to my hotel and I told my friend what happened and she comforted me.
I was so disappointed that someone I had trusted and hung out with so many times would put me in such an uncomfortable situation like this. He told me that he would tell his girlfriend what he did and they were still dating after it.
I brushed off this situation for so long because he was my friend and I don't want anything bad to happen to him. What bothered me most about the situation was there was an instance where I was out drinking with my friends and there was a girl that I had just met for the first time. She told me that many of the guys on the team had speculated that I was trying to get Tuesday to cheat on his girlfriend with me. They were telling other people completely different stories about the situation that happened back at the hotel and it hurt me a lot.
I believed what the girl said and the next day I messaged Tuesday and asked him why he dragged me down in front of his teammates making me look like the bad guy. His response was that he shared to his teammates that, “I (me) never made a move on him, but that we both were in the hotel room alone at 2 a.m. or so and drunk so it wasn't always a risky situation.” I felt confused and betrayed. I didn't know who to believe, but I knew that people were painting me out in such a bad light because the way that he shared his story wasn't entirely true.
Instead of contacting all of his teammates I just unfollowed the ones that I had heard said something because the situation hurt me a lot and I just wanted to move past it. I felt like I would create more drama just talking to those who were involved.
I had confronted Tuesday so many times about how messed up the situation was and he told me that he would tell his teammates, but fake rumors spread quick. He wanted to work things out and be friends but ultimately I told him that I never wanted to talk to him ever again nor be his friend.
I just want to let anyone know that it's okay to speak up against those who make you feel really uncomfortable. Thanks for reading.