FaZe Clan’s Doug ‘Censor’ Martin has made fresh claims against the alleged CoDBurner, claiming he lied about his real job last year when in a meeting with Censor and OpTic player Ian 'Crimsix' Porter.
CoDBurner is well known in the Call of Duty esports community, after providing a number of leaks - many of which proved to be true - including upcoming roster changes and inside information from the past year.
The former manager of OpTic Gaming star Crimsix, Taylor Keating, vowed to reveal the identity of the infamous leaker after parting ways with his client. Keating posted who he believed was the real CoDBurner on July 12, and Censor was quick to share his interaction with the alleged source.
Censor claims that the alleged leaker, known as Edgar or 'the rich guy' (as the CoDBurner referred to him), sat with him and Crimsix last year, asserting that he was an employee at Goldman Sachs – an investment company and bank based in New York.
However, Censor then revealed that his uncle was the former vice president of Goldman Sachs, who dismissed Edgar's claim, explaining that the name in question “did not exist” at the company.
This CODBurner dude was sitting down with me and Crim at Seattle last year and told us he worked at Goldman Sachs. My uncle was a VP of that company (was VP during the that time) and when I asked him about his name he told me he didn’t exist.— FaZe Censor (@Censor) July 13, 2019
Full of shit people man. https://t.co/yvB6hpoWLO
Censor went on to say he grilled the alleged leaker even further, questioning whether he knew of his uncle, to which he replied that “he was a douche” before changing the subject.
The FaZe Clan star’s sister, Christina, added weight to the argument that he was indeed lying, suggesting it was “obvious” that he had never met their uncle, accusing him of “spewing trash”.
He tried paying for my dinner I didn’t let him give me a dollar. Everything about him screamed fraud. I don’t want any of my long time COD friends to get involved with people like him. https://t.co/obgqkpuJaD— FaZe Censor (@Censor) July 13, 2019
He continued to state his reasoning behind his tweets, stating he “didn’t want this guy in our community whatsoever”, vowing to do “whatever needs to be done” to make sure he is no longer involved with professional Call of Duty.
I’m not under any NDA. I don’t want this guy involved in our community whatsoever. I’ll do whatever needs to be done to make sure of that. https://t.co/6M95mhFgPd— FaZe Censor (@Censor) July 13, 2019
With no response yet from the man accused of being the CoDBurner, only time will tell if his leaking will come to an end, once and for all.
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