Call of Duty pro players Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat and Team Envy’s Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price got in a hilarious war of words after a fan claimed ACHES had mentored the 100 Thieves star.
With many of Call of Duty’s current top stars having previously played with Price, a picture posted on Twitter that showed ACHES as a mentor for players like SlasheR and Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter caught Liddicoat’s eye.
SlasheR immediately responded to the tweet by saying: “Fool didn’t teach me a damn thing,” a claim that ACHE’s refuted, stating that he did, “but by recent performances, you must have forgotten it all.”
Of course I did, but by recent performances you must’ve forgotten it all.— Patrick Price (@ACHES) January 31, 2019
“You keep talking reckless and I’ll fuck around and take your spot [on Team Envy] so Huke has some damn help,” responded Liddicoat, with Price taking aim at 100 Thieves’ shaky start to the Black Ops 4 season by telling SlasheR: “Before you worry about other teams, get 100 Thieves some damn help.”
Help? Before you worry about other teams, get 100T some damn help shit— Patrick Price (@ACHES) January 31, 2019
Clearly entertained by the exchange, Dylan ‘MadCat’ Daly got involved, attempting to arrange a fight between the former teammates, labelling the back and forth as “the best thread ever.”
This is the best thread ever fuck me you man just gotta scrap next— Dylan Daly (@MadCat) January 31, 2019
While ACHES and SlasheR went head-to-head on social media, the pair will soon face off on Black Ops 4 as Team Envy and 100 Thieves have both been drawn in Division B of the CWL Pro League.
Before the two can square off, Division A will take center stage, with the full schedule for the opening week of the tournament released. You can make sure you don’t miss any of the action by using our handy CWL Pro League hub.