NICKMERCS takes shots at Nadeshot in first FaZe stream after 100 Thieves exit

FaZe Clan / Instagram: Nadeshot

Nick ‘Fortnite Battle Royale to criticise his former friend in his first broadcast as a member of FaZe Clan

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NICKMERCS shocked fans when he announced that he was leaving 100 Thieves, stating that Nadeshot had broken promises to him, and that he wanted “nothing to do” with the former OpTic Gaming star.

While the reason for the hostility between FaZe’s newest member and Nadeshot remained under wraps to begin with, Drama Alert host Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem revealed that Nadeshot had offered NICKMERCS 5% of 100 Thieves but “didn’t pay up,” a claim that NICKMERCS backed stating: “Ain’t no rumor home. Is what it is.”

Twitter: Logan_DodsonNICKMERCS says he wants “nothing to do” with former friend Nadeshot.
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While Nadeshot has stated that he won’t be addressing the issue between himself and NICKMERCS publicly, it hasn’t stopped the professional Fortnite player from airing his grievances against 100 Thieves and founder Nadeshot, taking another swipe at him in his first Twitch stream as a FaZe Clan member.

After informing his teammates that he was short on materials, NICKMERCS received an offer to share NioRooch’s loot in a 50/50 split, with Kolcheff turning it down and saying: “Let’s do 95/5.”

“Let me get 95%, you get 5%. You cool with that or what?”

NioRooch replied: “Um, yeah. I mean, fuck it. I get 5% though, right?”

NICKMERCS then immediately referenced his issue with 100 Thieves, saying: “Yeah, I mean, we’ll take the materials, we’ll divide them up, but then a little bit down the road it might change a little bit, you know. Word bro. Appreciate that trust. That’s what good friends do, they trust each other.”

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NICKMERCS is one of the most popular Fortnite Battle Royale streamers in the world, and joins FaZe as a huge creator in his own right as the organization face the prospect of losing their biggest star Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, who is currently suing to get out of his contract.

FaZe Clan’s Fortnite Battle Royale team will be back in action this week, as players attempt to secure their spot at the Fortnite World Cup in Week 8 of qualifying, which kicks off on Saturday, June 1.