Ninja, TSM Myth and Nadeshot Defend KEEMSTAR's Friday Fortnite Tournament After Di3sel Criticism - Dexerto
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Ninja, TSM Myth and Nadeshot Defend KEEMSTAR’s Friday Fortnite Tournament After Di3sel Criticism

Published: 19/May/2018 22:28 Updated: 3/Apr/2019 23:20

by Calum Patterson

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A number of high profile streamers and YouTubers including Ninja, TSM’s Myth and 100 Thieves owner Nadeshot, have spoken up in defense of the Friday Fortnite tournament hosted by KEEMSTAR.

Despite the tournament’s success, organizer Daniel “KEEMSTAR” Keem was criticized following the conclusion of the second iteration on May 18th.

Popular streamer Mike “Di3sel” Carr questioned KEEMSTAR’s suitability as the ‘public face’ of the tournament, saying he is ‘toxic.’

KEEMSTAR quickly fired back, explaining that his hosting of the tournament was done with purely good intentions in order to grow the competitive Fortnite scene and promote the many top streamers and YouTubers taking part.

And now, some of the most high profile of these participants have also come to KEEMSTAR’s defense.

Owner of esports organization 100 Thieves Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag was first to stand up for KEEM’s involvement in the Friday Fortnite tournament.

Shortly after, TSM Fortnite player Ali “Myth” Kabbani also contributed to the debate, explaining that the situation was not ‘black and white’, and that there is no personal connection implied by participation in the tournament.

Finally, the most popular Fortnite streamer and former professional esports player, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, attempted to calm the situation. Explaining that regardless of Di3sel’s personal issues with KEEMSTAR, the tournament was nothing but positive.

The Friday Fortnite tournament is set to take place once again this coming week, on Friday May 25th.

KEEMSTAR released a video entitled ‘final statement’, putting to rest the public dispute.

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Why Millie Bobby Brown has deleted her TikTok

Published: 30/Nov/2020 7:09 Updated: 30/Nov/2020 11:14

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Millie Bobby Brown deleted her TikTok account and her fans have been left wondering what happened that led to her departure.

Millie Bobby Brown exploded in popularity after all the success of Stranger Things in the past few years. However, fans have been drawn to her bright and bubbly personality too, and she’s developed a big presence on social media

Millie Bobby Brown has almost 40 million followers on Instagram. It was always her biggest platform. However, her TikTok was incredibly popular too. It featured all kinds of content, including clips of her singing, dancing, and recreating viral trends like a normal teenager.

She has now deleted her TikTok, which came as a huge surprise to her millions of followers, and many are left wondering if and when she’ll return to the video-sharing platform.

 

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Nothing stopped her fans from speculating about some of the reasons why she might have disabled her account, which had around 16.2 million followers, and 158.4 million clip likes.

Although she didn’t address the situation directly, Millie appeared to post a short explanation to her Instagram story, saying “realizing that surrounding yourself with positivity is the happiest way of living! No hate, and only love. Remember to be kind. Thank you.”

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Millie posted an explanation on Instagram

It’s not the first time Brown has deleted a social media account either. She deleted her Twitter account all the way back in 2018 due to a series of “disgusting” memes, and she may very well have done the same this time around too.

 

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Of course, her TikTok videos will be sorely missed. They always managed to brighten people’s days. Still, it’s important to remember there’s an actual person behind the spotlight.