At a recent video game competition in Texas, Pro Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Garbage player talks about 15 years after winning an important match against the young player. the Smashing Community reaction was mostly negative, and things only got worse for the trash-talking professional when the kid’s mom got involved and slammed the sore winner, calling him a “loser” with the phrase “without class.”
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Le Tide City 2023, a major multi-game esports event, was held over the May 13-14 weekend in Texas. It was one of the biggest games shown at the event Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo’s popular platform fighting game that pairs various characters from various Nintendo franchises with guest characters into a gigantic, chaotic mess. And during a Top 8 match of the weekend, Smashing forefront Enrique “Meister” Hernandez He allegedly became intense and negative with his 15-year-old rival, It is known as syrup.
As I mentioned dexerto, after winning the match against Schrab, Meister allegedly bumped fists and then said to the younger player, “You suck.” Esports player Judd “Jackal” Harris He tweeted a screenshot of the direct messages Describing the incident after the fact.
Meister would end up finishing third in the tournament, also winning the doubles championship at the event.
Schrab’s mother takes to Twitter to criticize Meister
After the match, Meister took to Twitter to try and justify the kid’s trash talk. But Schrab’s mother jumped in then, Reply to the professional player himself. She does not mince words, telling Meister that he is a loser and has no “sportsmanship”.
“As an adult, I think players like you have no class, no sportsmanship, even if you win, you’re still a loser all around,” she wrote on Twitter. “I have the utmost respect for all players but you are so low! Without a doubt.”
Shortly after this response, Meister deleted his initial tweet which attempted to justify his actions and Post a longer apology. According to Meister, he has tried talking to Shrub since the accident but the kid doesn’t seem interested. He said he “shouldn’t have spoken to him” not only because of his young age, but also because the young competitor “did nothing for me and said nothing to me before, during or after” the match.
“[Syrup] He’s a great player with a lot of potential, he got ninth in a big game tonight for a reason. “What I said is unacceptable, and I’m sorry,” Meister said.
Kotaku I contacted Meister and Sherp about the situation.
As for why Meister said what he said, the pro says that while that’s no “excuse” he claims he forgot how young he was to drink. He ended his statement and apology promising to learn from his mistakes and “do a better job in these situations moving forward”.
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Meanwhile, Schrab’s mother’s tweet on Meister went viral in the Smashing community and has received an outpouring of support from other players and fans for her actions. (It no doubt helped that all of this happened the day after Mother’s Day.)
And in response to all the good wishes of her son Shurrab and her support for her tweet, Orchid thanked everyone For their “kind words, support and wishes for Mother’s Day.” She added that she is “really grateful and touched” for all the support she has given her son.
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