Kuku Fires Again at Staff Timeless After Emphatic Victory With a Now Deleted Tweet
Within the third day’s last collection of TI10’s group stage, T1 defeated Staff Timeless 2-0.
The collection appeared to have concerned some beef as T1’s captain, Carlo “Kuku” Palad took to Twitter following the win to fireside a shot at Staff Timeless.
Kuku tweeted “Bunch of noobs” possible in response to Staff Timeless’s offlaner, Jonáš “SabeRLight-” Volek, who had months earlier handed the identical comment about SEA. Simply minutes later, Kuku deleted the tweet.
On the third day of The Worldwide 10 (TI10)’s group stage, T1, who had struggled thus far, pulled off a dramatic comeback by successful six straight video games to provide themselves a possible shot on the playoffs. Within the day’s last collection, arguably probably the most decisive one, the Southeast Asian (SEA) workforce defeated Staff Timeless 2-0. The collection appeared to have concerned some beef as T1’s captain, Carlo “Kuku” Palad took to Twitter following the win to fireside a shot at Staff Timeless. He tweeted “Bunch of noobs” possible in response to Staff Timeless’s offlaner, Jonáš “SabeRLight-“ Volek, who had months earlier handed the identical comment about SEA. Simply minutes later, Kuku deleted the tweet and posted one other tweet that expressed his happiness at T1’s profitable third day at TI10’s group stage.
Kuku makes a salty remark after taking down Staff Timeless; deletes tweet later
The ultimate collection of day 3 of TI10’s group stage featured T1 and Staff Timeless. Even if Staff Timeless put up a powerful combat all through the 2 video games, T1 constantly had the higher hand. On account of the early lead and the superior teamfighting capacity of T1, the Southeast Asian workforce gained the collection 2-0 to complete the day undefeated.
Kuku responded to this win with a relatively salty comment that has since been deleted on Twitter.
In April 2021, SaberLight- made an analogous comment about SEA. The captain of his workforce, David “MoonMeander” Tan Boon Yang, had initially tweeted that North America, just like the overwhelming majority of different areas, deserved a wild card slot within the Dota Professional Circuit (DPC). Following this, a consumer commented that for North America to realize one slot, one other area needed to lose one which they deserved. This led him to ask MoonMeander which area was unworthy of its slot. In response, SabeRLight- had tweeted, “sea, bunch of noobz.”
SabeRLight- later eliminated this remark after a heated debate broke out within the SEA group. As he clarified in a subsequent tweet, his comment was a joke and he apologized to anybody who was offended by it.
Regardless that this incident occurred months in the past, plainly Kuku nonetheless remembered it and returned the favor. The 2 video games additionally featured SaberLight- being tipped by T1 on a couple of event, and Kuku typing “xD” within the all-chat at one level within the second sport after killing him.
So far as TI10 is worried, each Staff Timeless and T1 are actually degree within the factors desk. The 2 groups have a practical probability of ending among the many prime 4 to earn an entry into the higher bracket of the playoffs. T1 will play Thunder Predator on the ultimate day of the group stage, whereas Staff Timeless will play Evil Geniuses.