Fifakill Apologizes For Use Of Slur

Fifakill, who represents Lando Norris’ esports and gaming content team Quadrant, has apologized for using a homophobic slur while streaming Call of Duty Warzone.

Fifakill admitted to using the word ‘f*g’ in two tweets when he was 13 years old on Twitter. According to the CoD Esports Fandom Wiki, he is now 20 years old.

Fifakill plans to show his support for the LGBTQ+ community by making a personal donation and hosting a charity stream to benefit Stonewall, a UK-based LGBTQ+ rights organization.

On October 6, 2021, at 4 p.m. BST, he’ll be streaming on his Fifakill Twitch channel.

In an age when online personalities, celebrities, and streamers are frequently rebuked for comments made years ago, Fifakill’s approach is refreshingly honest and open, and the community has responded positively.

It also emphasizes the intense scrutiny that celebrities are subjected to, perhaps more than ever before. If you’re a celebrity, your social media accounts will almost certainly be combed.

It’s not always to draw attention to slurs or abusive language; footballer Jack Grealish, who moved to Manchester City earlier this year, deleted old tweets from 2012 in which he praised Manchester United.

Earlier this year, Fifakill was part of a CoD trio that won the World Series of Warzone. On Twitch, he has 227,000 followers.

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