Frazier Khattri AKA Kay has recently been kicked out from an esports organization FaZe Clan after his involvement in a cryptocurrency scam scandal and now, he has issued a cease and desist letter to a YouTube investigator Coffeezilla who exposed him and the said action.
Kay was removed last July 2nd from FaZe Clan after his involvement in a pump and dump scheme cryptocurrency scam. He later on denied all the accusations against him last July 10th ano now threatened legal action against a YouTuber that helped expose the alleged scam Coffezilla.
A letter of cease and desist was issued to Coffezilla with a legal notice demanding him to take down all the videos mentional Kay and withdraw all the untrue and defamatory statements he made against the streamer in a public manner.
YouTuber Coffeezilla revealed the full scope of the said legal threat in a new video last July 14th anf he laughed off Kay’s demands. He said that Kay sent him a cease and desist letter for his SAveTheKids video and Kay saying to him that he caused him to lose millions in revenue because of it and also if he didn’t delete the videos, Kay is going to sue him.
The legal notice made against Coffeezilla says that if Kay’s demands aren’t met within 24 hours, he will be sued by the banned streamer. Coffeezilla doesn’t seem intimidated by the letter and joked that he, unfortunately, missed his deadline.
Also, rather than agreeing to Kay’s terms, he doubled down and refused to retract his statements against Kay and said that he won’t delete the video. He then instead went to reveal another crypto scandal Kay was allegedly involved in.
Instead of backing out, he even still provoked Kay and revealed more details regarding his involvement in crypto scams.
YouTube: Kay FaZe Kay was kicked from FaZe Clan due to his involvement in the Save the Kids scandal. Titled “Goodbye FaZe Kay | A New Beginning,” any idea that he might end up rejoining the organization with whom he spent most of his adult life appears to be dead in the water.20-Sept-2021
Kay has reacted by sending Coffeezilla a cease and desist order that demands he takes his videos about the coin down, otherwise he’ll be sued. Kay is claiming that Coffeezilla has caused him “millions” in damage, which has caused Kay’s lawyers to demand the YouTuber retracts his statements and videos.16-Jul-2021
However, four of these members — Kay, Jarvis, Nikan, and Teeqo — have been accused of running ‘pump and dump’ schemes. The most recent incident, which led to Kay being kicked off the FaZe Clan while Jarvis, Nikan and Teeqo have been suspended, had to do with an altcoin called ‘Save The Kids’ ($KIDS).02-Jul-2021
Faze Clan has kicked out one of its members and suspended three others over an alleged influencer crypto “scam”. In a statement published to Twitter, Faze said it had “removed” Frazier Kay from its clan, and suspended Jarvis Khattri, Nikan Nadim and Teeqo until further notice.03-Jul-2021
It’s all culminated in Kay’s exit from Faze – and it’s not looking good for Jarvis, Nikan and Teeqo either. “Faze Clan had absolutely no involvement with our members’ activity in the cryptocurrency space, and we strongly condemn their recent behaviour,” Faze said.03-Jul-2021
Kay has recently been kicked out from an esports organization FaZe Clan after his involvement in a cryptocurrency scam scandal and now, he has issued a cease and desist letter to a YouTube investigator Coffeezilla who exposed him and the said action. Kay was removed last July 2nd from FaZe Clan after his