Jason ‘jasonR‘ Ruchelski, a former CSGO pro and Valorant streamer, had a beef with fellow streamer Tarik ‘Tarik‘ Celik, and now 100 Thieves CEO Matthew ‘Nadeshot‘ Haag has come to Tarik’s defense.
After randomly encountering each other in Valorant’s ranked matchmaking, Tarik and JasonR got into it live on stream.
Jason referred to Tarik as a “L friend” for failing to defend him after the sexism allegations, but Tarik simply stated that his behavior was “weird” and that he would not play with him as a result.
Jason later apologized and stated that he was taking responsibility for his actions, and Tarik stated that he “felt bad” that he and his stream were benefiting from Jason’s backlash.
Nadeshot was quick to assuage Tarik’s fears, claiming that he had nothing to be concerned about in the situation.
Following the altercation with Tarik, JasonR stated, “I will no longer be avoiding these online situations” and apologized for his actions, indicating that things may change.
It’s unclear whether Tarik still feels bad about the situation, but it’s safe to say Nadeshot was on his side. Once Tarik has recovered from his ordeal, he may consider Rolexes.