There has been an ongoing controversy brewing between Tanmay “Scout” Singh and members of GodLike Esports for a few days now. This follows an earlier online dispute which took place between Scout and Jonathan “Jonathan” Amaral.
To end the current matter, Suraj Nityanand “Neyoo” Majumdar decided to give one final response to Scout. So during his recent livestream, the 22-year-old did not hold back from giving a cracking earful to one of the top gaming personlities in the country.
Neyoo delivers a final scathing response to Scout amid the ongoing controversy
Since the start of this week, a huge controversy has been brewing between Scout and members of GodLike’s BGMI team. In hopes of ending it, Neyoo delivered one final response from his side and touched upon multiple topics.
Neyoo said that Scout said something to Jonathan which was unwarranted and claimed that he only did that out of frustration, continuing his rant for multiple streams despite no response being offered by Jonathan.
He further pointed out that even before the Jonathan incident, Scout had said something when one of his teammates had defeated GodLike Esports during one of the scrim matches.
“Now tell me, what is the need to start a controversy? Did we start it? In all these years did I take his name even once? You guys tell me, when was the last time you heard me take his name?” asked Neyoo to his audience in an attempt to show that it is Scout who initiates such disputes.
Having established that it was Scout who poked them first while they simply ignored his comments, Neyoo says that he then made the mistake of attacking Jonathan who is like a brother to him, forcing him to strike back in his support.
Neyoo goes on to prove how strong is his bond with Jonathan and the rest of the GodLike Esports lineup. He also points out that none of them like to showoff between themselves and trust no one except for each other.
Further, Neyoo while admitting that he does not have any class indirectly says that neither does Scout and reminds him that it is not something that can be bought with money. He mentions both Jonathan and Naman “MortaL” Mathur as examples of personalities who carry themselves well by not engaging in useless controversies.
Coming to Scout’s gameplay in BGMI, Neyoo suggests that he stops playing the game, reminding him that it was a banned title something that Scout had earlier refrianed from playing or streaming.
“We don’t jump around 10 different teams,” states Neyoo, calling out Scout’s past performance by asking him in how many tournaments has he qualified with a team of his own in the last 1.5 years. He directly said that Scout has always been given a slot by teams that manage to qualify and has not achieved them with his own team.
In the last part of his response, Neyoo says that he does not like to flex and explained that he is not interested in buying a car because he does not know how to drive and it is also something his dad advises him not to purchase right now.
He goes on to reveal that a house worth INR 2,00,00,000 was purchased by him as an investment recently and that he will purchase another once the game returns, but I did not gloat about it.
In the end, he tells Scout to call him up by taking his number from someone and also offered to send him the address of the bootcamp so that they can have a chat face-to-face to sort out this matter once and for all.
Neyoo advises him to be more like MortaL and stay humble without judging their standards, or even better just get married because he has heard that people change for the better after marriage.