Pro Super Smash Bros. aspirant retires after nuisance allegations, spontaneous ban
July 21, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
Professional Super Smash Bros. actor Cristian “Hyuga” Medina has announced his retirement from competition, job a village “a really poisonous environment.” His exit from a Super Smash Bros. stage comes amid debate following this past weekend’s Evo 2016 event, when fellow actor and pennon Victoria “VikkiKitty” Perez purported that Medina had molested her in a center of a night.
Medina addressed a conditions in a summary on Twitter, called “About what happened.”
“I’m not usurpation a ‘facts,’ we never pronounced that,” Medina wrote, referencing posts from Perez and friends that suggested he had certified to a accusation. Instead, he continued, “what we pronounced is that we accept a punishment, given I’m usurpation guilt, shame given we was really dipsomaniac with people that we did not know and in another country, that was my responsibility, and that is why, we accept a consequences.”
These consequences include an spontaneous ban due by several leaders in a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Smash 4) competitive community, in that Medina was a tip player. Although a one-year anathema was not an central ruling, a Global Smash 4 Leadership Group said in a statement, it was “intended to be a recommendation.”
“I do not ever wish to come to USA to play, we do not care, nor do we wish to play in Mexico,” Medina, a Mexico native, pronounced in his Twitter post, responding to a suggested ban. “[From] my perspective, for me, is a really poisonous sourroundings and we RETIRE FROM COMPETITIVE SMASH, right now, we only wish to combine on my life and in my career.”
Medina had sealed his amicable media accounts progressing this week after a allegations came to light, and a matter common tonight is pronounced to sojourn adult for only a few hours. It’s a initial open criticism Medina has done given his sponsor, VGBootCamp, forsaken him from a veteran Super Smash Bros. group in response to a seduction claim.
At a end of his note, Medina offering an reparation to his friends and fans. He also addressed Perez and her boyfriend, another pro Smash Bros. player.
“I apologize again to Vicky and DJ Jack, if what they contend is true,” he wrote.
The eventuality in doubt happened following a Smash Bros. for Wii U finals on Saturday, Jul 16. Medina had competed in this year’s Evo tournament, restraining for 25th place.