> It may have started as an accident, but it blossomed into an amazing friendship. We’re so happy to have @Perkz as part of the #C9FAM and to share our passion of gaming with her Blue heart #PlayTogether
The video from the tweet pretty much provides context for everyone who missed it. Long story short, Perkins holds the Perkz handle on Twitter, someone tagged her instead of Luka (who is C9Perkz) during an LCS match and thus introduced the woman to the world of competitive gaming. The uptick in her fundraising campaigns thanks to Dom and others is a pretty great consequence, too. Travis made an interview with Perkins shortly after.
Here's the tweet from Perkinz:
>'Everything is better when everyone plays together' - this is just incredible to me. I am so proud to be part of an organisation like @Cloud9 whose values around inclusivity and diversity resonate with my own. I hope you enjoy this video!
She in fact, was NOT fine afterwards.
Not only did she break NC after going for a solid 2 months, but she has now had an emotional relapse, set back her healing, gained nothing out of the conversation, and was unfortunately ultimately left on read.
Don’t be an Emily. Don’t text ur ex :)
Happy Easter 🐣🐇🐰
Ref: S7, E19: The Indecision Amalgamation
So Raj basically admits to thinking of seeing his ex, on his first date, and Emily reacts so sweetly. God, I would so love to date a girl like Emily, and Raj was such a lucky guy!
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