HusKerrs posts new update on his feud with Nickmercs
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HusKerrs posts new update on his feud with Nickmercs

By Tekato Longkumer Updated: May 13, 2021 11:43 pm
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Dimapur, May 13 (EMN): Jordan “HusKerrs” Thomas has finally opened up about his situation regarding the ongoing bad blood between him and fellow Twitch streamer, Nicholas “Nickmercs” Kolcheff.

HusKerrs took to Twitter on Thursday and shared a link to a TwitLonger post where he revealed that he cannot play with TimTheTatman (Timothy John Betar) and Cloakzy (Dennis Lepore) because of his feud with Nickmercs.

In the TwitLonger post HusKerrs wrote, “Several months ago, Symfuhny and I played against Nickmercs and Swagg in a Warzone duos kill race tournament. The way these tournaments worked is that one team would host the first map, and the other team would host the second map; Swagg hosted the first map. After the first map was over, Symfuhny and I went to take host, and we ran into stream snipers and cheaters several times, which forced us to restart the map a couple of times. Nick then asked me to let Swagg host to reduce the risk of cheaters since he was on PS4 at the time, but I refused because we deserved to get host like the rules said.”

According to HusKerrs, he didn’t want Swagg to host because firstly, it wasn’t part of the rules and secondly, it could potentially hand over the advantage to Nickmercs and Swagg.

Shortly after this minor spat in Call of Duty: Warzone, the situation took a turn for the worst after Nickmercs‘ fans starting abusing HusKerrs online ultimately forcing him to put his “chat in a sub-only mode for long periods.”

“For the last 3 months, I’ve had to put my chat in a sub-only mode for long periods because of people from Nick’s community constantly coming over and spreading hate and toxicity. There are also multiple comments from his community on many of my tweets, IG posts, YouTube videos, and TikToks. I understand Nick has a huge platform with thousands and thousands of fans that he can’t directly control, but the fact that his community has continued to do this for months after the arguments ended baffles me,” wrote HusKerrs.

A few months after the Warzone incident, Nickmercs unfollowed HusKerrs on Twitter to which HusKerrs perceived as a disrespectful gesture. He accused Nickmercs of “being petty about the tournament” and that he was acting like a “manbaby”.

“Fast forward a couple months—Nick hits me with the unfollow on Twitter, which in my eyes is a “fuck you” to fellow streamers, and that same day some dude in my chat asked me the same question. Annoyed about the entire situation and the unfollow, I told my chat that Nick was being petty about the tournament and acted like a manbaby,” wrote HusKerrs.

HusKerrs also mentioned that Nickmercs called him names such as “5’7 fruitcake”, “weirdo” and a “loser” while being live on stream. This clearly didn’t go down well with HusKerrs and he warned him about talking too much.

HusKerrs went on to explain how Nickmercs‘ community has poured more fuel into the fire and the situation was clearly so out of control that he may never get a chance to play with TimTheTatman and Cloakzy since Nickmercs was almost always part of the same group.

However, HusKerrs opines that the “most upsetting part” of the whole situation was that Nickmercs’ Twitch moderators and his own graphic artist jumped into harassing other people that HusKerrs associates with. This, according to HusKerrs, was unacceptable and frustrating despite Nickmercs asking fans not to involve strangers in the feud.

HusKerrs wrote, “The most upsetting part of this all and what ultimately caused me to speak up about this publicly was what transpired yesterday and this morning. Yesterday, I posted a selfie with someone on Twitter, and within hours I had at least one of Nick’s twitch mods, his own graphic artist that works for him, and people that Nick follows harassing both me and the other person in the picture.”

It is quite clear that the online feud between HusKerrs and Nickmercs has gone out of control and it is clearly affecting the personal lives of both parties involved. It might be a long time before we see both streamers rocking their gear in a team along with TimTheTatman and Cloakzy like old times but we never know how things will eventually turn out.

In the end, HusKerrs stated, “I don’t hate Nick and I never have. I’m not out to get him. There is literally no good reason for me to have bad blood with him. I was very frustrated with how things happened and spoke up about it. We both could’ve handled it differently, but at the end of the day this needs to be squashed because I’m tired of constantly dealing with hatred and toxicity. I’d be more than happy to speak with Nick privately to end this, but I felt it necessary to inform people of everything that happened so they have a better understanding.”

By Tekato Longkumer Updated: May 13, 2021 11:43:08 pm