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Sinatraa Shahzam : Sinatraa Crying Because ShahZaM's Fans Don't Like His Idol Duet

Duel Sinatra ShahZam – After a long hiatus from streaming, likely due to the ongoing investigation into his alleged sexual harassment of his ex-girlfriend Cleo ‘cle0h’ Hernandez, Jay ‘Sinatraa’ Won recently returned to streaming Valorant on Twitch.

During a live stream on September 1st, Sinatraa invited former teammate and renowned pro Valorant player Shahzeb ‘ShahZaM’ to rank mode.

However, it seems that ShahZam fans are not happy with his decision to pair up with Sinatraa.

In just a few rounds, ShahZaM’s chat exploded with hate comments towards Sinatraa. The criticism continued to increase and eventually made Sinatraa burst into tears.

Sinatraa ShahZam Duel – Sinatra Crying During Live Streaming

Throughout the game, Sinatraa looks annoyed while reading his chat and turns off his webcam several times.

Early in the 18th round, Sinatraa burst into tears before saying “it’s so dumb,” and turning off her webcam.

I just hope people know humans,” said Sinatraa, a few minutes after turning on her webcam. “Very sad. This is very sad. Fuck my life.”

ShahZaM, on the other hand, continues to be questioned by his viewers for playing with Sinatraa. However, a few hours later and viewers continued to press him on the subject in the chat.

After switching to sub-only mode, ShahZaM makes one thing very clear: streaming with Sinatraa should not be seen as ‘picking a side’.

While they played the full map, the two quickly parted ways soon after and it’s unlikely they won’t be lining up together again anytime soon.

You can watch the video here

ShahZam Comments

“I was just invited to play and I played,” he told the audience. “To be honest it was a mistake, I put myself in a very bad situation. Forgive me. I didn’t think it would turn into this. ”

“Don’t think that I’m taking a stand or a statement or nonsense. I do not support rape” he continued.

Just hours before this incident, Sinatraa’s replacement, Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo was made a permanent member of the Sentinel team after the purchase of Cloud9 was completed.

Coming from a perfect show at the VCT Stage 2 Masters, it’s highly unlikely we’ll see further roster changes anytime soon.’