The career of female Tekken 7 player from Japan is considered to have ended after this disastrous statement.
The story of “learning to eat, learn to talk…” of famous characters in the Esports village has long been no longer a new topic. There are many cases where famous e-sports stars have self-destructed their careers just because of abusive situations. And the story of Kana “Tanukana” Tani – Female Tekken 7 player born in 1992 from Japan, is such a case.
Recently, this girl was fired by the governing organization Cyclops Athletic due to inappropriate statements on live broadcast. Specifically, Tanukana declared to the audience that: “Men with a height of less than 1m70 have no human rights”. She even “advised” the audience that if anyone is less than 1m70 tall, they should have leg lengthening surgery.
Immediately after this statement, Tanukana suffered a storm of criticism on social networks, even her fanclub representative stated that she would not support any idol with such silly statements. Although a small number of fans have defended Tanukana that the phrase “human rights” she mentioned is actually just a term in the game, the fact that this female player directs the attack towards “men”. less than 1m70” is indisputable.
After that, Tanukana posted a comment with the content of apologizing to fans as well as the audience for his “stupid” statement, but what he said can’t be retracted, Tanukana has been managed by the organization. liquidate the contract due to his “body shaming” statement. This female player’s professional career is also considered to be over, when the wave of protests in the community is extremely intense.
Not only that, Tanukana is also at risk of being sued and compensated, when according to experts, Red Bull Sponsor is also extremely angry at the female gamer’s outrageous move, because it has caused have little impact on the brand. If it is confirmed that there is behavior that affects the brand or the loss of Red Bull’s revenue, it is not excluded that Tanukana will be entangled in a legal round with this giant.
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