Overwatch streamer Sam “Samito” Dawahare will presently don’t be partnered with the Florida Mayhem, the group reported today, after a rant that encouraged self-hurt surfaced over the past few days.
During a May 26 stream, an apparently furious Samito reacted to a watcher in his chat by advising them to “go be braindead somewhere else.” He at that point started an expletive-filled rant, repeatedly insulting the watcher and disclosing to them they didn’t make any difference and to leave his stream.
Toward the finish of the monologue, he tells the watcher “no one loves you, go kill yourself.” The clip can be found on YouTube however incorporates graphic verbal content.
Samito apologized to the watcher, yet the Mayhem took swift action. “The comments made by Samito on his recent stream are unacceptable and in no way represent the values of the Florida Mayhem,” the group wrote in a statement posted on social media.
Samito had been a joined forces content maker with the Florida Mayhem for barely a year, delivering recordings with the group and giving Overwatch content. He was already a flex DPS major part in the Overwatch Contenders scene, playing for groups like Triumph and Phase 2.
In a statement of regret video, Samito said that he “made a mistake” and doesn’t reprimand the Florida Mayhem for its activities against him. “I’m one hundred accountable for my actions,” he said, yet additionally said he was reusing an affront utilized by somebody in a Call of Duty game the prior night.
Samito took steps to make a legitimate move against the first poster of the rant clip for “cropping evidence” and excluding the first original apology.

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