Eh, I kinda just expected a little more from kotaku, reading the room doesn’t seem too hard at this point
“ProJared also quietly moves past the fact the kid states he passed his GCSEs (which would’ve happened during that time frame PJ described) which are largely a rote memory exercise at times having done them myself. So if this kid had no memory, how would he be capable of studying for, sitting, and passing exams?” Read more
you literally ignore ALL the evidence?! such as the message that been published that CLEARLY shows him asking the accuser’s age BEFORE allowing them to send anything?! doesn’t sound indiscriminate to me. as for behaving like him, i can already tell you that much isnt true. not that i will have to prove it since your… Read more
“Something Something power imbalance! Something Something HE’S GUILTY NO MATTER WHAT.” That’s Kotaku’s basic stance on anything. There’s only an imbalance of power if you let there be one. If you put yourself at a disadvantage, don’t be surprised when someone takes advantage of you.
No, the evidence he presented does.
“Guilty even if proven innocent." Classy.
So you think the marriage issues that never should have been anyone's business and a consenting adult doing adult things with other consenting adults were the bulk of the shittiness, not the falsely accused pedophilia? That says more about you than him.
“Wannabe rockstar”? So your take is that he just wasn’t famous ENOUGH to be a consenting adult doing adult things with other consenting adults. Cool.
Well at the very least I’m going to look at both sides, their Twitter and videos, then come to a conclusion myself. These bandwagons everyone treads are too frightening in the “join us or die” mentality.
I’m fully prepared to either stay in the grays or get a million people slamming me (or both!) but here goes. When the controversy first flared up I was fully on board with cancelling him. Everything I read or watched made him seem like a monster. But out of curiosity I watched his video when it popped a few days ago… Read more