Cloak issues statement on Tfue’s lawsuit against FaZe Clan

Tfue's teammate shares his side of the story.

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Hours after The Hollywood Reporter reported Fortnite pro Turner “Tfue” Tenney filed a lawsuit against FaZe Clan, Tfue’s teammate Dennis “Cloak” Lepore released a Twitlonger to give some background on his relationship with Tfue and his perspective of the situation.

The two players have known each other for years, but they didn’t begin playing together until after Cloak had signed to FaZe’s Fortnite team. FaZe owner Ricky Banks introduced the two and signed Tfue to the Fortnite team after he proved to have “insane synergy” with Cloak.

Despite mentioning disagreements with some of the organization’s management, Cloak defends Banks, who appeared on Daniel “Keemstar” Keem’s YouTube show “DramaAlert” earlier in the day to deny the claims made in Tfue’s lawsuit.

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“Everything that you see FaZe doing today is because of him,” Cloak wrote about Banks.” He has shown us nothing but love and appreciation as he does every player that has ever played for FaZe.”

Cloak said he is still with the organization and that Tfue will remain his duo partner. Cloak vowed the two will win the Fortnite World Cup and will move in together to continue streaming.