Ninjaboogie Fired By SMG Over Death Of His Mother; Michael Ross Banned

Ninjaboogie, a DOTA 2 player o Twitter alleges Team SMG ‘kicked’ him out because his mother “was in her last days.”

Micheal Ross who is popularly known as Ninjaboogie is a seasoned competitor who has participated in a number of Major and TI competitions.

The Filipino player joined Team SMG but barely lasted three months in January 202.
He returned to the squad and played in the Dota Pro Circuit’s SEA Tour 2 in February 2022.

Team SMG performed admirably, but not well enough to earn a spot in the Stockholm Major and no DPC points.
Team SMG opted to replace Ninjaboogie once more during the following season according to reports.

Details Of Ninjaboogie, Michael Ross On Twitter

Currently, on his twitter account, Ninjaboogie has a bunch of tweets on the with Team SMG.

Sources revealed that Ninjaboogie severs ties with Team SMG once more, but this time he reveals the tumultuous circumstances around the kick.
Team SMG’s position 5 player, Michael “Ninjaboogie” Ross Jr., has left the Dota 2 competitive scene.

As stated by a source, “He has previously worked with the organization on a part-time basis. This time, though, it appears as if the breakdown will be acrimonious. Ninjaboogie alleges he was expelled from Team SMG for a heinous reason.”

Why Is Ninjaboogie Fired?

Team SMG has parted ways with hard support player Michael “Ninjaboogie” Ross Jr. after three months together.

In a statement released today, the Southeast Asian company, which is presently competing in Division I of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022, hailed the 30-year-old for his “enthusiasm, hard work, and commitment.”

Did Ninjaboogie’s Mother Died? Age

According to a source, “the squad booted him because they feared his mother’s death would influence his performance, 30 years of age. His mother, who perished on Monday, had phase four cancer, so he had anticipated “this day would come” for a long time.”

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