Jenkins Performs a Casual Rap Roasting SumaiL During a Livestream
Dota 2 analyst Andrew "Jenkins" Jenkins might occasionally bore viewers with his lame jokes and antics, but he never ceases to strive for amusement. Whatever Jenkins does, whether playing, providing analysis on panels, commentating on games, or livestreaming, he is always in his lively element. One of his recent livestreams featured him rapping about Nigma Galaxy's midlaner Syed "SumaiL" Hassan, where he casually roasted him. Using rhyme, Jenkins said that whatever team SumaiL goes to, it is an “epic fail.” By misstating some facts about SumaiL and his current team, Jenkins made the rap even more comical.
Jenkins roasts SumaiL on Twitch livestream with an eccentric rap
During a recent Twitch livestream, Jenkins was talking with his friend Jason "Newsham" Newsham and then just segued into a wacky rap aimed at SumaiL.
“You wanna talk about how we derail, let’s talk about this f**king SumaiL. Every team he goes on, it’s an epic fail. Team Secret, he plays like a f**king snail…But now, I don’t remember which team he is on. (Nigma Galaxy) Nigma Galaxy, they didn’t want - oh shit, that’s too soon (laughs).
Jenkins delivered the rhyme in a lighthearted tone. For SumaiL, the success he was accustomed to before he left Evil Geniuses in 2020 has been quite elusive. While he has played for some of the best teams in the world, such as OG, Team Secret, and Nigma Galaxy, no significant tournament victory has been achieved.
Having forgotten that SumaiL now plays for Nigma Galaxy and not for Team Secret, Jenkins then forgot that Nigma Galaxy did not qualify for The International 11 (TI11) last chance qualifier. However, this only dawned on him after he had made another short rap with incorrect information.
“They are in the last chance qualifier, they are gonna beat Topson, and they are gonna raise higher. They are gonna play TI and they are gonna win. They are out dude. They are not in the last chance qualifier, they are out.”
While Nigma Galaxy had been considered one of the favorites in the Western Europe regional qualifier for TI11, the team failed to meet expectations and was eliminated by archrivals Team Secret in the lower bracket quarterfinals.
Even though SumaiL and Nigma Galaxy's near future might not involve much since TI11 is just around the corner, it remains to be seen what the team will be up to and whether they will continue to stick together after the typical roster rotation that follows TI11.
Sébastien "Ceb" Debs is one such player who has competed against Nigma a great deal, and Ceb had stated that after the TI11 regional qualifier loss some Nigma players may retire soon.