Disguised Toast Claims Valkyrae Is 'Naive' And 'Susceptible' Amid RFLCT Drama

Disguised Toast Claims Valkyrae Is 'Naive' And 'Susceptible' Amid RFLCT Drama
YouTube | Valkyrae | Disguised Toast

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Jack Marsh

Published 

27th Oct 2021 14:13

As the king of Among Us, getting to understand traits and personalities is one of Jeremy "Disguised Toast" Wang's most valued attributes. He has often used his knowledge of other streamers to manipulate the truth-or-lie game - evident by his year-long 10,000 IQ series on YouTube. 

Having featured in 90% of the trick-meister's Among Us videos, and been a two-year-long friend of Wang's, Rachel "Valkyrae" Hofstetter is rather familiar with being on the receiving end of some classic Toast deception. 

The two formed a tight-knit bond through their ventures on the party game, pouring hours into the game and learning the traits of each other's temperaments. Now, Toast has chimed in on Valkyrae's recent drama surrounding the newly-launched company RFLCT.

Speaking on-stream, Wang suggested that her "naive" and "susceptible" psyche has resulted in her "being taken advantage of" when becoming the face for RFLCT's questioned 'blue light protection' products.

"In the time I’ve known Valkyrae …  she has never shown me to be malicious or calculating. She has shown me to be naive and impulsive, and too trusting. Overly loyal to people and organisations that don’t necessarily deserve her loyalty," he began.

"But she is someone who just sees what’s in front of her very often. And unfortunately, that means she’s susceptible to being taken advantage of."

Wang did deflect some of the blame onto the people around Valkyrae, saying: "Now, that being said, it is also her responsibility, and her team’s responsibility, to make sure if she ever gets into ventures, that it is the right choice."

Valkyrae did recent address the drama surrounding the company, although she revealed that her contract binds the streamer into sticking with RFLCT until it finishes.

 

Jack Marsh
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