He’s not the Zodiac, he doesn’t have a Ghostface, no no, it’s the Natural Born Killah. And he’s back. On MOUZ. After retiring for VALORANT.
Now that we write it out it doesn’t sound as good.
So, to cheer us all up, here’s a fun fact: This is the first time in 20 years that MOUZ feature a French player. Even when accounting for stand-ins.
Anyways, let’s not beat around the bush. This move is a pretty weird move, and it’s hard to tell how well it will work out. Not only has NBK not played the game in a long while, he’s also pretty much past his prime at 27 years old. Additionally, when he was on OG - his first dip in international waters - things didn’t go crazy good either.
But things have changed. Even though he committed to a whole new adventure, to us it seems like life just wasn’t that nice to him. We applaud him for coming out as a role model for everyone who’s going through the same challenges as him, and there’s plenty to suggest he’s going to work out for MOUZ.
In an interview with his new organisation, he clearly shows what his value will be. The main goals for him lie in reinvigorating talents like frozen and bymas, and even dexter to some extent, and being the rock-solid foundation upon which the team will be able to build.
Being that kind of person requires humility, and a crazy amount of experience, something which none of us can deny NBK surely is in possession of. You don’t come out of the French scene without having learnt at least one or two things about solving drama.
So go NBK, go and conquer the world. Or fail to break the top ten, whichever comes first.
The new MOUZ roster consists of: