After reading several posts and with some free time, i want to respectfully give my opinion to the South American community, and this obviously includes Brazil.
what many fail to understand is that it is a rather retrograde discussion, the guy is not racist and the reasons are obvious.
you can't call someone racist for a meme that offends no one, it's irresponsible
you incite hatred towards this person without foundations and also hatred between regions that share the same objective
he is a person who has defended his teammates from "bodyshaming" by calling a rival a GTA gangster in a scrim. why that discussion escalated so high being something private
it also doesn't make sense that influencers and people who work for Riot Brasil echo this hatred on social networks because it's a cheap discussion, and confronting racism is about more important things... bro... it's unreal
the boy could end up with a quite severe depression due to the harassment he receives and which can be read everywhere
racism is not about fan fights on social networks, it is about behaviors that we all together must eliminate from our day to day
*to clarify: i am not saying that there is racism in sayings alluding to ethnic, i am just saying that this is not the case