Popular NBA 2K content creating group DF Clan has announced on Twitter it is disbanding after four years.
The news was shared on the microblogging platform yesterday (Tuesday 8 March) in a statement announcing the end of DF on the clan’s official page.
Following the gaming clan’s tweet, fans have since wondered what happened to the DF Clan. Let’s take a look…
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Who are DF Clan?
DF Clan is a content creator group that features within the NBA 2K gaming community.
The clan, whose name stands for Dedicated Forever, was founded by Power DF in 2018, who went on to become known as its leader. Content creators Easy Breezy and Grinding also joined Power as co-leaders of the clan.
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‘End of DF’ post stris fans
On Tuesday, the official DF Clan page announced “the end of DF” after four years to its 49,300 followers on Twitter. Following the news, many fans took to the comments as they reacted to the clan disbanding:
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What happened to DF Clan?
On Tuesday, DF Clan member Luck TV, announced he had left DF on Twitter. He confirmed the news in a two-part post that featured two videos explaining why.
In the videos, Luck TV shared alleged past audio messages from Power discussing Luck TV editing both his and co DF Clan leader Grinding videos and Grinding’s rising success at the time.
Power has also released a statement on Twitter to his 204,600 followers as he apologised to Grinding and addressed the situation:
The Focus reached out to Power for comment on the situation, and in a statement, he responded: “Two years ago I made an enormous mistake that there is absolutely no excuse for. I worked to prevent my editor from also working with my friend grinding and even tried to slow down his work because I didn’t want to share an editor and was obsessed with competing with a friend. Words can not express how sorry I am. That was wrong then and wrong now. I am not the same person I was two years ago but I accept full responsibility and will work towards proving to everyone that they can trust me again.”
The Focus has also contacted Grinding for comment regarding the situation.