[Rw]Joel wrote:Well we can give a super brief detail like
X guy have allegedly scammed y 520m
If they want more details they'll go to the newsletter
'Allegedly' doesn't mean he DID, and it can destroy his image.
'Allegedly' is used to protect the person from being judged/accused.
That word is specifically meant to SOFTEN the blow to image, if anything.
If players are then (literally) illiterate that's not the fault of the reporter. A reporter is neutral and thus uses prefixed words like "allegedly", "supposedly", "express concerns", "physical altercation", "intoxicated", shit like that without saying or judging it.
They could also leave it out, and bluntly say "The nigger really did undeniably complain/nag about a fight while being piss-drunk"
Or: "The colored man supposedly expressed concerns about the physical altercation whilst being intoxicated"
Ur choice reh, but you really have no point here. I'm just overly pointing that out to you now.