Mobile Legends: Bang Bang tears off the long-standing hatred against female gamers and gamers from the LGBTQIA+ community with an empowering music video.
You read that right. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang aka the best game created over the last five years (we’re not even lying) breaks stereotypes with a song from Andrea Brillantes, Alodia, OhMyV33nus, and Renejay called “Tear It Off.”
The music video’s release comes just in time for Women’s Month as more and more female gamers prove that they, too, can fight and win a male-dominated game. Alodia Gosiengfiao is waving! Pabuhat who?
Some even go as far as saying Babae ka lang when at this point in time, women no longer have to prove what they can do because women always CAN!
Then, there’s the LGBTQIA+ community, which, despite having proven time and again that they can secure victory over and over without even trying too hard, still get discriminated against. Yep, just because some people couldn’t stand their awesomeness!
Take for example Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna who has been the target of homophobic remarks for most of his gaming life, getting hate comments simply because he keeps on raising the flag in the international scene. Oh, and he keeps getting called out for being a support player. Like, have you seen what his choice of heroes can do?
Plus, did we mention there’s a #MLBBxSanrio partnership featuring cute Hello Kitty skins you can use while keeping the strength of your favorite heroes!
Thankfully, we have male players like Renejay who inspires Mobile Legends players of various age groups — regardless of gender — to be better and do better. Yep, he is living proof that men can play ML while being respectful at the same time. Talk about a behavior worth emanating!
Who’s to say members of the LGBTQIA+ community and women are mahinang nilalang when we’ve got the best of them out there? Or why call them Nana gods just because they prefer to go for a specific hero — a cool one, if we may add.
Watch the music video below:
It’s 2022. Maybe it’s time to leave that kind of mentality behind and choose to be a hero of own — one that spreads love and not hatred. At the end of the day, inclusivity is a collective responsibility. Now, the question is, are you ready to tear off the prejudice with us?
If yes, how about we all come together to join forces, unite and tear off labels and discrimination by coming together for an upcoming UGC event called #TearItOffChallenge. For more details, you can check out the post below:
You can also use the hashtags #AndreasSecretSurprise #MLBBTearItOff to join the movement!