Boombl4 wants to join team from Europe, is going to make rap alongside CS:GO career


In a recent post shared by Escorenews.comKirill "Boombl4" Mikhaylov sheds light on his current career plans. He thinks that the best option for him would be joining a European team. Ex-NAVI captain posted his thoughts on Telegram.

Wanted to touch on a question that's on everyone's mind — my new team. Right now I feel that one of the hardest parts of my life is over. I have clear goals and demands for myself and my new team. No doubt, a good start of my history without NAVI would be a team from Europe. We will see which one and how it's all going to go.

Making bets on my transfer is a great PR. A dude who came up with this idea is a genius, but I don't support that.

Kirill "Boombl4" Mikhaylov

Boombl4 also shared that he wants to start  making rap songs. He said that it's not going to hinder his CS:GO career, and he will be doing it just for the love of it. Earlier he posted photos from a studio and talked how he is working hard on his rhymes.

My creative work. The amount of people that voiced their support for me in June pushed me to new things. Contrary to your possible guesses, it doesn't interfere with my training, personal game, and analysis of the potential future opponents. I play, study, and improve what's lacking in my gameplay with the same joy. But come on, people could write books on my history, so why shouldn't I drop some bars on a beat for my pleasure?

Kirill "Boombl4" Mikhaylov

Earlier Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev commented on Boombl4's perspectives as a replacement for Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen in G2 Esports. NAVI star thinks that "knowing him", the organization is not going to sign Boombl4, but "everything is in his hands".
On July 17, Mikhaylov teased his fans on Telegram. He said that he is going to "fly abroad to create something interesting", but didn't specify anything since. Because of timing of the message, some people assumed he is talking about joining G2. 

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