first, it is entirely relevant, in the OP you acted like you new dead on a personal level and said he wasn't a bad person. If you are objectively reaching any other conclusion than he is a piece of shit from the clips and the way he has acted on social media then i don't know what to tell you
second, I wouldn't say match-fixing is "9999999999999999999999999x" worse than what dead did, dead also got a more reasonable punishment and wasn't banned to set an example. You also didn't address that I said he shouldn't be labeled as a piece of shit forever. If he wants to make up for it, apologize, and admit his wrongdoings, then sure. But in the current situation, he seems more focused on the legacy he will leave with blind followers of mibr than the entire csgo scene. Steel fucked up, eventually owned up to it, and began working with a team that wouldn't be able to compete at the highest level but to help young players learn the ropes of the competitive scene, and that is the legacy he will leave behind.
third, I don't enjoy the situation, I enjoyed watching both mibr and furia, even though it was tough seeing mibr lose and don't think they are as responsible for the chaos situation as people make them out to be, dead really fucked up and he ABSOLUTELY deserves the punishment that he got especially if he is trying to double down and say he did not do anything wrong.
you are right I was rude, and I apologize, but I don't see how you move through life as a sheep, viewing dead as this all righteous human being that cannot do wrong.