i completely disagree with this: "you guys are not fans of brazilian cs, you don't support the teams that are out there out know performing and carrying our flag."
yes, brazilian fans are divided, it is a fact. but, for example, true brazilian cs fans were really cheering for furia (even tho there still are a lot of mibr fans that dislike furia because of what happened in the past), godsent, pain and sharks in the major. ofc, not with the same intensity or quantity, but a brazilian team is still a brazilian team, especially in a major.
also, i don't think people cheering for the last dance makes them forget completely about other br teams or stop cheering for them. although it is normal to have a favorite team, there are a lot of brazilians out there who keep on cheering for other teams (for example, i am a mibr fan but i still cheer for other brazilian teams, such as godsent, pain, furia, team one, 00nation, etc)
i read a lot of comments and it's safe to say the community wants the last dance to remind the all they've accomplished in the past and to watch that legendary lineup play together again and for one last time
to complete, i agree with what you said about people following what Taco and Felps are doing in GODSENT, i do believe it is a great thing to do and will have a great impact in the future. but i also think it is possible to do so after the players retire, as a coach or sth that works closely with the players, that helps develop them