Bren Esports’ owner is wanted by the police after links to a $33 Million Drug bust

Bernard “Bren” Chong is currently being hunted down over alleged drug smuggling!

Bren Esports, the South Asian Esports organization based out of the Philippines involved in mobile games like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Clash Royale, Arena of Valor, and others, is now embroiled in controversy over the owner, Bernard “Bren” Chong reportedly being involved in a drug bust case where the authorities intercepted the shipment of upwards of 270 kilograms of Shabu (methamphetamine) back in 2019 worth $33 Million through the Manila International Container Port. 

Bren’s shipping company apparently paid for the shipping of Methamphetamine 

Bren happens to be involved in many different endeavors including being a franchisee for Tim Hortons, developing apps like Lyka, and the Esports team. He is also involved in a venture into cargo shipping services. His shipping company, Fortuneyield Cargo Services Corporation, was apparently directly involved in the drug deal and paying for the costs of the drugs.

Bernard took to Twitter to defend himself against the accusations

After looking into the drug deal, the National Bureau of Investigations linked the owner of Bren Esports to the drug bust and an arrest warrant is currently out for him. According to Bilyonaryo, Bren Chong was also involved in certain other criminal activities. Despite all that, Bernard “Bren” Chong still took to Twitter to defend himself. He stated that these accusations weren’t true and that his name was being tarnished by them.

In his final tweet, he says “I believe in the justice system that protects the innocent, and the truth will always prevail. I hope this clarifies any doubts you have, and thank you for your support during these trying times.”. Now he’s still going to stand trial if and when he’s taken under arrest and that should decide what his fate really would be.

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