The management of AEW star Tay Conti have issued a statement after the Brazilian deleted her Twitter account following a barrage of online abuse.
Tay Conti had deactivated her Twitter account following a torrent of abuse she received in the aftermath of Sammy Guevara announcing the end of his engagement to Pam Nizio.
Sammy Guevara and his long-time girlfriend were engaged after he proposed to her in an AEW ring in their hometown of Houston, Texas ahead of the August 18th, 2021 episode of Dynamite. Just three months later, on December 18th, he released a statement on Twitter announcing that the two were no longer in a relationship:
“I know a lot of you have supported us for a long time and we have appreciated it so much over the past several years. Since you’ve all given us so much love and support we figured we owed it to y’all to let you know that we are no longer in a relationship. We still love each other and wish nothing but the best for one another. We would appreciate your kindness and respect our privacy during this time.”
Guevara has since followed up with another statement following Tay Conti deleting the social media account:
“This shouldn’t have to be said… but my relationship with Pam ending had nothing to do with ANYONE else. Pam and I broke up back in October and just now felt was the time to make it publicly known. So please stop pointing fingers and looking for someone to blame.”
Conti has in recent months appeared in Sammy Guevara’s weekly YouTube vlogs along with regular ‘Vlog Crew’ members such as Alan Angels, Griff Garrison, and Fuego Del Sol.
Now the former NXT stars management team, XPAND Marketing Agency, have issued a statement regarding Conti’s social media hiatus on her Instagram account:
“This is Tay’s management team writing to let you know Tay is doing good but will be stepping away from social media for a couple days.
In the meantime, we will be posting on Tays behalf throughout the week. This includes normal posts as well as some sponsored posts that we have already recorded earlier in the month that must be posted this week.
Thank you for reading, Happy Holidays from Tay & her management team!”
Most recently on AEW television Tay Conti defeated rival Penelope Ford on AEW Rampage in a Submission match.