WWE Star Slams Kanye West Following Recent Controversy

Kanye West

Kanye West has been drawing the ire of the wrestling community lately after he made bizarre accusations against Jewish people.

On Instagram, Kanye West posted a screenshot of an alleged text conversation he had with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs where he accused Combs of being somehow controlled by Jewish people.

Then, on October 8th, he took to Twitter to say he would go “death con 3” – likely meaning DEFCOM 3 – on Jewish people and made baseless accusations of Jews “blackballing” people who “oppose their agenda”. The tweet has since been removed and his account locked.

WWE and AEW wrestlers speak out about Kanye West

AEW star MJF soon made his feelings on the matter known. In a now-deleted tweet, he said he isn’t shocked by West’s comments, but questioned why society does little to address antisemitism.

Now, WWE star Top Dolla has taken to Twitter to ask why people pay attention to West, calling him a “delusional lunatic”.

“I can’t believe y’all still care about Kanye, I been off the delusional lunatic for 7 years now…”

In response to a fan who accused him of making light of Kanye West potentially having mental health issues, Top Dolla responded with his own personal experiences of bipolar disorder.

“My mother was bi-polar. I hate when people pretend Kanye acts like he does because of mental disorder. He acts like this for attention. He says wild shit so that people will talk about him and keep him in the topic of discussion, and nothing else.”

The Hit Row star finished up with a tweet calling for Kanye to be ‘cancelled’.

Hit Row on SmackDown

Since returning to SmackDown in August alongside B-Fab, Top Dolla and Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis have taken the tag team division by storm, defeating Maximum Male Models and Los Lotharios and just coming up short in a Fatal Four-Way match to determine the Number 1 Contenders to The Usos Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships.

However, in recent weeks, they have begun a rivalry with Legado Del Fantasma – Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde, Cruz Del Toro and Zelina Vega – who attacked them on the October 7th edition of SmackDown. The following week, Del Toro and Wilde defeated Hit Row in just over a minute thanks to interference from Escobar.