After on-screen manager/promoter A.W. (Brian Jossie) was released from the WWE on Friday, WrestleScoop.com is reporting that a WWE spokesman has stated that A.W. was released due to his continued use of offensive and inappropriate remarks in public settings following his initial and infamous remark on the July 30 episode of RAW.
In addition, a representative for the WWE told TMZ.com, “Unfortunately, Brian Jossie, playing the character of A.W. was terminated because he continued to exhibit poor judgment by making offensive and inappropriate comments on live television and on social media.”
Following his release, Brian Jossie took to Twitter to post several rants about his release, stating “I’ve offended the wrong people that taught me how to have ATTITUDE. It was the WWE that made me bold and now it has turned its back on me.” The released talent continued to rip the WWE, saying “Let this be a lesson to up and coming talent in the WWE, don’t try and be great like The Rock or Stone Cold. WWE isn’t the same….”
The outraged ex-talent continued to rip into the WWE and it’s practices, using Twitter for his war against the company, saying the following:
“Just be normal, shut up, and be a yes man so you can collect your check and feel like your special. #SELLOUTS!!”
“I remember a time when the WWE didn’t care about breaking the mold, but now everyone is so afraid of their own shadow. #RememberTheFans”
“I really do hope Linda [McMahon] wins that election [for the Connecticut Senate seat]. If not, then all of this BS has been for nothing. #GoLinda”
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