"The Single Most Unprofessional Person I’ve Encountered" - WWE Artist Responds To Velveteen Dream's Release
Dream's departure was reported on Thursday
Long-term WWE artist Rob Schamberger has seemingly described Velveteen Dream as 'the single most unprofessional person I've encountered' after taking to social media following his release from the promotion.
Reports circulated and were corroborated that Dream had been let go by WWE on Thursday. The 25-year-old, who first appeared on WWE Tough Enough in 2015, last featured on NXT in a defeat to Adam Cole on the December 23, 2020 episode and faced accusations of sexual misconduct towards underage individuals during the Speaking Out Movement.
Taking to Twitter not long after reports of Dream's departure from WWE began to surface, Schamberger appeared to question the former North American champion's professionalism.
He wrote: "Without saying anything further: He was the single most unprofessional person I’ve encountered in this business. I hope this is the wake up call he needs to start doing the emotional work to become a better person. All told."
Schamberger’s designs are printed on a variety of WWE merchandise, including t-shirt designs, and he also hosts the Canvas 2 Canvas YouTube show.