Top Dolla Reveals How Hit Row 'Upset' WWE Officials
The entire faction was released earlier this month
Top Dolla believes the source of speculation about him rubbing people the wrong way in WWE came from him calling up the office following B-Fab's release, as well as Hit Row's decision to record a new song.
Dolla, real name AJ Francis, was released by WWE alongside Hit Row stablemates Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott, and Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis in the most recent round of cuts. B-Fab had been released just a week prior.
Speculation has indicated that, while Dolla was highly thought of by some WWE higher-ups, the group and him specifically had been a problem behind the scenes in the company.
Dolla feels those rumours come from him making WWE mad by question B-Fab's release, which was followed by the group's reluctance to use a remixed version of the entrance song without her.
Speaking on Busted Open Radio, Dolla said: "They got mad when Briana got released that I called up to the office. I was like, ‘I don’t understand why you’d release Briana when we are a foursome group.’ You take Briana out of the group and yeah, we’re still cool, and yeah, we can still do all the same things, but we are just every three-man wrestling group.
"They were upset because when they took Briana out of the group, they wanted to re-do the song. So they did like a remix of the song, but the song doesn’t sound the same without her part of it. So what we did was, we went in the studio and made a new song.
"I guess they were upset that we made a new song, but we are a rap group. How are we a rap group if we can’t make a song? Then we are just wrestlers."
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