Hip Hop is about to invade the WWE as Bow Wow and Soulja Boy continue to trash talk WWE Superstars on social media.
Bow Wow recently voiced his life time goal of becoming a WWE Superstar and as expected has received backlash from fans and wrestlers. For the 33-year-old rapper he is clearly serious as he is already training, getting into shape, and has begun trash talking on social media.
Most recently Bow Wow tweeted about the all the hate he has received and couldn’t understand why. “A lot of the wrestlers who are coming for me on twitter should be happy im going back and forth,” he tweeted. “Most have like 70k followers. Im actually helping you become a bigger name (million dollar man laugh) how you on RAW with 50k followers. Something not adding up.”
Soulja Boy didn’t help when he stated the rap game was faker than the WWE. This quickly promoted WWE Superstar T-Bar to respond, “Does the rap game take years off your life and leave you with countless injuries and debilitating pain?” he tweeted. “Oh well maybe just stick to super soaking hoes or whatever it is you did 15 years ago.”
Randy Orton also weighed in. “Fake? Dare this prick to step up. He dont like movies? Consider us actors that do stunts, without pads 200 days a year and don’t bitch when we get surgically repaired and come right back. Consider us 100 times tougher then anyone you’ve come across.”
The Twitter exchange between Orton and Soulja Boy which included Bow Wow, appears to be headed to some sort of match. Bow Wow tagging Triple H said he is ready for a fight. “Aye @souljaboy the thing is we call our own shots and work for ourselves. They gotta check in with they boss in order to make things happen! @TripleH WE READY TO FIGHT!”
Bow Wow and Soulja Boy aren’t the only ones looking to make their WWE debut. Lats year Cardi B was mentioned on a segment which resulted in the rapper trending on Twitter. After realizing why she was trending with the WWE, Cardi sent out the follow message to WWE owner Vince McMahon, “WWWWTTTTFFFFFFFFF …. This is not how my wwe debut was supposed to be ! Vince McMahon COUNT YOUR F’in DAYS !!!!”
Currently Bad Bunny, also a long time wrestling fan, made his debut at the Royal Rumble back in January of 2021. Since then he has made regular appearances on WWE Monday Night Raw and PPV events. Oh and did I mention, he is the WWE 24/7 Champion.