Enzo Amore has been dedicating his life to rap music recently. His latest release is a single called, “Grace,” and it’s a touching tribute to his grandmother.
One thing that NZO had to clear up was some misconception in the song’s second verse. Some people took those lyrics to be a sad story of working hard and going after your dream only to end up back at home. This is what happened to Amore after his WWE career was over.

“The second verse in #Grace isn’t meant to be sad, it’s a story of triumph. It chronicles working at a restaurant directly before quitting against family advice to pursue a Pipe-dream, living that dream to ultimately realize….. there is no place like #home.”

It’s a good thing he was able to clarify his lyrics a little bit. If you’d like to check out the music video for his new single, you can find that embedded below.

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