Jordan Myles did not appreciate the merchandise that WWE made for him. The t-shirt resembled blackface makeup and never should have been released. The shirt was taken down as soon as the error in judgement was noticed.

Myles sparked an online movement after this #ForTheCulture and he was very vocal about WWE. After saying that “WWE doesn’t care about black people.” He later released profanity-filled video saying that Jordan Myles is his “slave name” and he is now Super ACH. Then he quit the company. Interestingly enough, Myles picked his WWE name.

Now ACH is sending a message to Vince McMahon to let The Chairman know that he can’t hold him down any more. This came after his apparent WWE release.

Hey @VinceMcMahon


Can’t hold me down no more.


We’ll have to see what is next for Jordan Myles. This situation doesn’t seem like a very good one so hopefully, things will settle and everyone will be much better off as they go their separate ways.

Felix Upton

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