It seems that the war of words between Hit Row’s “Top Dolla” AJ Francis and The Acclaimed’s Max Caster is far from over. Francis has been involved in a social media spat with The Young Bucks after the latter questioned the legitimacy of the NXT roster’s love for sneakers.
It all came down when the former AEW Tag Team Champions changed their Twitter bio. Matt and Nick are notorious for trolling fans and wrestlers alike with their disses. The latest jab came when the two shaded the NXT’s roster sneaker game.
This led to Francis responding to the Bucks’ claim on Twitter with a roast of his own: “Some of y’all favorite wrestlers only wear sneakers on-camera to seem ‘cool & hip’ but in real life they rock vans and ASICS exclusively…but y’all not ready for that conversation [zipper lips emoji].”
The Hit Row member also released a diss track directed towards the brothers. The track titled “FRAN¢Style Friday 129 aka SNEAKER DI$$” shows Francis rapping to the beat originally created for the song “Let Me In” by rapper Young Buck.
Max Caster, one-half of The Acclaimed, responded to the diss track by calling out Francis during the closing moments of AEW Dynamite last Saturday. The segment found its way to social media after Dynamite went off the air.
Francis clapped back when former WWE’s The Bump co-host Evan T. Mack asked his Twitter followers who they got in a rap battle between Caster and Francis – responding with: “Depends on if you like Filet Mignon or Fish Filet.”
Who you got in a rap battle: Francis or Caster? Sound off in the comments!