The Young Bucks are masters when it comes to the business side of pro wrestling as they continue to sell tons of merchandise. They have cashed in on a variety of incidents over the years, especially involving WWE. It seems Top Dolla had something interesting to say about them recently.
They are also known for their expensive sneaker collection and recently decided to take a hilarious shot at the NXT roster for their choice of sneakers. Due to this they even caused quite a stir due to them dragging the entire NXT locker room.
Hit Row member Top Dolla recently dropped a diss track in response to The Young Bucks dragging the NXT roster. Now it seems Top Dolla decided to take their online rivalry to the next level.
While speaking on his podcast Jobbing Out with Glenn Clark and Brandon Linton, Top Dolla talked about his Twitter feud with The Young Bucks. Top Dolla claimed that The Young Bucks are always gassed up by their Twitter minions.
“Just like Wu Tang Clan would say in the words of the immortal prophets, Hit Row ain’t nothin to f*ck with. You can play these little high school games you want to play, and the craziest part to me about the whole situation is I wasn’t talking to anybody in particularly, but as I mentioned in the video, hit dog will holler. And like I mentioned in the one of the tweets that really pissed them off, is that they’ll tell on themselves, and that’s exactly what happened and then they got told on about themselves.
The craziest part about all of this is I used to go watch them cats, and they just got in their feelings because they let their Twitter minions gas them up. And they realized very quickly, I’m not the one to play with. The thing is, to me, when they first did the NXT bio, I was like, oh, that’s rude. I’m not even in NXT anymore, and I know that you know that. So for you to do that, kind of felt like you were saying I should still be in NXT or you just want to sh*t on NXT for no reason, which is A, disrespectful and B, unnecessary.
But even that I was like, you know what, I don’t feel like dealing with these Twitter people. I’m gonna let these boys slide, then they updated the bio again, and it said, ‘We’ll make you trend just by mentioning you in our bio.’ And I took that personally. I was like, oh, okay. That’s a very interesting comment because to me, I read that as, you’re a nobody, and we could make you popular.
The Young Bucks are currently focused on their own feuds in AEW but that doesn’t mean they will be slacking when it comes to their Twitter game. This is unlikely to change anytime soon from the looks of it.
h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes.
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