Hit Row member Top Dolla made the news frequently thanks to his numerous diss tracks and also his beef with the Young Bucks. He certainly had a lot of potential after being called up to the main roster. It seems he also dropped a song after his WWE release.

During this year’s edition of the WWE Draft, Hit Row was called up to the WWE main roster, which certainly surprised many fans. The faction was currently part of Friday Night Smackdown and finally made their debut last month.

Unfortunately, B-Fab from Hit Row was let go a couple of weeks ago. However, it didn’t stop there as the company decided to release the remaining Hit Row members this week as well.

Top Dolla took to Twitter and dropped a “Thank You // 89 Days”  track to comment on his release and address his future in the wrestling world.

Thank you, thank you for all the love / Thank you, thank you, thank you, you’re far too kind…

Hold your applause, this is your song, not mines / What a time to be alive, not everybody lives but everybody dies

Don’t let me catch you with no tears inside ya eyes

My feeling inside is the fear will subside when you know you living right

They gave me 90 days pay and Ima take that / And I’m still taking over the game, no take backs

So since we’re gonna state facts, I’m going way, way, way, way back like an 8-track

From the day that I signed the company line was just grind, in due time you’ll get your shine

But now I gotta shine somewhere else and that’s their problem

Making money ain’t nothin’ but math and Ima solve it

Play Russian roulette with a fully loaded revolver and you’d still have a better shot than me not evolving

In 90 days, I’m everywhere

Tell ya favorite promotion that you want me there

I’m trynna take my talents all across the land and over to Japan just because I know I can

And if you’re AEW, ROH, IMPACT, New Japan, NWA, PWG, MLW, DDT, All Japan, [GCW and more] and you see me as

somebody you trynna get on the dotted line

89 days from now, I can sign

WWE is hell-bent on releasing as many Superstars as they can and from the looks of it, it has now become a regular occurrence. We will have to wait and see who they will release next as hardly anyone is safe now.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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