Nash Carter had a bright future ahead of him in NXT as he and Wes Lee were primed for a push. This is because they even went on to win the NXT Tag Team Championship in triple-threat tag team match at NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver. All that came to a screeching halt when his ex, Kimber Lee, shared an old photo of him with a Hitler mustache while throwing up a Nazi salute. He was soon fired from Vince McMahon’s company.

Carter saw a lot of shade and accusations after that photo landed. MJF decided to take it upon himself and defend Carter against those who want to cancel him.

MJF took to Twitter and in a couple of deleted tweets, blasted people who tried to cancel Nash Carter. He made it clear that Carter is not an anti-Semite in any shape and form.

“I lived with this man.


He’s not an anti-Semite.

Stop virtue signaling and let the man do his job.

I’m not a character. I’m a person with a functional brain that doesn’t try to cancel people for a sexual thrill. Eat dicks

Deleting both these tweets in T minus 5 minutes.

— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF)

Nash Carter was released by WWE after allegations of domestic violence were made against him. However, the real reason he was fired was due to an old photo of him posing as Adolf Hitler. Those accusations of abuse have not been legitimized as the validity of Kimber Lee’s story has been greatly called into question.

Nash Carter has already issued a statement about the Adolf Hitler photo. Now known as Zachary Green, he will make his first wrestling appearance this weekend in Florida. We’ll have to see what the future holds for Green.

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