WWE Superstars get a lot of attention, and sometimes they are victims of online hatred. This time around, Matt Riddle is facing a very difficult situation after a NSFW video of the King of Bros leaked for all to see.

Matt Riddle’s name trended during WWE RAW this week, but he wasn’t even on the show this week. A video of the original bro leaked and everyone saw a part of him that they can never unsee. It seems that he is well aware of this leak as well. Now, that stolen video from Snapchat has gone viral.

Matt Riddle was pretty shocked to learn about his video leak. Obviously, that video wasn’t something he wanted to go public. His ex was also pretty shocked to see this video.

Matt Riddle’s ex-girlfriend. Daniella, posted on Twitter to say that she hopes that the Original Bro goes back to rehab, and he takes it seriously this time. He needs help for his sex addiction, as she called him a predator in the process.


@SuperKingofBros now I’m getting sent your f*ckin dick swinging vid by randoms still!??!

Go back to rehab 100% this time not just for substance abuse but for a sex addiction ya f*ckin sexual predator!!!! @therealmishamontana get your dog on leash @WWE

She also tweeted out to “Cancel Riddle.” We’ll have to see how successful that cancellation is, because WWE is still putting in time to make him a big time Superstar for the company.

We will keep our eyes peeled for more updates on this still-developing story. Matt Riddle has not publicly commented on this video yet, but it might only be a matter of time before he is forced to address it.

What’s your take on Matt Riddle’s situation with that leaked video? Sound off in the comments!

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