Max Caster of The Acclaimed got over with fans organically in AEW, largely because of his smooth rapping skills and in-ring abilities. One of Caster’s absolute favorite things to do is to make MJF as uncomfortable as possible on social media. Caster does so by thirsting after MJF after every single tweet he puts out and it appears that Caster did it once again.

MJF is the current AEW World Champion and he makes sure fans know just how good he is, whether it be inside the ring or on the microphone. That said, quite a few fans have started to like MJF’s egotistical nature.

In case you didn’t know, Max Caster constantly makes thirsty comments on anything posted by MJF on social media. Obviously, The Salt Of The Earth is never pleased with such behavior and even told Caster to follow a restraining order he apparently had against Caster.

MJF took to Twitter and posted a photo of himself, showing off his muscles. This led to Max Caster thirsting after him again. A fan wasn’t amused by then and accused Caster of sexually harassing MJF.


Clearly AEW doesn’t have sexual harassment policies… @The_MJF constantly being sexualized by scissor boy

The Acclaimed member saw the fan’s tweet and replied to it, as he called MJF his boyfriend and stated that The Salt Of The Earth is basically asking for his thirsty comments.

He’s my boyfriend and he’s basically asking for it 🤷

Max Caster previously thirsted after MJF as well and that’s unlikely to change anytime soon. Regardless, we’ll have to see what AEW has planned for The Acclaimed on television in the coming weeks.

What’s your take on Max Caster’s thirsty behavior? Do you think he should stop? Sound off in the comments!

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