Top Dolla was fired by WWE in September last year as part of the company’s previous wave of releases. Right after that, Dolla made sure he was always being discussed by people on social media, for one reason or the other. Now, the former WWE Superstar has admitted that he deliberately portrays a heel on social media.

Even during his second stint in WWE, Top Dolla was usually the subject of ridicule online, especially after his infamous botched dive. He always had a ton of interaction on Twitter and most of it was him angering fans and getting a lot of heat on him for some reason.

While speaking on the Oh You Didn’t Know podcast with Road Dogg, Top Dolla talked about all the online discourse he has been receiving over the past couple of years. Dolla made fun of the people who constantly react to him online.

The former WWE Superstar then dropped the bombshell that he merely portrays a heel character on social media. Dolla noted that he intentionally works people online just so that he can anger them.


”People don’t even realize it’s a work. Like, Road Dogg you spent time with me, I’m a very nice person, I’m always considerate to people around me and those things. But online, because my character is a week – I play one. I say things like, ‘Your favorite wrestler could never do this.’ Not just because they’re true, but because I know it’s going to p*** you off.”

Top Dolla also doesn’t rule out making his in-ring debut in TNA Wrestling someday. Dolla is also set to square off against Joey Janela at GCW Look at Me on January 26th, in Tampa, Florida. Only time will tell whether the former WWE Superstar will end up in a major promotion again in the future.

What’s your view on what Top Dolla had to say? Were you aware Top Dolla was working fans on social media? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Transcription by Ringside News

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