Maxxine Dupri was slowly emerging from a hellacious fan backlash at a recent WWE live event that did see immense support for her from her wrestling peers.

However, tonight’s edition of RAW might have made her second-guess her choice to become an in-ring performer following some scratching comments regarding her brother who tragically passed away seven years ago.

During tonight’s RAW episode, Maxxine Dupri and Ivy Nile competed against Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell in a tag team bout.

Amidst the bout, LeRae suddenly snapped and launched a verbal assault on Dupri, stating that she did not belong in the WWE, bringing up the recent fan backlash and even her fallen brother who she mentioned would have been embarrassed to see what Dupri had become.


“You know why everyone boo’s you? You don’t belong here. You think the internet hates you? You should hear what the girls in the locker room say. It’s a good thing your dead brother isn’t here to see what an embarrassment you’ve become.”

Maxxine’s brother, Wyatt Zmrzel, passed away at the age of 22. Wyatt faced numerous challenges in his life as he battled a rare genetic condition called adrenoleukodystrophy, which affected his ability to use the right side of his body and led to seizures.

Due to his condition, Wyatt heavily relied on car services for transportation. Unfortunately, tragedy struck on a night in late December when the Lyft driver he was with made a fateful turn onto a highway at a rural intersection. The Lyft vehicle collided with a Toyota 4Runner, resulting in Wyatt’s sudden and untimely death.

Do you think it was wise to bring up Maxxine Dupri’s brother’s passing up on WWE television programming? Sound off in the comments!

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