MVP, known for his two notable runs with WWE, has not appeared regularly on WWE television recently. While taking a break from his usual on-screen activities, MVP addressed a fake social media account impersonating him. He took to his verified social media platforms to call out the impersonator and warn his fans about the fraudulent account.

MVP had a rough upbringing and grew up fending for himself on numerous occasions. In fact, he spent several years in jail and MVP has always acknowledged how it changed him.

The former United States Champion took to his Instagram and uploaded a post, as he brought attention to the fact that an impostor account was impersonating him and he urged fans to report and block the account.

”Hey everyone. This douche is sending out follow requests. Please report and block. THIS IS NOT ME!


MVP is also training hard at the gym while he and Omos remain absent from WWE television but are still competing at WWE live events often. Only time will tell whether MVP will return to WWE television one day.

Are you shocked that even MVP has to deal with impostor accounts now? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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