Jade Cargill is one of the most promising and dominant new signees for WWE with a bright future ahead of her as a main event caliber WWE superstar. Within her short time of arrival, Cargill has already made a few foes but decided to reiterate disdain for one of them using her social media.

Ever since her debut on SmackDown, she has been tagging along with Bianca Belair with the duo going head to head against Damage CTRL members, Asuka, Kairi Sane, and Dakota Kai.

They emerged victorious at WrestleMania 40 against Damage CTRL teaming up with Naomi and continued their winning ways at WWE Backlash France, dethroning Asuka and Kairi Sane to become the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions.

In a recent social media post by Dakota Kai where she outlined missing Asuka who was announced to be out with an injury, Jade Cargill intervened with an interesting comment of her own. The Storm, forgetting her rivalry with Kai and her group complimented her looks, but continued to maintain her dislike for her in the ending.


“I mean … you’re pretty. But I still don’t like you.”

Jade Cargill is gearing up to battle Nia Jax in the quarterfinal match of the Queen of the Ring tournament on SmackDown this week. While Dakota Kai was knocked out in the first round by Lyra Valkyria, who recently advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament and will battle Dakota’s cohort, IYO Sky who herself emerged victorious over Shayna Baszler on RAW this week.

What are your thoughts on Jade Cargill complimenting Dakota Kai despite the known rivalry between them? Sound off in the comments!

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