Earlier this year, Tiffany Stratton joined the SmackDown roster, signaling WWE’s major plans for the young star. However, Stratton is currently facing significant backlash over a racist video involving Jade Cargill.

The King and Queen of The Ring premium live event is scheduled for May 25th in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, with the quarterfinals of the tournaments underway. Tiffany Stratton secured her place in the quarterfinals by defeating Candice LeRae last week and is now set to face Bianca Belair on SmackDown.

Controversy erupted when Stratton posted a now-deleted video on her Instagram story, where she was seen slapping Jade Cargill while a voiceover said “Black bi***,” with Bianca Belair watching and laughing emojis added. Fans quickly noticed the racist undertones of the video, leading to widespread criticism. Stratton eventually removed the video in response to the backlash.

The incident is regrettable, regardless of Stratton’s intentions, as the video’s content was undeniably racist. It remains to be seen how this controversy will affect Tiffany Stratton’s upcoming match against Bianca Belair on SmackDown this week.


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