Anyone thinking that the manager of Darren Young and Titus O'Neal was safe from the WWE's cross hairs after his controversial remarks about Kobe Bryant's 2003 sexual assault case on Raw a couple weeks ago will be sad to learn that he just got shafted.
WrestlingInc.net reported today that the WWE announced Abraham Washington's release from his contract, very likely stemming from his remarks.
Upon his release, the former owner of All World Promotions proceeded to rip apart his former employer in a series of Twitter posts. He first thanked the fans, Darren and Titus:
AWPromotions is no more ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for your support and hate, it's been a great run. Now I get to do me which isn't PG!
@TitusONeilWWE & @DarrenYoungWWE thank you for allowing me to speak on your behalf. You guys are the best and I'm glad to call u my friends!
Thanks to the fans who showed me support over the whole Kobe thing and to those I upset I apologize again. Remember It's entertainment folks
Then he proceeded to rip into the WWE for its rigidness and mockingly gave advice to the company's future talents:
I've offended the wrong people that taught me how to have ATTITUDE It was the #WWE that made me bold and now it has turned it's back on me
Let this be a lesson to up and coming talent in the WWE don't try and be great like the Rock or Stone Cold. WWE isn't the same...
Just be normal shut up and be a yes man so you can collect your check and feel like your special. #SELLOUTS!!
I remember a time when the WWE didn't care about breaking the mold but now everyone is so afraid of their own shadow. #RemeberTheFans
He even rips on Linda McMahon's current Senate run:
I really do hope Linda wins that election because If not then all of this BS has been for nothing. #GoLinda!!
How do you folks feel about these developments?