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Enzo Amore breaks silence with bizarre hip-hop video refuting rape allegations

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Enzo Amore breaks silence with bizarre hip-hop video refuting rape allegations

“The only thing I put in the pudding was the proof”

Enzo Amore has been almost entirely radio silent since he was released by WWE in January when sexual assault allegations stemming from an incident in October of last year were made public. Amore had reportedly been on thin ice in the WWE locker room to begin with, and whether it was the allegations themselves, the fact that Amore didn’t disclose the incident to his employer, or both, WWE took the opportunity to cut ties with the charismatic but problematic superstar.

Over the weekend, Amore, now going by “Real1” — his social media handle — teased that he would be breaking his silence on Memorial Day (though, isn’t announcing you’re breaking your silence…breaking your silence?).

Real1 has followed through with his promise, releasing a music video through World Star Hip Hop titled “Phoenix,” where he spends most of the song’s bars refuting the allegations with lines such as “No, I ain’t no Bill Cosby bitch” and “The only thing I put in the pudding was the proof.”

As for the song itself…well…take a look for yourself:

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