Long-time YouTube content creator Trisha Paytas, who has become “internet famous” for her long-winded rants about literally everything, has targeted WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler in one of her most recent videos.
The “vlogger” claims she has maintained contact with Ziggler over the last “couple months”, communicating through social media apps and texting. Paytas says they made plans to get together for drinks last Thursday night, but the five-time Intercontinental Champion ended up bailing late at night. After getting a text from Ziggler stating that he was going to “flake” on their meet-up after getting off a late night flight, she went into an insane verbal rampage, which you can check out below.
The YouTube star calls him a “celebrity f—boy” and a “cocky a–hole” numerous times, despite reading out Dolph’s texts word for word, where he repeatedly apologized and even stated that he was going to “flake” on their plans before getting on the plane. It looks like the WWE star may have dodged a bullet on this one, but you can make that distinction for yourself.
One piece of potentially interesting news coming out of the rant is that Paytas stated Ziggler was “leaving wrestling soon”, shortly after concluding her audio explosion on wrestlers and wrestling fans. While it’s very possible she may have first-hand information if the two were in fact communicating on a daily basis like she claims, but that’s assuming any part of this video is real at all. Obviously you should take this with a few very large grains of salt. What we can say is that there were rumblings of Dolph leaving WWE in late 2016 when his contract was reportedly set to expire, but that clearly didn’t end up happening.
Paytas also dabbles in singing and song-writing, fragrance-making, dancing, and acting. She even released an auto-tune drenched EP in 2016 called “Daddy Issues” that reached number six on the iTunes pop chart. She’s appeared on shows like The Price is Right, Ellen, Dr. Phil, Modern Family, and numerous music videos.
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