Jordan Myles Speaks Out Against His WWE Shop Tee: ‘Representation Is Important’

NXT’s Jordan Myles whom many know as ACH during his ROH days went on Twitter this morning to air his grievances regarding his WWE Shop tee shirt. Myles’ shirt has his name contained in a big smile against a black background and calls out the racial implication that a design like that portrays. He tags both Vince McMahon & Triple H in the tweet saying, “If this is @VinceMcMahon @TripleH ‘vision’ of me then this is a slap in the face to EVERY African American performer, fan, and supporter.” Myles also states that they will regret doing this.

“I’ve used this shirt as fuel. I knew the shirt existed and my soul hasn’t been able to rest properly since I’ve laid eyes on it. My voice will be heard… my true opinion will be heard.. and MY PEOPLE will have their moment,” Myles says in another Tweet.

Myles also shared a racially insensitive picture for reference of what a t-shirt design like that depicts. WWE has different custom options for a shirt for Myles, but that doesn’t sway his opinion on the matter.

Myles made his way to WWE back in February of this year along with Cameron Grimes (Trevor Lee) & Karen Q.

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