WATCH: Enzo Amore Disses Rape Accuser in Debut Rap Video

enzo amore rap video diss rape accuser

Enzo Amore — now going by the name Real1 — is speaking out against the girl who accused him of rape in the video for his debut rap song called “Phoenix.”

The video begins with a wrestling fan arguing with his mom from the basement during the “25th anniversary of sports entertainment.” He then gets a breaking news alert and rushes to his computer — obviously in reference to Enzo being sent home from WWE before Raw 25.

The track begins at this point and Enzo exclaims, “Listen up you sloppy jalopy son of a bitch! Sitting on your f*cking couch, with your f*cking phone in your hand, doing your arm chair detective work … thinking you know what the fuck is going on.”

Additional noteworthy lyrics include: 

  • “They cry tears of joy at my funeral. Still I rise from the ashes like a phoenix. Middle finger to the sky grippin’ my …. consensual penis. Lyin’ ass hoe out in Phoenix. When I say that shit I mean it. F*ck you marks for hatin’. This for all my fans waitin’. Entertainment’s hottest free agent. Bitch I’m reincarnated.”
  • “The only thing that I put in that puddin was proof.”
  • “Naw I ain’t Bill Cosby, bitch.”
  • “Bitch them wages gettin’ garnished for my image that you tarnished.”

In the video, Amore is wearing the same shirt he was reportedly wearing backstage at Raw’s 25th anniversary show before being sent home which says “today is the best day of my life.”

Watch the full video below and sound off in the comments. 

7 Comments on "WATCH: Enzo Amore Disses Rape Accuser in Debut Rap Video"

  1. TheTimRattayExperience | May 28, 2018 at 6:15 pm | Reply

    Well that was a video. About all I got.

  2. Um, now that he’s got all that out of his system….. I did like some of the jabs though the rest was questionable.

  3. of all the things I have ever seen, that is by far the most recent.

  4. Can I please see the sheet music?

  5. I heard this joint on on World Star. It ain’t that bad considering how awful hip hop be nowadays. At least it had a meaning to his rhymes and not gibberish like a lot of these fools being putting out. Holla.

    • Peace & Freedom Guy™✔ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ® | June 4, 2018 at 4:11 pm | Reply

      I agree, it actually isn’t bad. And I’m not all that into rap, either.

    • Agreed. Alot of rap these days, if you try and listen to what they’re actually saying, it makes no damn sense. At least Enzo’s actually meant something.

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