Jordan Myles has "quit" WWE
Just a few weeks removed from levelling allegations of racism at WWE's higher-ups, Jordan Myles revealed on Twitter last night that he is leaving the company.
In a dramatic, impassioned post, Myles announced that he "f*cking quit WWE" and that he is "no longer an employee." While further sticking the boot in, he said, "I refuse to work with racists" and that he "f*cking hate[s] that company and everything they stand for."
Myles, real name Albert Hardie Jr., concluded that Jordan Myles is a "slave name" and that from now on, he is going by his old moniker of ACH.
WWE have not yet officially confirmed ACH's departure.
Hardie's issues with the company spilled over into the public domain earlier this month, when he accused WWE of approving a t-shirt design resembling black face. He went on to post a since deleted video directly calling his employers "racist", whilst also accusing Ring Of Honor of holding back black wrestlers.
According to Dave Meltzer, writing in the Wrestling Observer newsletter, Hardie went on a leave of absence from WWE in September for an unspecified medical reason. He has not been at the performance centre since taking his sabbatical.
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