Brandi Rhodes has deactivated her Twitter account.
Her leaving the social media platform comes days after AEW announced a membership platform for its AEW Heels group. The decision to charge $49 per year for access came under much scrutiny by fans online, who are also upset with the lack of Dynamite television time given to the women's division.
In one of her final tweets before deactivation when addressing the complaints of lack of women's wrestling on the show and asking fans to pay for the AEW Heels platform, Brandi wrote, "Oh for love and lemons...my head is aching. This is not about women's wrestling. It's about community for the fans. Now stop droning on and on and on like that little dog barking next door in the dog day heat. Context is key. Reading is comprehension and I...am bored."
Brandi Rhodes seems to have deactivated her Twitter account. pic.twitter.com/YjVVamjvt7— Gary Cassidy (@WrestlingGary) August 7, 2020
Brandi has not commented on why she left the platform. She has been doing in-character interviews throughout the week and tweeting in-character as well.
Twitter allows you to deactivate your account for up to 30 days before it purges your data.