Triple H found himself in the middle of a rather entertaining media feud.
ESPN personality Dan Le Batard and actor/director Michael Rapaport have been embroiled in a rivalry over recent weeks after Le Batard stated that Naismith Hall of Famer Magic Johnson wasn't qualified to run the Los Angeles Lakers franchise. After accusations of racism, including Le Batard stating that Rapaport "wanted to be black."
Mike Ryan Ruiz would later poke fun at Rapapart, who appeared alongside Triple H in the 2011 movie "Inside Out." Last week on the I Am Rapaport Stereo Podcast, Rapaport addressed the diss.
"Ryan Ruiz f-ckboy, I got paid more money than you get paid in two years for doing a movie with Triple H. You pay your own money to go see professional wrestling. You're a grown man who goes to see professional wrestling, sans kids. I got paid real money to be in a movie with a professional wrestler.. You took your girl on dates to see 'Higher Learning,' trick!," he said.
Other barbs have been traded, including Rapaport stating that Le Batard's show was being dragged down by his father, and some uniquely photoshopped images. You can hear the full, ether filled podcast at this link, and read a nice rundown of the battle here.