On December 7, 2019, ACH, the former Jordan Myles in NXT, tweeted that he was quitting pro wrestling. Now, former WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard is speaking out against the erratic social media behavior of his peer.
The tweets that ACH sent out revealing that he was quitting the industry were directed at "shitty fans" and "snakes in the industry."
He revealed he would be canceling his upcoming bookings and quitting the industry at which point, the former Cryme Tyme member replied to him feeling that ACH was just continually bad-mouthing those who were trying to help him and advised that he do more than just talk about his issues because with the wrestling industry and life do not cater to one individual.
On that note shut the f*k up. If all you can do is bad mouth & talk down people and the business after people have gone out of there way to understand & help you then f*k off.— Shad Gaspard (@Shadbeast) December 7, 2019
Talent gets you so far in life, but it’s obvious your character is one of an attention seaking ass...
...who wants simpathy while burning others.— Shad Gaspard (@Shadbeast) December 7, 2019
Grow up and understand the world doesn’t revolve around you. This business as well as life doesn’t cater to one individual, so either suck it up and do something or shut the f*k up, cause this bipolar crying shit is getting old
The amount of us who have tried to help as well as support is abundant. At some point personal responsibility, integrity, & Commonsense has to come into play.— Shad Gaspard (@Shadbeast) December 7, 2019
--ing on fans, the boys, & the business has nothing to do with illness. It has everything to do with character.
Oh--Is that what I did?-- or did I tell someone who has asked for help, receive help, as well as support to not place blame on others (fans, the boys, & business)who have helped and supported him to not turn around & place blam on them for his actions to what he wanted----— Shad Gaspard (@Shadbeast) December 7, 2019
Shad would also respond to a fan on Instagram making a clear that he feels what's going on right now with ACH has nothing to do with his race but more to do with the personal individual's sense of responsibility.
As it pertains to ACH and his future, MLW, which had already announced him for the January 11 show in Texas, has already removed all promotional materials advertising him and put out a statement saying they respect his decision and want him to be happy.