Top Dolla Says Deleted Diss Track About Jinder Mahal And Shanky Was All In Good Fun

Top Dolla defends diss track briefly available on social media.

This week on SmackDown, Jinder Mahal introduced us to The Real Slim Shanky and proclaimed that Hit Row was more akin to “cringe row.” The brief "rapping" segment featuring Jinder Mahal and Shanky has been the first move that the Indian duo has made since being drafted to Friday Night SmackDown, setting their sights on the faction that was recently called up from NXT 2.0.

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On social media, AJ “Top Dolla” Francis released his own diss track against the pair but deleted it shortly thereafter following backlash that the rap was culturally insensitive.

In a pair of tweets made after making the decision to delete the original diss track, AJ said that Jinder Mahal knew the rap was coming and they were just trying to have some fun with what was happening on television. He also stated that if people felt that he was culturally insensitive, he hopes that they keep the same energy when it comes to his own culture.

Hit Row lost their fourth member, B-Fab as she was released from WWE on Thursday, November 4, 2021. Top Dolla recently got together with B-Fab following her release to drop a quick rap about how they would always stick together. You can check that out at this link.

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