During a recent media conference call, Triple H addressed the report and said he's not going to comment on her current status with the company, wanting her to deal with it on her own terms. Triple H did say Young has been tremendous in her many roles with WWE and that it was great seeing her fulfill a variety of duties during her time with the company.
"I won't comment on that status, I'll let Renee deal with that on her terms, but as far as her as a person and as a part of WWE, it's been awesome. She has been a large part of this. I've personally enjoyed working with her tremendously and it's been awesome to see her do different and attack things in the company and try different roles and I thought she's done an amazing job with all of them. I'll let her handle the rest of it, but as far as her contributions, they've been awesome," Triple H said.
Renee wore many hats in WWE, serving as the first full-time female announcer on Raw from September 2018 to August 2019, hosting WWE Backstage on Fox Sports 1, doing interview and in-ring segments with talent on television, hosting Talking Smack on WWE Network, and doing work for WWE digital. She has also been part of Total Divas in some capacity since season four. She has been with WWE since 2012.
Outside of WWE, Young is working on her own cookbook. OutKick reports Young does have offers outside of the wrestling industry.
You can check out the full conference call at this link. If you use any of the quotes above, please give credit to Jeremy Lambert of Fightful for the transcription.