Former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore has returned to the spotlight under the name Real1, releasing a video for his debut song "Phoenix" where he takes aim at the woman who accused him of sexual assault.
The first minute of the video shows a wrestling fan discovering what appears to be the moment when the WWE sent him home prior to Raw 25. Amore is wearing a shirt throughout the video that says, "Today is the best day of my life," which was reportedly the same shirt he wore on that life-altering day.
Amore, whose real name is Eric Arndt, immediately calls out the people who jumped to conclusions with his sexual assault case, which has been closed due to insufficient evidence. In January, the Phoenix Police Department confirmed that Amore was under investigation after a woman accused him of raping her in a hotel room in October 2017.
His focus in the song eventually turned to his accuser, claiming that she lied about their encounter. "They cry tears of joy at my funeral/Still I rise from the ashes like a phoenix/Middle finger to the sky grippin’ my …. consensual penis," he raps, per Pro Wrestling Sheet. "Lyin’ ass hoe out in Phoenix/When I say that shit I mean it/F*ck you marks for hating’/This for all my fans waiting’/Entertainment’s hottest free agent/Bitch I’m reincarnated."
You can watch the music video up top.