Randy Orton is a six-foot-four man who weighs about 250lbs… it’s not a good idea to make him angry either!
Funnily enough, Orton is involved in a supernatural angle right now with Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss, but the action in the ring is absolutely taxing on the body and is anything but fake.
Is wrestling scripted/pre-determined, yes? Is it fake? No.
Rap star Soulja Boy – whose biggest hit was ‘Crank That (Soulja Boy)’ back in 2007 – clearly does not agree – tweeting ‘Rap game faker than WWE’.
This resulted in Retribution member T-Bar sending an angry reply.
“Does the rap game take years off your life and leave you with countless injuries and debilitating pain?,” he wrote. “Oh well maybe just stick to super soaking hoes or whatever it is you did 15 years ago.”
That’s when Orton piled on.
The 14-time world champion wrote on social media: “Fake? Dare this p**** to step up. He don’t like movies? Consider us actors that do stunts, without pads 200 days a year and don’t bitch when we get surgically repaired and come right back. Consider us 100 times tougher then anyone you’ve come across. Aint nuthin but a b**** ass…
“Ps @sanbenito [Bad Buny] would beat the f*** outta you. Why? How? Because he’s seen our world. Respects it and knows what it takes and finds himself lucky to be a part of it. You wanna talk fake? Pawn that cheap ass chain and come work for it you one hit wonder ass m**********.”
Soulja Boy responded: “Do u know who the f*** I am. I’ll bring the REAL to wrestling don’t play with me. Randy Ortonnnnnnnn??????????”
Orton continued: “‘Crank That’ came out in ‘07 you had a hell of a year. Serious $. Hats off to ya my dude. Here’s the thing tho… I like rap. I bump that shit all day whether it’s tunechi, meek, JZ…but you call what I do to survive, fake? F*** that. Come to my world and say that. Dare ya.”
Soulja Boy again replied: “If you mad because I spit facts just say that. What you do is FAKE and I stand on that. What I do is REAL. Come to your world? Lol welcome to Soulja World.”
Orton’s final tweet in this back and forth wasn’t as complimentary as his prior message.
He finished: “U spittin facts? Seems like all you spittin is the same mess you rap about. Nut. Clear your throat my dawg, and be there. Enough talk. Back it up.”
This is one of those situations where it’s not something WWE had set up, but they’d certainly be prepared to make money out of it down the line if they can!