WWE developmental talent deletes her Twitter after old racial slurs pop up

 

The “investigative work” of fans on WWE developmental talent spelled bad news for 20 year old WWE developmental talent Nhooph Al-Areebi.

The Canadian of Arab descent deleted her Twitter account after tweets from 2012 were brought up showing several racist slurs and remarks. Her Twitter username was @isntshelovely_4 and the account was deleted 24 hours after a story on Reddit’s SquaredCircle community pointed out to several tweets. Her Instagram account with the username isntshelovely416 is still active.

Al-Areebi was signed to a WWE deal in April as part of a new class of International athletes and made her NXT debut as part of Tyler Breeze’s entrance at the NXT Takeover: Unstoppable event.

Another WWE developmental talent, Zahra Schreiber, was fired after posts from her Instagram account of a couple of years back featured the Nazi symbol of the swastika and wrote that it’s “no big deal.” Schreiber has since apologized although it was a bit too late.