Enzo Amore releases rap music video dissing websites and accuser over rape allegation

Enzo Amore made his rap music video debut with a new song aptly named Phoenix, the location where his alleged rape took place and now that he’s free, comparing himself to rising like a phoenix from the ashes.

Published exclusively on WorldStarHipHop.com, Enzo’s Phoenix song takes aim at the Internet news websites which crucified him as well as his accuser and all her false allegations. The video starts with an obese man sitting in front of television telling his mother that there’s the “25th anniversary of wrestling” and then the breaking news hits.

Amore was fired on the day that Raw celebrated its 25th anniversary episode and in the music video he’s wearing the same shirt that he wore on that day which read, “Today is the best day of my life.”

The music video then moves to a funeral setting where a big photo of him stands next to a casket and everyone at the funeral throwing flowers at him. Then Amore ties a chain to the casket and similar to what the Big Show and Big Boss Man did, he drags it out in the desert with a dune buggy as he tells his accuser “see you at the civil trial.”

The music video contains a lot of inappropriate langue and moves which are not safe for work. You can watch it below.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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