wrestling / News

UPDATED: Jim Cornette Says Instagram Apology Wasn’t From Him, Was From Fraudulent Account

November 21, 2019 | Posted by Joseph Lee
Jim Cornette

UPDATED: Jim Cornette has taken to Twitter to confirm that the apology that made the rounds this morning from an Instagram account that presented itself as Cornette’s account was not actually his account and to express his frustration with whoever is pretending to be him: “I would have no idea how to FIND Instagram, either–so whoever it is pretending to be me can BBBLLLOOOOWWWW me.”

ORIGINAL: As we previously reported, the NWA and Jim Cornette ended their relationship after he made a controversial remark on the most recent episode of Powerrr. Some felt the comment had racist undertones to it, and NWA was blamed for not editing it out (which they later did after pulling it from Youtube). Cornette, who is still set to talk about the incident on his podcast tomorrow, made a brief comment on Instagram apologizing for his joke.

He said: “Yes, it is true that I have resigned from the NWA. I understand in people’s point of views that my comments were not pleasing and I apologize.

article topics :

Jim Cornette, Joseph Lee