Brodie Lee f.k.a Luke Harper, continued his tirade at WWE, by taking a shot on WWE’s recent ban of third-party applications.
WWE has banned talent from engaging on social media platforms like TikTok and Twitch, which has created quite a controversy in the wrestling circles.
The TNT Champion made an appearance on Being the Elite this week, where Evil Uno’s Twitch account was mentioned.
Lee asked for Uno’s username on Twitch, and said, “Not any f*cking more!”
This is not the first time that Lee has taken a shot at WWE, as his gimmick has often represented Vince McMahon’s mannerisms.
Lee left WWE late last year and was revelead as the Exalted One of the Dark Order earlier this year.
Brodie Lee recently admitted that he took jabs at McMahon during his early days as the leader of the Dark Order, but quickly dropped it as people started wondering if his character was meant to be a Vince McMahon parody.
“Obviously, there was a couple of little Easter eggs and things that people could very easily pick up on, but as a whole, the character was never meant to be a Vince McMahon parody.”
Lee has enjoyed a successful run in AEW so far and won the TNT Championship last month, after defeating Cody Rhodes in a squash match.