Enzo Amore Releases NSFW Rap Song (Video)

Eric Arndt (formally known as Enzo Amore) is moving on from Pro Wrestling after no charges were filed against him by authorities in Phoenix, Arizona after being accused of a Sexual Assualt that allegedly took place there some months ago and is now pursuing a career as a hip-hop emcee. As such he has released his first single and the song is not very subtly titled….Phoenix.

In case the title didn’t tip you off, there’s no doubt what he’s talking about. Or who he’s firing shots at when the video starts out with an overweight, unkempt man in a garage yelling for his mother to leave him alone during “the 25th anniversary of wrestling” so he can do his “work.”

On the incredibly off chance you don’t know what Enzo is referencing at the beginning of the video, his accuser’s statement on social media went viral on the day of Raw 25, and was covered extensively by internet wrestling sites. Enzo also wore the “Today Is The Best Day Of My Life” shirt he was photographed wearing backstage at the taping for Raw 25 shortly before he was suspended in the video.

His first bars in the video are even less subtle! The song opens with the following lyrics:

“Listen up you sloppy jalopy son of a b****! Sitting on your f***ing couch, with your f***ing phone in your hand, doing your armchair detective work … thinking you know what the f*** is going on.”

Most of the other lyrics in the song focus on his accuser, and likewise, don’t leave much to the imagination:

  • “Still I rise from the ashes like a phoenix. Middle finger to the sky grippin’ my …. consensual p***s. Lyin’ a** h**. out in Phoenix.”
  • “B****. them wages gettin’ garnished for my image that you tarnished.”
  • “Naw I ain’t Bill Cosby, b****”

He also says he was a victim of “gender persecution” and his being accused “hurts the #MeToo movement and our women’s revolution.”

Sir Mitch Says: Interesting choice to go after us “marks,” seeing as while many did disavow him in the wake of the scandal, you’d have to think the people who stuck by him are also pro wrestling fans.

As far as Enzo’s lyrics on his accuser and the #MeToo movement are concerned, if he truly was falsely accused (and I am NOT claiming he was/wasn’t nor am I calling him or his accuser a liar) there are far more mature, tactful and productive ways to deal with his feelings on the situation than releasing a rap song full of profanity directed at his accuser and members of the media!