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Val Venis Canceled From Indy Show After Controversial Tweet

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WWF Attitude Era Veteran Val Venis is not wrestling much anymore and has gotten a lot leaner these days.

He is running a successful (legal) cannabis business and is very outspoken on Twitter about his political and ideological opinions, thus exercising his first amendment right, that obviously a lot of people won’t agree with, but he’s still entitled to saying and tweeting such things.

A few days ago he posted the following on Twitter:

“Barack Obama is gay & Michelle Obama is a man.

Giselle Shaw is a man & Nyla Rose is a man.

But neither Giselle Shaw or Nyla Rose stole any of my money.

Barack Obama on the other hand ‘taxed’ a sh*tload money away for 8 years & bought his b*tch boy Michael Obama a mansion.”

A lot of people who disagreed with his opinion have since tried to report some of the content on his official Twitter profile, which is why some Tweets – as opposed to the one above (at least for the moment) – are now age restricted and can not be viewed unless you’re logged in.

A day after the controversial tweet, Venis revealed that he has been canceled from an Indy Show, that he was scheduled to wrestle at, with WWE Veterans Maven & Brian Kendrick also on the card.

Here’s what Val tweeted:

“WOW! What a way to find out I’ve been cancelled AGAIN! Game on!”

Then the WWF Veteran went on with more Tweets:

“I will ALWAYS be a MAN with POSITIONS based on FACTS! Canceled or not!”

“F**k the woke!”

“Oh please. Stop with your stupid ‘CTE’ bullsh*t. Michelle Obama is a man. Barack is gay.

Both are communists who spent 8 years STEALING from the American private sector folks and installing communists to run key state elections and usurp the will of the people. #Criminals”

Val Venis wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation (later WWE) for 10 years from 1998 until 2008 and was eventually fired in January 2009.

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