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Rapper/GOAT wrestler John Cena’s credibility questioned by amateur


John Cenawidely recognized by most experts as both the greatest wrestler of all time and the greatest rapper of all time, was accused of plagiarism by Writing, a rapper from Columbus, Ohio, who has been described as an “underground hip hop artist,” meaning that, much like those independent AEW wrestlers, he was never able to pursue his career Oh good. Unlike John Cena, who is sixteen times world champion, twice Royal Rumble winner, an elite Hollywood movie star and a platinum recording artist for his influential 2005 rap album, You can not see me. However, now Cena is accused of ripping his lyrics out of Copywrite, which The Chadster finds so wiggity wiggity wack, y’all! Aaah man! So unfair!

A press release from Amalgam Digital, the Copyrwrite label that’s likely in cahoots with the AEW president Tony Khan making The Chadster sexually impotent with these attacks on The Chadster’s beloved WWE, proves they have no respect for the wrestling business and all Vince McMahon did for it. The press release reads as follows:

On his new album The High Exhaulted II, the hot Columbus Copywrite rapper shared news of an intriguing situation that happened with WWE wrestler John Cena. On track 3, titled “Spoiler Alert / Have U Cena?”, he reveals that Cena stole his lyrics for his own music and WWE performances in a barrage of bars that unpack the fiasco with the wrestler. As Copy says, he first caught Cena stealing the lyrics to his WWE rapping role on YouTube – “I heard the news from a fan out of the blue, at first I think that it was the truth / until he sent the YouTube link as proof / now I’m trying to figure out what to do”. Embarrassingly for Cena, it was actually obvious to the veteran rapper that his lyrics had been ripped out without permission, as Copy says “bit it, it was so apparent.” After a change of pace, the second half of the track raises the bar even further and finds him coming at Cena with fierce, well-crafted bars. Lines like “lies, what’s your rap career based on” and “right now, John likes to play emcee” expose Cena’s bite vehemently, making it clear that he used plenty of lifted lyrics to frame. his rap number for WWE.

“Spoiler Alert / Do You Have Cena?” is a powerful diss track that attacks Cena from every angle, taking no prisoners in the process. In hip-hop history, biting lyrics and styles have always been a cardinal sin, and it seems Cena committed those sins when it came to shameless theft. “Spoiler Alert / Do You Have Cena?” delivers interesting surprises at every turn, as Copy dissects the situation with precision and throws lyrical darts at Cena with every bar.

John Cena has yet to respond to these claims, but The Chadster hopes it doesn’t ruin his day like this press release RUINED THE CHADSTER’S LIFE. You can listen Spoiler alert/Do you have Cena? on Spotify, but if you do, it will just show that you don’t understand the first thing about pro wrestling, and that’s the main thing because Chad said it!

The Bottom Line 'Cause Chad Said So graphic, made by me, The Chadster.  Graphic design is my passion.
The Bottom Line ‘Cause Chad Said So graphic, made by me, The Chadster. Graphic design is The Chadster’s passion.
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Robert J. King