Former WWE superstar Simon Gotch has criticized Enzo Amore, after the 'certified-G' made a rap single about the woman who accused him of rape.
Speaking to WSVN-TV, Gotch said the best case scenario for the song was that Amore made a diss rap about a mentally unstable woman.
He said: "She needs to be seeing a psychiatrist and getting drug counselling. She does not need a diss rap being written about her.
"A decent human being would see that and go ‘You know what? I’m going to distance myself from this. I’m going to move on and do my own thing."
Amore was fired from WWE in January this year, after rape allegations about him were made public, in addition to backstage issues.
The case against Amore was dropped recently, due to insufficient evidence being found by police.
"Worst-case scenario, he did commit the act of rape, he lucked out because unfortunately, the reality of criminal proceedings is that they are financial acts," Gotch told reporter Chris Van Vliet.
The former NXT Tag Champion explained that cases are often dropped on the grounds of insufficient evidence if investigators decide they don't wish to spend any more on the case.
"Worst case scenario, he did a diss track on a woman he raped. So best case scenario he’s an awful human being. Worst case scenario he’s a monster.”