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Steve Austin Responds To Ahmed Johnson's Racist Accusations

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jul 02, 2019

Steve Austin Responds To Ahmed Johnson's Racist Accusations

Steve Austin and Mark Henry discussed comments made by Ahmed Johnson in which Johnson implied Austin was racist during his time in WWE. 

What Ahmed Johnson said:

“I was supposed to work against Shawn (Michaels) for the World Championship, but that kept getting pushed back further and further. There were people getting hurt and different things happening. I believe that if things would have went by the book the way I wanted to I would have probably been World Champion. 

I do think that it was behind my back, not just from what Shawn was saying, but some other racist boys were saying, I really do. 

Because with the things I heard from some of the boys about what Shawn was saying about handing over the belt to an African American and this, that, and the other. Then when I won the Intercontinental belt, someone scratched, ‘Congratulations Ni**er’ on my car — on my rental car. 

Then you got some people saying it was Shawn, some saying it was Steve (Austin). I don’t know which one it was but they were all too cowardly to stand up to it.” 

Austin responds:

"That guy has said things about me that were untrue," Austin said. "Not a fan either. Thank you for attesting to [me not being a racist]. I've never been able to address that because I've never had the- never needed to. That's a completely fabricated story and is complete horse sh*t and I've maintained my silence and this is the first time ever I've addressed it or talked about it." 

Henry added the following: 

"I would attest that you are not a racist," Henry said. "You ain't have to validate [Johnson's] stupidity. I'm glad we can address it because the source that it came from was not valid enough for anybody to believe it anyways." 

Source: WrestlingInc.com Quotes Tags: #wwe #steve austin #ahmed johnson

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