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Did Beheading of US Journalist James Foley Force WWE To Pull New Animated Series?

Posted By: Ben Kerin on Aug 29, 2014

Did Beheading of US Journalist James Foley Force WWE To Pull New Animated Series?

WWE for some unknown reason has been forced to remove their recently debuted animated series on their official website and YouTube page called "Cheap Pops."

Mike Parker, the creative director of the company behind the show commented:

"Welp. I don’t know any details, but WWE had to take Cheap Pops down super fast,” Parker wrote on Facebook. "It was doing great, thanks for all the shares…but yeah. We’ll see what happens!"

There was a scene in the animation in which a head blew up, in light of the recent beheading of the American journalist James Foley, WWE may have pulled the show to protect themselves from any backlash.

WWE has also recently slowed down the intensity of Rusev and Lana storyline with regards to heightened political tensions between Russia and the USA.

Tags: #wwe #cheap pops #rusev #lana

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