Westside Gunn is certainly one of the most established rappers in the Hip-Hip world. Westside Gunn is also no stranger to controversy as he made headlines for associating with Marylin Manson. Now it seems the rapper has done something nice for a change.

Westside Gunn is also known to toot his own horn, especially when it comes to his fashion game. Before he made a name for himself working with Eminem and collaborating with Kanye West, Gunn called himself “Flygod.”

However, as many fans know, Westside Gunn is a massive pro wrestling fan. Recently, Gunn felt quite generous. This is because he donated $500 to aspiring wrestler Alexis Littlefoot so that she could pay off fees for wrestling school.

After Littlefoot tweeted, “Only $500 left to pay off Wrestling school,” Westside Gunn responded with a screenshot of a Cash App payment with the caption, “Pay that school off right now, we got work to do.”

Naturally, Littlefoot then took to Twitter and showed her appreciation for Westside Gunn’s generous gesture. She then revealed that she was going to quit pro wrestling for good, but donations from generous people kept her dream alive.

Y’all I’m gonna go cry Gunn just paid my wrestling school balance. Never asked big homie for nothing. That’s true love and support right there. Omg.

I was going to quit wrestling school last month cause I couldn’t afford it. But thanks to my followers, friends and family for seeing me grind and supporting financially. I have never felt so blessed.

In related news, Greg Hamilton had threatened to file a lawsuit against Westside Gunn last month. It is likely he was fired by WWE for this reason as well. Regardless, Westside Gunn will continue to show his love for pro wrestling in any way he can.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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