Ma.çé made his return to the main roster back in July last year as part of Maximum Male Models, but not everyone was happy to see him there. That being said, the WWE Superstar knows how to make a scene on social media. In fact, it seems he threatened to file a lawsuit against Burger King.
The renowned fast-food burger chain is currently facing a conflict with Ma.çé, a prominent figure at Maximum Male Models. Together with Mån.sôör and Maxxine, they have taken on the self-appointed task of “sending the unattractive individuals back to their place of origin.” However, this mission statement appears to be solely Ma.çé’s perspective.
During his appearance on the main roster as a fashion icon, Ma.çé proudly referred to himself as the ‘Chocolate King’. Therefore, when he came across Burger King’s promotional campaign featuring a product with the same name, he was far from pleased. Ma.çé took to Twitter and expressed his discontent, stating that the fast-food chain would soon be receiving a legal notice from his attorneys.
you’ll be hearing from my lawyers. @BurgerKing
Ma.çé has a history of lighthearted social media banter, as seen in his recent jest directed towards Top Dolla for his widely-publicized, failed attempt to jump over the top rope during SmackDown. The ex-RETRIBUTION member humorously referred to Top Dolla as “the man that gravity remembered.”
The flamboyant attires and behind-the-scenes sketches of Maximum Male Models have gained a significant following among wrestling enthusiasts. Nevertheless, there exists a portion of WWE’s audience who consider their extravagant behavior to be excessive.
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