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Former WWE star says she was told that Steve Austin is racist

Devon Nicholson interviewed former WWE star Jazz this week for his Hannibal TV YouTube channel. In the 1-hour+ interview, Jazz talked about her wrestling career before, during and after WWE.

Jazz was signed to a WWE contract in 2001 and debuted on WWE TV in early 2002 so she heard the stories about Debra and Steve Austin from around that time. Jazz noted that she’s friends with Debra and they still talk to this day.

When asked if Shawn Michaels was polite to her backstage, Jazz said, “Yeah, everybody was polite. I don’t recall anybody just being … you know I’m going to tell you that a standoffish person was Stone Cold. He still would say hi but he would kind of just be in his own world, always with the top top guys in their corner, laughing and bullsh**ing. He was cool and Debra and I now I still chit chat with her every now and then just to say hello. If we see each other out at a signing or something we always try to have a drink or something together. There’s nothing but love with Debra. But Stone Cold … I heard he was a racist prick so I ain’t got too much to say to him anyway.”

Nicholson asked if she heard this from Debra or his other wife Jeanie Clarke. Nicholson noted that Clarke said in her book that Austin hung out with people who used the n-word but she did not say that he said the word.

Jazz said, “I was once told that he was pissed off at Debra because she was hanging out with one of the Spurs players, one of their wives and of course the player was black and he wasn’t fond of that. She was an n***er lover.”

In addition to Jeanie Clarke and Debra, another person who has made similar claims about Austin is Ahmed Johnson. Mark Henry took Austin’s side and dismissed Johnson’s claims about Austin.

You can check out the full interview below:


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