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NXT's Jordan Myles calls on fans to protest WWE for racially insensitive shirt, Vince McMahon and Triple H tagged in tweets

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NXT star Jordan Myles is not letting WWE off the hook for the racially insensitive t-shirt that was up on WWEShop.com.

As noted earlier, Myles (former independent star ACH) took to Twitter after he saw the shirt design (click here to see the shirt) to call out WWE and he specifically tagged Vince McMahon and Triple H.

My gut tells me that people in management were not aware of the shirt because much of what goes up on WWEShop.com is handled by the marketing team and people in management are not approving every item that gets sold on their website.

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With that said, it looks like Myles is owed an apology by someone and probably the designer of the shirt.

Myles has been retweeting fans who are outraged by the shirt design and he is now asking fans to protest by turning their Twitter photos black and white.

There is always a chance that this could be turned into a work for a storyline but right now it appears Myles is legitimately upset with the company and the last thing WWE needs is bad mainstream press.

His tweet has been retweeted by Cedric Alexander