WWE Superstars often reinvent themselves with new outfits and color schemes, but The Judgment Day, led by Rhea Ripley, proudly sticks to their signature black and purple attire. The unwavering commitment to their distinct colors has become a hallmark of their faction, so much so that even potential recruits like Jey Uso were expected to embrace the same color palette. But beneath the bold exterior, do The Judgment Day members secretly harbor affections for other colors?
In a recent interview, Rhea Ripley, affectionately known as “Mami” to her faction mates, shed light on her personal aversion to a specific color that she finds utterly repulsive. Ripley, renowned for her black and purple ensemble, reflected on a cringe-worthy fashion choice from her past.
During the interview, Ripley was asked about the most embarrassing fashion item she had ever worn. To the surprise of many, she confessed to a pair of jeans colored in a shade of mustard as her fashion faux pas. She candidly stated,
She said, “Um, I remember I used to wear… now I just wear black. But I had a pair of jeans and they were colored mustard. I hate them. I don’t know why I thought it was stylish.” She also added, “I don’t know why mom talked me into buying them and, they didn’t fit right. Yeah, they were just made horribly and they were mustard color yeah.”
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Ripley’s intense aversion to mustard-colored attire extended to her personal relationships. She revealed that during the early days of her relationship with her partner, Kevin, she forbade him from wearing mustard-colored jeans. With a hint of humor, she recounted,
“He used to wear them at the start of the relationship. I was like take them off. You’re not going out in public with me wearing mustard-colored jeans, it’s not a thing. I hate mustard yellow jeans.”
The interview not only provided a glimpse into Ripley’s candid thoughts on fashion but also highlighted her humorous take on past fashion blunders, particularly her disdain for all things mustard-colored. Interestingly, her strong feelings about this hue shed light on her unyielding commitment to The Judgment Day’s signature black and purple aesthetic.
However, in a surprising twist, Rhea Ripley recently took to social media to express her frustration toward Jey Uso following a dramatic confrontation on WWE RAW. Uso was offered a place in The Judgment Day faction but defiantly refused during a match against Drew McIntyre. After RAW, Ripley posted a single word on Twitter directed at Jey Uso, expressing her discontent with a resounding “B**ch.”
Jey Uso’s move to RAW hints at a potential solo career, raising anticipation among fans for a possible Survivor Series showdown. It’s speculated that Jey may team up with Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Cody Rhodes to take on The Judgment Day, setting the stage for a compelling rivalry.
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As the WWE Universe contemplates Ripley’s colorful confessions and her online reaction to Jey Uso, the wrestling world remains abuzz with excitement and curiosity.