On Nov. 4th, WWE released over 18 talented wrestlers from their roster, including B-Fab (Briana Brandy). Several fans were quite shocked and frustrated by her release, considering that she was just called up to the main roster not that long ago in the 2021 WWE Draft. In addition to WWE’s newest yet legendary tag teams, “HIT ROW.” B-fab, as Brandy was known in WWE, was one of the critical components to Hit Row, even creating their theme song. However, on Friday Night Smackdown, Hit Row was now a three-person stable with only Top Dolla, Ashante “Thee” Adonis, and Isaiah “Swerve” Scott.
The WWE Universe took the opportunity to voice their frustrations and anger with the #BringBFABBack, which trended during the whole duration of Smackdown, and also “BFab” was trending that night and “Hit Row.” Fans have been vocal to WWE about their decision to release B-Fab from their roster and have also shown their disapproval of the firing of her. The release made fans question what Brandy could’ve done on the main roster had she been given a chance and not released out of the blue.
Out of all of the releases, B-Fab’s hit the hardest because she wasn’t even given a chance. She was/is a major part of Hit Row, and the group does not feel the same without her. Such a dumb decision to let someone go when they have the star presence she does. #BringBackBFab pic.twitter.com/fKPfDrikbN — Andrew (@bigtimeEST) November 6, 2021
Brandy also uploaded a video of her rapping about her WWE release saying how “B-fab was and is always going to be fab.” The video took a deep dive into her rap career and state how she is “here to stay, and this is not the end.” She also went on to thank everyone that has had her back during this challenging news.