Keith Lee made his debut on Monday Night Raw this week, interrupting a Randy Orton promo before working a match with him. It all led to his being booked in a match with Orton at the next pay-per-view on the WWE schedule, Payback, this coming Sun., Aug. 30, 2020, in Orlando.
But a lot of fans aren’t focusing on all that.
Of course they’re not.
Instead, many took note of changes to his entrance music and ring gear. To be fair, both were changes for the worse, at least in this writer’s humble opinion, but he wants to make clear that fans shouldn’t concern themselves with all that:
Music is out of my hands.— Dutiful Lee (@RealKeithLee) August 25, 2020
Leave it be. I'll sort it out later.
Leave it be and have some patience. Take a deep breath. It's going to be okay. I promise. Let ME handle that stuff. https://t.co/85jUeFT9AP— Dutiful Lee (@RealKeithLee) August 26, 2020
Of course I don't *have* to. I don't owe anyone an explanation. It is simply my way of showing respect to the people who have supported me.— Dutiful Lee (@RealKeithLee) August 26, 2020
I don't want people caught up on small things when what *should* be acknowledged is on my DEBUT, I mixed it up with Orton. WAY bigger deal https://t.co/abbK0Et9Dv
That fair? Or just deflecting in hopes of making that criticism go away?