Paige has said that she plans to continue streaming on her Twitch account despite WWE's newly-enforced third-party content ban.
"I’m going to keep doing what I’m doing because, you know, I don’t have a lot going on, you guys. I really don’t. I feel really happy today because of all the support that was given. I don’t have a lot going on. So this is really special to me. I’m always one that speaks my mind."
This came shortly after an emotional stream that saw Paige say she "couldn't deal with [WWE] anymore", reacting to the promotion's decision to prevent its hamstrung independent contractors from using platforms like Twitch, Cameo, and YouTube under their ring names. Several WWE wrestlers are thought to be speaking to Democratic politician Andrew Yang (a vocal critic of WWE's business practices) about the situation.
Paige added the following:-
"It’s kind of bittersweet because I can get in trouble for being honest and having an opinion or it can be something very positive where I helped a lot of people. I like to stand up for what is right. For not just me, but for everybody."
We'll bring you more on this situation as it develops.