Popular North Carolina DJ Waleed Coyote is involved in a dispute with WWE wrestling superstar, Chris Jericho.
Waleed Coyote, who broadcasts on 102 Jams in Greensboro, was involved in a verbal altercation with Chris Jericho at “The Treasure Club,” in the early hours of May 7.
AllHipHop.com’s Rumors section reported that Chris Jericho became enraged and took a man’s phone, after he supposedly took a picture of him in the club.
He allegedly became involved in an altercation with a man who turned out to be popular personality Waleed Coyote, who is also CEO of Othaz Records and President of the Slip-N-Slide DJ coalition.
Now, Waleed is challenging Chris Jericho to a three-on-three match to settle the dispute.
“The thing that bothered me about this dude is that we weren’t formerly introduced and he acted out of line and you can’t do that in North Carolina,” Waleed Coyote told AllHipHop.com. “He would have done that to anyone in this state and you can’t do that.”
When Waleed and Chris Jericho were involved in their verbal confrontation, Jericho was accompanied by wrestler R. Truth, as well as a WWE referee.
Waleed Coyote, whose song “DJ Hero” with P. Wonda is getting air around the country, is challenging all three men to meet him in the ring.
Waleed said he will bring two men to compete in a 3-on-3 “No Rules” match.
“It was him [Jericho] the ref and R. Truth who wanted to pop off at me and my cousin and I don’t fight, but this time it’s different,” Waleed told AllHipHop.com.
According to Waleed, he will donate the proceeds of any such match to music charities throughout the state of North Carolina.
Reps for Chris Jericho could not be reached as of press time.