Cheerleader Jada Wooten claims she was dropped from the role due to ‘bad language’ on the show

Cheer star Jada Wooten alleged that she was told she couldn’t get into acting because she was told “mothers wouldn’t want their daughters to take pictures with you”.

Second season of Netflixcompetition documentary series cheer arrived last month, focusing on Navarro College’s rivalry with fellow Texas Trinity Valley Community College.

One of TVCC’s biggest stars is Jada Wooten, who has become a celebrity among fans for his straightforwardness and righteous attitude.

However, in a post shared on Instagram on Monday (January 31), Wooten said that she was Cheer clothing company Rebel Athletic, with whom she signed, due to her “bad language” on the show.

Shares screenshots confirming her scheduled engagements and photo sessions with the company – something Wooten claims was previously agreed upon Cheer season two has aired – the athlete says she has been excluded from Sunday’s meet and greet (January 30) and future competitive appearances.

“Their reason for this is that my language on the show is not good and I don’t fit their brand,” she wrote. “She told me ‘moms wouldn’t want their daughters to take pictures with you’.”

Wooten also stated that she was not invited on Cheer live tour, which has been co-created by coach Navarro and Dancing with the stars contestant Monica Aldama. Many of the show’s stars, including contestants from both Navarro and TVCC, will participate.

Wooten continued: “As sad as I am about Rebel, I won’t care about this. The truth is that I don’t fit Rebel or the travel brand. I’m too much and there’s no room for all of me there.

“I won’t ‘clean up my language’ to appease them to fit in. Because you know what? It never stops there. There will always be one more thing ‘too much’ ‘More to make me see myself in trying to belong where I’m not meant to be. “

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In a statement shared with The vultureRebel Athletic says that due to “ [Wooten’s] choose words in Cheer season 2 and our average audience is 8 to 10 years old, we asked her to sit out 3 meet and greet events that would appeal to a younger audience. ”

They claimed to have offered Wooten “another chance”, but instead she “demanded a complete end to her relationship with Rebel”.

Cheer Now available to stream on Netflix.

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