WWE Digitally Removes Sasha Banks Sign From Image Gallery

During last night’s episode of WWE “SmackDown,” a fan could be seen holding a sign that read “Sasha Krew 4 Life.” WWE has since digitally removed the sign from an image gallery of highlights from last night’s show.

Since Banks and Naomi walked out on WWE on May 16 before an episode of “RAW,” all of their merchandise has been removed from the WWE Shop.

Their likenesses also had been removed from any video advertisements or introductions.

Shortly after the incident, WWE issued a statement which condemned Naomi and Banks for their decision to leave.

According to their statement, Banks and Naomi relinquished their Women’s Tag Team Titles because they felt they weren’t respected as a tag team, and claimed they felt unsafe inside the ring with certain opponents before walking out.

Banks, as well as Naomi, was indefinitely suspended by WWE on May 20 after walking out on the May 16 episode of WWE Raw.

According to WWE's statement, "they walked into WWE Head of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis’ office with their suitcases in hand, placed their tag team championship belts on his desk, and walked out."

Throughout the June 17 episode of WWE SmackDown, a fan could be seen at ringside holding a sign that read 'Sasha Krew 4 Life'.

While the sign can still be seen in certain videos uploaded online, it has been digitally removed from the image gallery released highlighting last night's show.