“I love you forever my daughter”

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Liv Morgan recently underwent a major character change in WWE programming. She seems to have shifted to a more psychotic streak in recent weeks.

However, that didn’t stop the former SmackDown Women’s Champion from taking to Twitter to wish Aliyah a happy birthday.

Morgan sent warm wishes and a heartfelt message to the Canadian star on her 28th birthday.

“Happy birthday to my beautiful princess @wwe_aliyah, love you forever my daughter,” Morgan wrote.

Check out Morgan’s tweet below:

Aliyah recently won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships alongside Raquel Gonzalez. The duo captured the tag titles for the first time after being released by Sasha Banks and Naomi.

Aliyah and Raquel defeated Dakota Kai and IYO SKY to claim the titles, but ultimately lost them to duo Damage CTRL after a 14-day reign.

Liv Morgan’s only championship reign in WWE came to an end after her loss to Ronda Rousey

Liv Morgan has had a tremendous 2022 in WWE so far. She is a former SmackDown Women’s Champion and also won the prestigious Money in the Bank briefcase earlier in the year.

Morgan used the same contract to cash in on Ronda Rousey, defeating her at the Money in the Bank premium live event to make history by winning her first-ever title.

She then feuded with Natayla before reigniting her rivalry with The Baddest Woman On The Planet. The duo collided in a rematch at SummerSlam, with Morgan controversially retaining his title. At the Extreme Rules premium live event, Morgan lost her title to Rousey before switching characters.

Sonya Deville has been the target of the 28-year-old’s new psychotic thing. The two recently faced off in a slew of singles matches on SmackDown with Morgan emerging victorious.

Are you a fan of Liv Morgan’s new gimmick? Sound off in the comments section below!

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By Peter Kavinsky

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