Alexa Bliss Says Bullies Should Be Held Accountable After Hana Kimura Suicide
Alexa Bliss posted a meme saying that social media is such a powerful tool. It can be used to market your brand, business, or communicate with friends and loved ones. The comment in her post was a heartfelt message after the news of Hana Kimura’s suicide broke.
Bliss didn’t know Kimura, but it is still heartbreaking. She stated that it’s time to start holding people accountable for the words they say online. Wrestlers are characters, but they’re actual people as well. Some fans forget about this fact and abuse their access by spreading hate.
Alexa Bliss encouraged anyone who is suffering from cyber bullying to reach out and get help. It’s not okay to take that kind of abuse.
I posted this back in Jan. it’s important to remind people that cyber bullying is a real thing & that your words carry a lot whether you mean them to or not. I didn’t know Hana Kimura personally, but my heart breaks for her and her family. & I’ve seen on social the amount of lives she’s impacted. It’s time to hold people accountable for their words and actions online. Sometimes people forget that no matter what character we may portray on tv or in the ring is just that…a character. Everyone is a real person with real feelings. If you are suffering from any kind of bullying or cyber bullying PLEASE REACH OUT to someone 🖤 #RIPHanaKimura
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