WWE champion Drew McIntyre interviewed with Sportskeeda when the topic of cyberullying came up due to the recent tragic passing of STARDOM wrestler Hana Kimura. The Scottish Psychopath states that it actively takes more effort for someone to be nice than to not be nice before commenting on the numerous scenarios around the world that are upsetting.
I mean, there are so many scenarios and situations around the world that are incredibly upsetting. I don’t think that Drew McIntyre is the person that should be speaking on it. I think you should just ask yourself, you know, ‘Would I like it if somebody said that to me?’ It’s as simple as that. It takes a lot of effort to not be nice and doesn’t take any effort to be nice. Just be nice.
Kimura’s death did alert the Japanese government to begin severely monitor cyberbullying activity, with higher-ups hoping to find some of the culprits who caused the late 22-year old star distress.
Check out McIntyre’s full comments here.
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