Social media is a fantastic platform for all fans to interact with their favourite celebrities and know whatever they can about their life and times. The interactions of fans with their favourite stars range from interestingly intriguing to downright creepy. However, it gets interesting when some fans seem to misunderstand their boundaries during such interactions.
The most recent star to experience something like this was WWE commentator and interviewer, Renee Young.
The incident took place after Renee had appeared on WWE’s Snapchat account, where a fan had a pretty strange request for her.
Here’s the tweet:
@ReneeYoungWWE we want see your feet in snapchat please— john cena (@CenaM99) November 16, 2016
However, Young took this immensely creepy comment well, and replied in the nicest way possible:
Not that kinda party friendo. Luckily....there's other sites for that. https://t.co/gUyxUoeArV— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) November 16, 2016
Later in the day, WWE’s RAW and Smackdown pre-shows’ host, Scott Standford also had some fun with the comments posted on Twitter:
In the past too, Young has been a victim of many creepy comments and unruly online behaviour on a constant basis. As the better half of WWE heartthrob, Dean Ambrose, Young has had to deal with plenty of standard-issue trolls, along with continued hatred from all of Ambrose’s jilted female fans.
On one occasion, the consummate professional took to Instagram, to express her trauma from all the hate messages and trolls she received from people all over.
“I really wish people could focus on more important things in their lives, rather than stay up way past your bedtimes on a school night and try and tear down other people. It’s exhausting and it’s stupid and it’s so sad.
I understand that most of these comments come from teenagers that compare high school stories to real life, but grow up. If you are an adult, you should be ashamed of yourselves for behaving like a maniac beacuse you ‘think you know who these people are.’ You make social media a horrible time, and turn into a forum for a roast. TV is not real life. Period.”
One can only imagine the kind of messages all the female WWE stars must get from creeps around the world. Indeed, social media can be a strange place for interactions.
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