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Chelsea Green talks being ‘cancelled’ after Bray Wyatt tweet

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Former WWE Superstar Chelsea Green recently spoke to Ring The Belle. Green discussed several topics during the interview, including how fans seemingly tried to ‘cancel’ Green following a tweet about Bray Wyatt.

After Wyatt was released from the company, Chelsea Green took to Twitter to offer her opinion on the situation. Green tweeted “me waiting for @WWEBrayWyatt to come to the dark side ????’ with an image of Green in her ’˜Hot Mess’ gimmick.

‘I’m forever cancelled,” said during the interview. “Someone is always trying to cancel me. I don’t like feeding into the cancel culture, so I try not to respond.”

Chelsea Green on cancel culture

“But I tweeted something nice and supportive, and people are taking it so negatively” Green continued. “The irony of it is that two men in the industry, if not more, tweeted almost the exact same thing and were not cancelled.”

‘I am not like, a super feminist, but when it comes to stuff like this, that is where I think the line is crossed a little bit with the Twitter fans ’¦ is that they come for somebody and they all want to dogpile on that person. I just don’t support that. I don’t think it’s right. Luckily, I am mentally strong. I don’t let it affect me, but it really worries me ’“ how do other people take this stuff?”


‘And at the end of the day, I simply know Bray Wyatt is somebody who I have had personal conversations with” Chelsea Green continued. “I like Bray Wyatt, and his wife is someone who I have personal conversations with, who I also like. So, I know that they know what I mean, and that’s really what matters, is that I support him.’

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