Rhea Ripley Reacts to being Called Manly

Jun 8, 2020 - by James Walsh

In an interview with mirror.co.uk, Rhea Ripley talked about being cyber bullied: 

“I feel like everyone that is in this profession deals with bullying in social media and it’s sad. It’s a lot of people thinking we don’t see it, because we get a lot of things on social media, but at the end of the day, we see these things. We see through the cracks and it’s not nice stuff. I get stuff every single day whether that be comments on my Instagram photos, or tweets about a tweet that I put out. Just tweets that they make in general to just pick on me, make me feel bad about myself, belittle me or anything. It’s not good. Society these days, it needs to change. It’s sad that these things still happen in this day and age. At the end of the day, people just need to realise that we are people too. We have feelings, we have our own lives. We’re not the characters that we portray online, and even if we are, we’re a 10-time version of ourselves. That’s still not us. Most of the things we do, we wouldn’t do in person. So, if you have a problem with our character, that’s all good and fine, but you don’t have a problem with us. So why belittle us and make us feel this low about ourselves?” 

Ripley recently responded to a fan’s comment that stated how she looks like a man: 

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