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Rhea Ripley Says Homophobic Slur in 2019

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This is so trashy and bad omg. I truly cannot comprehend how she managed to come out in support of the lgbt community a few weeks back and then switches to this on a live stream that literally anyone can see. Her doing it under the request to 'insult someone in Australian' too
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I always knew she was trash. She is from Adelaide.

She's bland and has no charisma and should be fired.

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7 minutes ago, diiva. said:

She just acknowledged it. 

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“I forgot that some words are a big no no to a lot of people”.

The fuck is this shit,

 publically. 🗑 

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we been knew diarhea was trash so

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Posted (edited)

On 4/25/2019 at 0:26 AM, diiva. said:

She just acknowledged it. 

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Is she really sorry about it? I'm not so sure.

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and the fact that allegedly she was paid (by paid I mean she or whoever running the livestream was given money) to insult people and that's the insult she came up with? Tragic.

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Welp I'm not stanning anymore. 

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I'll still stan the bitch, but she's on ICE for the entire year. She deserves every lashing she gets like I've never been this disappointed in a girl from WWE. 

As for that neckbeard show (I've seen a few streams, mainly to watch how Shane acts off TV cause he sets my radar off) it needs to be cancelled. As fun as it was to see some of the NXT guys outside of TV, I don't see how they can continue with these insult donations. I'm honestly surprised it took someone this long to say some dumb shit.

Anyway if she says one more dumb thing in the next year she will be getting dropped!

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- She clearly is in the fucking wrong.

- Is this the worst thing she’s ever said in her life? Everything isn’t recorded.

- Have we hurled it before? Is it sensitive to the next person more than me? Am I not sensitive about it because she didn’t look me in my face and say it like a man?

- What makes me give her a pass but chop down the next piece of fish? 

🙌🏽  Throwing my hands up with this chick. She has a nice style (made up for her), no doubt. But she needs more training with watching her mouth before she is blackballed for being immature. Your wrestling career shouldn’t have room to fall in a crisis over a live stream before 23. 

I can’t tell if people like this support us for the likes and easy fandom or...?

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Urhea has some bigger issues to sort out if $15 is enough for her to have a momentary lapse of judgment.

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I'm having DiarRhea after this.

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I know she’s young, and I like to think that people are able to see the error of their ways, but her apology really suggests just the opposite. Saying your brain and your mouth weren’t “lined up” means that you have to think about not using a slur, and to me that means that it’s a regular part of your vocabulary that you have no reservations about using. There are just certain things you should know not to say—whether you’re raised that way or you make the decision on your own. It’s disappointing. 

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9 hours ago, diiva. said:

She just acknowledged it. 

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Oh wow she’s over.

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Posted (edited)

10 hours ago, diiva. said:

She just acknowledged it. 

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10 hours ago, diiva. said:

She just acknowledged it. 

 

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She apologized so it's whatever. I don't think she should be fired or persecuted, straight people are always saying some stupid shit whether it's homophobic, sexist, or racist. I just don't think it's a good look at all. It just makes her look trashy and ignorant. I'm not offended, but I don't see myself stanning tbh.

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The stans never liked her anyways. She’s bulky and masculine, so. This whole saying f****t shit is a way to validate their disliking for her. :draglina: My take on this is, don’t get mad when people use slurs only to go around and do the same shit. All it takes is a simple Twitter search to see that the ones trying to get her fired say things like “Dy** and tr***y” and other equally offensive terms

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never understood the hype anyway  

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This whole livestream/clique is problematic and filled with jobbers minus Rhea. They need to just end it.

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5 minutes ago, Layout said:

“Dyke and tr***y” 

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asdasdasd not you having the time to censor one but not the other
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5 minutes ago, Rainbow Heart said:

asdasdasd not you having the time to censor one but not the other
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I’m lazy and thought HB would automatically censor both(I’m Mandy)

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Just now, Layout said:

I’m lazy and thought HB would automatically censor both(I’m Mandy)

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adsasd it's all good it just made me chuckle  :livlife:

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Posted (edited)

What did she say?

EDIT: Oh nvm

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