Degrading comments made by Bella Twins regarding Chyna resurface. The unflattering comments were made on a television show back in 2013.
The Bella Twins are currently under fire from fans for their comments on the late Joan Marie Laurer more commonly known as Chyna to wrestling fans. A footage from 2013 with the Bella Twins discussing Chyna on the television channel E! shows them say some rather unruly stuff about the WWE Hall of Famer.
In the video, the Bella Twins were given a picture of Chyna and were asked to give their take. They then pondered if the 9th wonder of the world was a man or a woman before other guests on the show make much more uncomfortable statements.
Degrading comments made by Bella Twins regarding Chyna resurface
*This is from July 2013. Joan Rivers been 🪦
— Vin (@TheVindictive) June 27, 2021
Chyna was still alive when these comments were made. But it was filmed during a dark period of her life. Fans have not taken kindly to the comments and have taken to twitter to speak their mind regarding the issue.
The Bella Twins really going downhill after being inducted into the Hall of Fame 🤭
— al (@k2boyaf) June 27, 2021
I’d heard rumours that the Bella Twins had a bad attitude (apparently they bullied Maryse out of WWE) but this is absolutely disgusting
The Bella Twins and Joan Rivers mocking Chyna for her appearance 🙁
Chyna was a trailblazer for women’s wrestling
— “Jamie “The Controversial One” Holmes (@JamiePrestigio1) June 27, 2021
Disappointed that this shameful and hurtful behaviour was endorsed by celebrities for chuckles.
Your fans expected better from you.
Ladies, you know what to do.
Make it right 🙂
— WrestlePress (@WrestlePressUK) June 27, 2021
Criticizing and ridiculing another woman’s appearance run counter to the very same women’s empowerment that the @BellaTwins market themselves towards; @ChynaJoanLaurer and her memory deserve an apology.
— Eden (@HerRoyalKahnum) June 27, 2021
She died three years later on April 17, 2016 of an overdose of alcohol, combined with the anxiety drugs diazepam and nordazepam, painkillers oxycodone and oxymorphone, and sleeping aid, temazepam. Her body was found on April 20. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered into the Pacific Ocean.
Chyna was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame posthumously in 2019 as part of the D-Generation X. Both Triple H and Shawn Michaels though have endorsed the idea of Chyna getting into the Hall of Fame a second time as a solo act as well.
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