Dakota Kai had some choice words for a fan on Twitter. Neil Gray reports…
Most wrestling fans are pretty decent human beings. They understand that people should be respected, regardless of age, gender, or sexuality, and don’t really go any further than cussing out a promotion for failing to push their favourite star.
And then there’s that tiny minority that makes you want to bang your head against a wall until you forget about pro wrestling completely.
These ‘fans’, and I use that term very loosely, think that the whole world should revolve around them and their opinions, no matter how stupid or offensive those opinions might be.
Which brings us to Twitter user ‘The Elusive Mr. Rob Stanley’.
I’m sure that the AEW ladies wouldn’t appreciate your misogynistic views either, which very obviously stem from insecurities and low self worth. https://t.co/QOIhnjHS7U
— 𝖈𝖍𝖆𝖗𝖑𝖎𝖊𝖌𝖎𝖗𝖑 🎮 (@DakotaKai_WWE) December 11, 2020
Feeling that he needed to take to Twitter to make a statement on the NXT Women’s Division, he wrote;
AEW’s women’s division has more personality than NXT’s, hands down. NXT’s women’s division can be divided into two categories — buff women who look like men and Japanese talent who dress and act like they’re in a bad pantomime.”
In an obvious attempt to stir up a hornet’s nest, I doubt very much if he expected to be Twitter slapped by none other than Dakota Kai who replied;
I’m sure that the AEW ladies wouldn’t appreciate your misogynistic views either, which very obviously stem from insecurities and low self worth.
It’s very hard not to love Dakota Kai at the best of times, whether she’s heel or face, and watching her take down a grown man-child who probably spent most of his childhood locked in a basement, spanking it to a withered old copy of Sable’s Playboy Edition, is a privilege.
So remember folks, be a fan. Just don’t be this kind of fan.