Sinn Bodhi, who formerly competed as Kizarny for the sports entertainment organization, posted the following user comment on Twitter Friday slamming their anti-bullying campaign: "I can't take the #WWE Be A Star Campaign seriously when it's known what they said about Lilian Garcia and @SiNNbODHi #Hypocrisy."
The incident was the latest example of WWE publicly humiliating Garcia following her decision to leave the company in 2009. She took note of the heavy fan support following this latest mockery and went on Facebook and Twitter to write a thank you message.
"Hey my Lil Rockers, just want to tell you that I LUV YOU, I LUV YOU, I LUV YOU!! You are the BEST fans in the world!! Thank you for being there for me!! Xoxo ;):" she wrote following Friday's SmackDown broadcast on Syfy.
Following the conclusion of Tuesday's show, Cena belittled Garcia in front of the Prudential Center audience by saying "she looks absolutely beautiful but doesn't know what the hell she's doing." He had a street clothes dressed Tony Chimel brought out to properly introduce Ryder since he's a professional and "knows what he's doing."