Drew McIntyre was interviewed by Gary Cassidy from Sportskeeda, where he talked about the recent issues in regards to cyber-bullying and what could be done to prevent this from happening again. This is a touchy, but necessary subject to speak about, as the issues of cyber-bullying are at an all-time high. Most recently, the wrestling world lost Hana Kimura at the age of 22 from suicide caused by cyber-bullying.
“I mean… There are so many scenarios and situations around the world that are incredibly upsetting. I don’t think that Drew McIntyre is the person that should be speaking on it. I think you should just ask yourself, you know, ‘Would I like it if somebody said that to me?’ It’s as simple as that. It takes a lot of effort to not be nice and doesn’t take any effort to be nice. Just be nice.”
In a week where we’ve saw many horrible comments online – and, sadly, the consequences they can have – I asked @DMcIntyreWWE what his message would be to the people who choose to say such things.
— Gary Cassidy (@consciousgary) May 29, 2020