WWE star Charlotte Flair has involved herself in a controversy after she liked a Tweet on Twitter over the chaos in Israel. She has received heat from the fans and they are demanding WWE to ‘cancel’ The Queen.
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There are many campaigns underway to cancel people in pro wrestling. Fans are raising their voices to check whether they are heard. As it turns out they have now targetted the former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion.
Gal Gadot recently tweeted out a very controversial message using a text graphic and Flair had liked it which caused the fans to criticize The Queen. Stephanie McMahon ‘Brings Back’ Fired WWE Diva
Gadot wrote the following:
“My heart breaks. My country is at war. I worry for my family, my friends. I worry for my people. This is a vicious cycle that has been going on for far too long. Israel deserves to live as a free and safe nation, Our neighbors deserve the same. I pray for the victims and their families, I pray for this unimaginable hostility to end, I pray for our leaders to find the solution so we could live side by side in peace. I pray for better days.”
However, there are several fans who are supporting Flair in this case as well . Many have spoken out about how it is unfair to cancel Flair and praise others who have done similar things. One of the fans wrote:
“If anyone’s curious who Gal Gadot is, she’s the one that played Wonder Woman. Yes Charlotte liked her tweet. Gal Gadot has a history of fighting for peace. So stop trying to cancel Charlotte. Gal Gadot is fighting for the same thing Sami Zayn is fighting for.”
If anyones curious who Gal Gadot is, she's the one that played Wonder Woman. Yes Charlotte liked her tweet. Gal Gadot has a history of fighting for peace. So stop trying to cancel Charlotte. Gal Gadot is fighting for the same thing Sami Zayn is fighting for. pic.twitter.com/Y4TnPYucLC
— Angelo Ferreira (@AngeloFerreiraG) May 12, 2021
Charlotte Flair is set to collide with WWE Raw Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley and Asuka at WrestleMania Backlash pay-per-view on May 16.