Russo says he’s going to discuss how he had to hold someone accountable on Twitter this past week. He says he covers wrestling because wrestling is his job, but he feels that he has a responsibility to talk to people about the hardships in life from time to time, and to assure people that God will be there for them. He says that some people have recently called him out for becoming very religious all of a sudden, but he points out that he’s been a Christian for 14 years so this is nothing new.
He says that there was an exchange of tweets over this past weekend between Chris Jericho and Ryan Satin of ProWrestlingSheet. In an attempt to promote his upcoming cruise, Jericho joked on Twitter that there are going to be a lot of sexy women in bikinis on the cruise.
Russo says he had no issue with this whatsoever, because he has no issue with promoting the beauty of the human body, either male or female. However, Satin apparently had a big issue with this because he tweeted back at Jericho, sarcastically saying that he’s sure Jericho’s female fans will be happy with being objectified like that.
Russo says he doesn’t understand why Satin is on such a high horse, attempting to play social justice warrior from behind his laptop in his apartment building. Jericho’s initial remark was a funny, entertaining way to promote the cruise and Russo saw nothing wrong with it.