Mick Foley Condemns Bullies Following Hana Kimura Suicide

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Hana Kimura took her own life at 22 years old. She had so much to look forward to, but she will never see it happen due to online bullying.

Click here to watch the episode of the reality television show that caused this entire situation. Fans bullied her to the point where she committed suicide. Mick Foley was one of many who was devastated by this news.

Foley tweeted out to say that online bullying shouldn’t be a part of life and it damn sure shouldn’t have anything to do with death either. Hana Kimura’s passing is tragic and should never forgotten. She was only 22.

Hana Kimura was 22. Please let that sink in…22. She had her whole life in front of her. Online bullying should not be part of life. It damn sure should not be part of death. Hana Kimura was 22.

Noelle Foley also tweeted out about this terrible loss. She said: “Cyber bullying is not okay. It’s disgusting. It took the life of a precious soul. Gone way too soon. Please be kind to each other.”

The pro wrestling world reacted in droves when they heard the shocking news. Hana Kimura is gone, but her memory will live on. Hopefully, this tragedy will help some change how they treat others.

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