Kayla Braxton caught COVID-19 twice in 2020, and she does not want to make it a third time. She had some words for fans who think it’s okay to make jokes about it.

The virus hit home for Braxton again tonight as someone very close to her passed away from COVID-19. She logged onto Twitter and saw that several people tagged her in jokes about the highly contagious virus. This caused the WWE interviewer to unleash a heated tweet on the matter.

While I was at work tonight, I got a call that someone very close to me died of covid. And as I logged on to this platform tonight, I noticed multiple disgusting tweets tagging me to make jokes about me when I had the virus early this year. FU*K you.

Drew McIntyre has COVID-19, and he advised fans to take the virus seriously. We’ve almost been dealing with this issue for a year now in America, but people still want to make jokes. COVID-19 won’t go away without a concerted effort, and making jokes is not the way to go about things at all.


Our thoughts are with anyone dealing with an awful situation due to this terrible virus.

H Jenkins

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