Alexa Bliss receives harassment on social media



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Alexa Bliss receives harassment on social media

There are some morbid and slimy fans who are part of the world of Alexa Bliss, who's harassed online directly or indirectly almost on a daily basis. Bliss is certainly one of the most popular female Superstars in the wrestling world and she has 5.6 million followers on Instagram and 1.7 million followers on Twitter and most of these do not know remotely what respect or privacy is.

Recently, tired of yet another abuse via social media, Alexa sent a message via a tweet, even though these people will probably never stop: "On Twitter and I really hate that this needs to be said again - NO, you are not talking to me on any other social outlets, NO- you are not receiving private messages from 'personal accounts' from me, NO - we are NOT dating, NO- I am not asking you for money- and death threats to me and to my boyfriend I'm not OK."

She then added, with two other tweets, the following: “Whoever you are communicating with who pretends to be me IS NOT ME. Stop communicating to us." And then again: "And most importantly - AGAIN death threats ARE NOT OK."

Alexa Bliss gets angry

Obviously one can also wonder why Alexa Bliss vented in that way and the answer is simple: there are many fake wrestler accounts who write private messages, both on Twitter and Instagram, to fans pretending to be them and sometimes even asking for money.

While for people who simply present themselves as themselves, fans, are often so sick that they believe they are engaged to these Superstars, it happens mostly with women of course, and they threaten boyfriends, mates and husbands, resulting in stalkers.

A really disgusting thing. Be careful if anything happens to you too. Trust only the official blue ticks on the profiles and don't give any money to anyone. She sent out a bunch of tweets earlier tonight, requesting that her fans stop falling for scammers who pretend to be her on social media sites.

Bliss finished off by urging them to stop sending death threats to her, as well as her fiance Ryan Cabrera. "On Twitter & I really hate that this needs to be said AGAIN - NO, you are not talking to me on any other social outlet, NO- you do not get DMs from a 'personal acct' from me, NO - we are NOT dating, NO- I am not asking for $$ - & death threats 2 me & my fiancé are NOT OK," wrote Bliss.