CM Punk Comments on WWE Star AJ Styles Staying Quiet About Racial Equality

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CM Punk Comments on WWE Star AJ Styles Staying Quiet About Racial Equality

CM Punk, a former WWE superstar, recently commented on AJ Styles staying quiet and not commenting on Racial Equality. CM Punk is known for voicing his opinion without fear of backlash. He is also one of the most controversial superstars of all time.

CM Punk currently works for WWE Backstage as an analyst and was one of the greatest promo cutters in WWE in the early 2010s. Since he is quite active on social media, he took a shot at AJ Styles along with a few celebrities recently.

He wrote, "Lotta people snitching on themselves. When people tell you who they are, believe it. Might be unfortunate and disappointing if you're a fan of that person, or if it's your grandmother, but f--k 'em.

Goodbye! (I yield my time, f--k you.)" A fan actually pointed out that AJ Styles was actually promoting his gaming steams but did not at all talk about the death of George Floyd at all. This was seen as something quite strange and people definitely took notice.

The fan wrote, "Right!?! Silence speaks volumes. Seeing AJ Styles promote streams and s--t but couldn't be bothered to post anything made it clear how he feels. That was a tough unfollow..."

CM Punk Bashed AJ Styles for Staying Quiet

Punk went on to stay that he knew about AJ’s beliefs for many years.

"Well. Come on. That one has been obvious for years," Punk wrote. A fan responded to Punk by stating that the “Cancel culture” is not really going to help anyone. He suggested that people should be taught to change their ways.

Punk responded to that by saying, "I agree to an extent. Some people you can't reach." A fan wrote, "I agree with some you can't. But often it's the way some people try reaching others that is ineffective.

Calling them an idiot or thick. Makes people switch off to the message. I'm all for challenging stuff, but some stuff you see on social media isn't going to build bridges." CM Punk responded, "Well no, social media is a dumpster fire."