Natalya Addresses Flatulance, Sheamus Promotes Anti-Bullying

Published On 01/30/2012 | By Staff | News

New Haven Register has published an article on Sheamus’ visit to ACES Mill Road School in North Haven, Connecticut on Thursday to promote WWE’s anti-bullying initiative ‘be a STAR.’ Sheamus told students that he experienced bullying as a small, overweight red-headed kid.

“I didn’t tell anybody. I was afraid to be a tattle tale. I should have told somebody. It’s very important to talk to someone. There’s nothing wrong with you,” he said.

— Natalya Neidhart commented again on an angle that took place on Friday’s SmackDown in which it was indicated that the third-generation wrestler had embarrassingly passed gas during a backstage confrontation with Aksana and SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long.

A concerned fan wrote to Natalya on Twitter, “That whole fart thing bothered me on Smackdown. I hope it was meant as a joke instead of an embarassing thing towards you.”

She responded, “I’ll repeat this! Life is a lot easier when you don’t take yourself too seriously! Enjoy it- and live in the now!”

*VIDEO* – Natalya “sounds off” on SmackDown

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