As PWMania.com previously reported, Stardom’s Hana Kimura committed suicide after she was bullied online. She was a top star in Stardom and her mother is Kyoko Kimura. She had recently appeared on “Terrace House,” a popular Japanese reality show on Netflix. There was an incident on the show and her reaction to it led to many fans turning on her and bullying her online. She posted a disturbing video earlier this week where she was seen trying to kill herself.
Paige, Natalya, Cash Wheeler, and many other wrestling talents took to Twitter to comment on her passing, which you can see below:
This breaks my heart. The Internet can be a cruel disgusting place. RIP to this beautiful young woman. 🙏🏻 https://t.co/SbgEyhoqpW
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) May 23, 2020
Damn it. Heartbreaking. #RIPHanaKimura
— CASH (@CashWheelerFTR) May 23, 2020
— NattieByNature (@NatbyNature) May 23, 2020
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) May 23, 2020
— Sü Yüng (@realsuyung) May 23, 2020
— Tama “The Good Bad Guy” Tonga (@Tama_Tonga) May 23, 2020
— Jessicka Havok (@FearHavok) May 23, 2020
Be nicer. Be better.
This is heartbreaking.
— Rachael Ellering (@RachaelEversWWE) May 23, 2020
I didnt even know you and I am crying. Spread love not hate. Words are powerful. ❤️ #riphanakimura
— Shotzi Blackheart (@ShotziWWE) May 23, 2020
Such a kind and wonderful person. Absolutely heartbreaking. Condolences to her family and loved ones.
RIP Hana Kimura 💔 https://t.co/Qb3s3Yp7H4
— Bull James (@RealBullJames) May 23, 2020
— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) May 23, 2020
It would help humanity out a great deal if we could put effort into being kind to one another.
RIP Hana Kimura
Condolences to her family, and her friends.
— Andrew Everett is more athletic than you (@_AndrewEverett) May 23, 2020
We all just need to show love to each other. ❤️💜 RIP Hana https://t.co/JtEV2IOEeg
— Levis ⁷ (@WWENoWayJose) May 23, 2020
#RIPHanaKimura Gone way too soon…..
— Brian Heffron aka The Blue Meanie (@BlueMeanieBWO) May 23, 2020
Ppl just really don’t understand the affect their words/jokes/energy/attacks have on others. Just because it can be distant or faceless doesn’t mean it is innocent or harmless.
— 🇺🇸 TJ Perkins 🇵🇭 (@MegaTJP) May 23, 2020