MMA star Angela Lee has urged social media customers ‘to assume twice’ earlier than posting feedback on-line following the demise of Japanese wrestler Hana Kimura.
The ONE Championship atomweight winner stated she ‘wished’ she may have helped Kimura who died final month on the age of 22.
The reason for Kimura’s demise has not been confirmed however experiences have urged she had been severely troubled by offensive feedback on social media.
Apart from her wrestling profession, she was among the many forged of the favored Japanese actuality collection ‘Terrace Home’.
Lee, 23, posted on her social media that being within the public eye places numerous stress on individuals and warns that staying constructive on a regular basis means one little factor can ‘push you over the sting’.
She wrote: “Always being within the public eye will put numerous stress on anybody.
“Now add individuals’s judgements, criticism, ignorant feedback, hateful feedback… That is sufficient to push anybody over the sting.
“I do not perceive why individuals really feel the necessity to unfold negativity and unwell needs to a different individual, whom they’ve by no means even met.
“Your phrases can uplift and heal somebody however they’ll additionally knock down and destroy somebody. Please, assume twice earlier than you communicate. It may save somebody’s life.”
Since Kimura’s demise Japan has stated it’s introducing legal guidelines to fight cyberbullying.