Becky Lynch has taken to Twitter to deny she or any WWE stars would ever message fans on social media asking for money.
Unfortunately it appears some terrible humans are using social media platforms to pretend to be WWE stars, who then talk unfortunate and innocent fans into sending them money.
Becky is the second WWE star in a matter of weeks to deny scamming fans, with Liv Morgan also recently urging fans to ignore any messages from someone claiming to be her or another WWE star.
Here is what Becky said:
“It should go without saying, but I, or any other WWE superstar, would not ever message any fan looking for money or gift cards.
“Please, if anyone ever messages you, pretending to be me, asking for money, or anything else, immediately block and report.
“The amount of times I have heard of this happening is sickening.”
Here is what Liv Morgan said just a couple of weeks ago.
A man sold his home and lost everything thinking he was helping “me”. This has me so sick. Please know I would never reach out to ask any of you for a single penny. I’m so sad. Please stop
— LIV Morgan (@YaOnlyLivvOnce) April 16, 2022
We would also like to urge fans to ignore anyone claiming to be a WWE or other promotion’s wrestling star who messages them on Twitter. It will be a scam.
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