Sami Zayn is currently preparing to make his comeback after being sidelined for over six months. As a WWE star, these talents are in the public eye. With that comes good and bad when regarding how fans treat them.
Although they celebrities due to their exposure on television, at the end of the day, they are just people trying to make a living through this craft.
Zayn decided to take to his official Twitter account where he expressed his frustration with fans and the way that they use the social media platform. He wrote the following:
“I’ve written SO many reactionary tweets out of anger & disgust, only to delete before sending because I realize they do no good. For as many ‘likes’ as they’d get, I’d just be contributing to the toxic swirl of sh*t that exists online.Can’t stop everyone, but you can stop you.”
I've written SO many reactionary tweets out of anger & disgust, only to delete before sending because I realize they do no good.
For as many 'likes' as they'd get, I'd just be contributing to the toxic swirl of shit™ that exists online.
Can't stop everyone, but you can stop you.
— Sami Zayn (@SamiZayn) January 5, 2019
The WWE RAW star was last seen when he suffered a loss to Bobby Lashley at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view event in Chicago, Illinois at the Allstate Arena last year that aired on WWE’s streaming service, WWE Network. Zayn underwent shoulder surgery to fix a torn rotator cuff
Just last month, WWE announced that Zayn would be returning to in-ring action shortly but did not provide a date.