The pro wrestler and star of Netflix's Terrace House Tokyo, has passed away after posting messages that hinted of cyberbullying. News of her death comes hours after she posted a series of chilling tweets suggesting she had engaged in self-harm after being targeted by online trolls and bullies. I'm weak, I'm sorry'.
She was often bullied on social media and it eventually led to her death, which has since been confirmed by STARDOM.
'Please be respectful and allow some time for things to process, and keep your thoughts and prayers with her family and friends.
The death of 22-year-old Hana Kimura, a Japanese pro wrestler starring in the newest season of the Netflix reality show "Terrace House", is swiftly morphing into a narrative about the possible perils of cyberbullying. After leaving Wrestle-1, Kimura returned to Stardom and became the leader of a faction called Tokyo Cyber Squad. Her first big win occurred at the JWP Junior Championship last July.
"We deeply pray for Hana Kimura's life".
Kimura was one of six people living together in front of cameras for "Terrace House". I don't know how many comments I've seen of people asking when she would go to WWE or AEW.
"Our company player Hana Kimura passed away today on May 23". Thank you everyone, I love you. It was a life I wanted to be loved. You are my little sister.
Terrace House also shared its grief on Twitter, expressing its "deepest condolences" to fans and wishing them all the best. I don't want to be a human anymore. On Instagram, Kimura had posted a series of troubling posts, and her final photo, posted the day before her death, was of an image of Kimura with her cat with a caption that read, "Goodbye".