WWE Superstar Paige took to Twitter to respond to body-shaming social media posts prompted by a photo of her shared on Twitter over the weekend.
The "concern" began when the following photo was posted by Mexican producer Arturo Velasco:
— Arturo Velasco (@Artvelascor) July 22, 2017
Her "fans" instantly responded:
Another wrestling tragedy just waiting to happen. #FreePaige
— Phillip Paulson (@PaulsonPhillip) July 23, 2017
Anorexia is catching up with poor Paige
Paige let us save you
Walk away please
— The Real Dark Heart (@TheDarkArtist2) July 23, 2017
— BM Q (@THEBIGQDOG) July 23, 2017
But Paige took to Twitter the next day with a rebuttal:
Don't worry guys and gals I got the good bra on today and better lighting. You guys sure have a way with words to make a girl feel good. 🙄🤔 pic.twitter.com/FKlEwDUTEZ
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) July 23, 2017
Paige later confirmed that the movie on the TV in her second photo was indeed The Karate Kid, and then teased a possible return to the ring in WWE when responding to fellow WWE wrestler Natalya:
— NattieByNature (@NatbyNature) July 24, 2017
I miss your face..See you soonnnn. Keep kicking ass ❤️ https://t.co/bWkQ01UumR
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) July 24, 2017
Paige has been in the news recently following an altercation in an Orlando airport with fiancé Alberto El Patron. After audio recorded of the incident made headlines on TMZ and mainstream media outlets, her brother and fellow pro wrestler Roy Bevis claimed on Facebook to have photo evidence of abuse, while brother and fellow pro wrestler Zak Bevis posted that he feared "she will end up like Whitney Houston or Amy Winehouse…"
Paige later took to Twitter to refute the claims, saying it was she who was being detained for assault after throwing a drink at El Patron following "bickering about something so small" after receiving a phone call about her Uncle's failing health. Soon after, Orlando Police recommended she be charged with battery in an official statement, and later closed the investigation into El Patron, seemingly corroborating Paige's version of events.