Stephanie McMahon On WWE Characters Counter To Be-A-Star

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A fan on Twitter asked Stephanie McMahon for her response to those that say WWE is going against their anti-bullying campaign when they feature characters that are bullies. Below is her response:

">@djstweetarazzi:

@djstweetarazzi: @WWE going against @beaSTARalliance ?" No diff than bullying in a movie, WWE is Entertainment @beaSTARalliance is real

— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) August 29, 2013

">@WWE going against @beaSTARalliance ?" No diff than bullying in a movie, WWE is Entertainment @beaSTARalliance is real

— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) August 29, 2013

While the hypocrisy is evident, there is a difference between what is storyline and what is real-life. I do not have a problem with Hunter and Ryback playing the role of antagonists that bully, however, there are certain lines that should not be crossed. One that I found particularly disgusting was the infamous Piggy James angle.

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