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Naomi won’t let trolls keep her from speaking up for herself and all SmackDown’s women

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Tyler Breeze and Luke Harper have been open on Twitter recently about frustrations with their current situation in WWE, and hopes for the future. That’s something Trinity “Naomi’ Fatu’s been known to do from time to time, too. She did it again last week when not only her advertised #1 contender match, but Asuka’s entire SmackDown Women’s title run were assimilated into the WrestleMania 35 main event story.

For some reason, trolls and other online haters seem to respond to tweets critical of WWE booking differently when they come from the Total Divas star than they do when folks like Harper and Breeze do it (hint: it’s because she’s black and a woman).

Unfortunately for her, that means Naomi gets a lot of practice handling them. Fortunately for us, she’s gotten very good at it.

For example, after the WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal was announced, she tweeted this:

Her timeline and mentions quickly filled up with stuff like this:

So starting with that, she started just putting them out there...

Sadly, just another day in the Twitter world. Keep fighting, Trin.