What Do John Cena and Kim Kardashian Have In Common?
The WWE Champion John Cena has never met a challenge that he felt that he should back down from. In addition, Cena has never been too shy to lay all of the cards on the table and issue a challenge to any potential opponent. No matter how much bigger, stronger or faster they are than him, a fight he’ll never back down from. Since Cena defeated The Rock to win the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29, his list of opponents has been quite limited. But today on Twitter, Cena tweeted out as message that not only called out an opponent, but established allies as well.
Earlier today, Cena sent out a tweet, not calling out a wrestler, but a pretty significant figure in the entertainment industry.
@JohnCena After #WM29 I owe @S_C_ 4 letting #thechamp do bizz so if @KimKardashian @kanyewest need @RayJhandled…. #thechampishere #RTimeIsNow
Yes, you were reading this right. John Cena is calling out Ray J, in support of the celebrity super couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. As many know, Ray J is attempting to gain relevance again by releasing a single which is a direct shot at the super couple where Ray J pontificates on how he was with Kim before Kanye. The song is a bit degrading in terms of attacking Kim’s character Since both Kanye and Kim are very busy with their own business capital ventures to be concerned with a response, but leave it to John Cena to fill in the response void.
If you remember, Kim has some ties with the WWE when she was a guest host at WrestleMania 24 from Orlando, FL. According to the WWE, Kim was a very pleasant celebrity guest, despite the reputation that she carries. With the champ backing the face of the Kardashian empire along with one of the most powerful rappers on the planet, Ray J may want to reconsider putting out any additional “diss tracks” before he gets an attitude adjustment.
Maurice D. Proffit is a writer for Rant Sports
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