Ian Wright protests: “Nobody punishes anyone who wishes me to die of coronavirus”

LONDON (ENGLAND) – Former English football legend Ian Wright has ended up in the crosshairs of social media haters.

Usually the players pretend nothing but the former Arsenal striker wanted to report everything with screenshots published on Twitter.

This user not only offended him, he also wished him to die of coronavirus.

Really very bad taste behavior.

Wright's words are reported by ilposticipo.it.

“These are messages that hit me hard.

I am full of energy and positive feelings, but I am tired of turning the other cheek.

If someone told me the same things in public, they would probably end up in prison.

Instead these subjects can look for me and find me on social networks, offending me and there is nothing and nobody that can prevent it.

I know I shouldn't watch them but this is a kid !!!

I don't think this phenomenon can disappear.

People know you've been a victim of it.

Then maybe you will also find the answers, but you don't know what to do.

These are people who should know the reality around them.

In this case it is quite significant that the hater, at least as it appears from the photos, is a boy.

I still believe that training is the key and all we can do.

I just hope that and more people find out when it happens.

So the right kind of discipline and punishment is needed for people to understand that it is not acceptable and bearable. "

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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