More Lars Sullivan Comments Surface Online Mocking Mass Shootings, Religion And Hurricane Katrina
Lars Sullivan returned to WWE last Friday during Night 1 of the 2020 WWE Draft. Just two days later, Bodyslam exclusively reported that Sullivan had been caught sending inappropriate messages to a married woman on Instagram.
Since that news broke, more controversial comments from Sullivan’s past have arisen on the Internet. A Reddit thread posted today has revealed more insensitive and disrespectful comments made by the WWE Superstar in 2012 surrounding the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, religion and mass shootings.
These comments did not come out in the initial batch of Lars’s horrible racist and homphobic posts on bodybuilding forums a number of years ago.
“lol because Katrina? Guess what, they were just the loudest when it came to screaming for help. Vermont got nailed last year and they cleaned up themselves. The people down south instead scream for help and discrimination if we don’t take them by the hand and give them everything in the world just because their house got wet.”
Sullivan also made disrespectful comments centered around Christianity and US Mass Shootings.
However you interpret it. To me, after seeing all these interviews with witnesses and survivors, it’s so cringe worthy when they say “I thank God I’m still alive”, “Thank God I did not end up going when my Mom told me not to, he was looking over me”… how insulting is that to the people who did die? God wasn’t looking over them… why? Because you’re such a better Christian than them? That’s the epitome of ignorance and arrogance, they need to keep the word “God” out of it with future tragedies.
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