Japanese skilled wrestler Hana Kimura died on Could 23 on the age of 22. Kimura wrestled for the promotion Stardom, who confirmed her demise on their web site and social media. The Tokyo-based firm, additionally recognized by its full identify World Marvel Ring Stardom, issued the next assertion on their Twitter in Japanese:
— スターダム✪STARDOM (@wwr_stardom) Could 23, 2020
In accordance with Obligatory, the English assertion reads:
Stardom followers, we’re very sorry to report that our Hana Kimura has handed away. Please be respectful and permit a while for issues to course of, and maintain your ideas and prayers together with her household and pals. We respect your help throughout this troublesome time.
This story continues to be creating and might be up to date as extra info turns into accessible.
Many Followers Have been Involved for Kimura Earlier within the Day After She Posted on Twitter
Kimura posted some photographs and self-harm photographs on social media earlier within the day, based on Obligatory. The outlet additionally reported that she posted some messages indicating that she was struggling: “Practically 100 frank opinions on daily basis. I couldn’t deny that I used to be harm. I’m lifeless. Thanks for giving me a mom. It was a life I needed to be beloved. Thanks to everybody who supported me. I adore it. I’m weak, I’m sorry. I don’t wish to be a human anymore. It was a life I needed to be beloved. Thanks everybody, I like you. Bye.”
After she posted that tweet, many followers took to Twitter to voice their help for the wrestler. One account wrote: “[Hana Kimura] You might be robust. You might be beloved. You might be supported and admired all over the world. I’ll all the time imagine in Hana Kimura! #WeLoveHanaKimura.” One other added that after studying the regarding message, “I obtained in contact with folks to get them to seek out out if she’s OK. What I obtained again was that she is OK as one may be. STARDOM and different pals are en path to her.”
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