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Who was Hana Kimura (Netflix star and Japanese wrestler Died)? Wiki, Bio, Age, Career, Family, Death Cause, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and More Facts

Hana Kimura

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Hana Kimura, a professional Japanese wrestler who appeared in the latest series on the Netflix Terrace House reality show, died at the age of 22.

Hana Kimura Age

She was 22 years old.

Hana Kimura Career

Kimura, winner of the 2019 Stardom Fighting Spirit award, was one of the actors in the Japanese reality show Terrace House before being suspended due to a coronavirus. The program follows three men and three women who temporarily live together in the same house.

Hana Kimura Death Confirmed

Stardom Wrestling, Kimura’s organization, confirmed the message and asked fans to be respectful.

Hana Kimura Death Cause

The cause of death was not immediately clear.

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Shortly before her death, she posted a series of disturbing messages on social media stating that she had been bullied on the Internet.

Hana Kimura Last Instagram Story

On Friday, the last update in her Instagram story contained a photo of her with her cat, titled “Goodbye”.

Hana Kimura Family

Her mother was also a well-known wrestler, Kyoko Kimura.

On Twitter Hana Kimura

The celebrity confirmed her death on Twitter on Saturday and said, “Please be respectful and allow some time for things to be dealt with, and keep your thoughts and prayers with your family and friends.”

Concerns were expressed on Friday after Kimura posted self-harm photos on Twitter, as well as messages saying, “I don’t want to be a human anymore. It was a life I wanted to be loved. Thank you all, I love you, goodbye. ”

Kimura is said to have been the target of hundreds of popular fan and critical tweets every day. In the news of his death, fans and industry insiders spoke out against cyberbullying and its effects on mental health.

“It breaks my heart to see how cruel people can be on social media,” said Impact world champion Tessa Blanchard.

“It was an incredible honor to know Hana Kimura. She was an incredible girl with the kindest soul and an immense passion and work ethic.”

“I hope this reminds us that social media interactions can have a serious impact on everyone’s mental health, no matter who they are,” wrote wrestling reporter Adam Pacitti.

Among those paying homage to the star online was British wrestler Jamie Hayter, who wrote, “Terrified. I don’t even know what to say or feel. Deaf. I can’t express it. RIP Hana Kimura So wonderful a human being. ”

American wrestler Su Yung said

American wrestler Su Yung said, “You will always love yourself and miss you, my friend. You are my little sister.”

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