Lacey Evans recently landed herself in hot water yet again on social media with another controversial post.
On this occasion Evans shared a post which listed seven things which could “cure 99% anxiety and depression.” You can find the list below.
1) Excercise hard daily
2) Eat clean
3) Put purpose over pleasure
4) Make a lot more money
5) Stop overthinking
6) Help others and be kind
7) Mind your own f*cking business
Your problems are much easier to solve than you think…
Unsurpringly the post didn’t go down well on social media with the WWE star being called out for not taking mental health issues seriously.
On person to take issue with the comments was AEW star The Bunny. In a post on her own Instagram story, she seemingly took aim at Evans and the content of the post.
“Some of us manage our mental health issues with medication. To suggest that simply exercising, eating a certain way, working more; etc etc etc will cure your mental illness is harmful and perpetuates the notion that mental health issues aren’t actual ILLNESSES. If anyone out there is struggling to do basic human activities due to their anxiety, depression, etc, you aren’t alone. Please take care of yourselves and don’t listen to the narrative that you are choosing to suffer. I know from experience that you are doing the best you can. Sending love to all of you.”
Not The First Time Lacey Evans Has Found Herself In Trouble
Lacey Evans has made something of a habit of sharing ill-advised and offensive comments on social media in recent months. In December the SmackDown star sparked outrage after sharing a clip suggesting that ADD and Autism “didn’t exist before.”
A month later when making her return to SmackDown she approached a disabled fan as if to give a high-five before withdrawing her hand and cockily walking away. While some suggested that the incident was just Evans being a heel, others hit out at the star. Her actions were described as “disgraceful” and some fans called for her to be fired.