Privacy is a thing of the past when it comes to social media. People all around the world put things on their social media pages so that everyone can see it. Some postings are cute, and there are some postings that should only be viewed behind closed doors.
Celebrities and the like share their photos with their adoring fans. This is a way that fans can connect with their favorite stars without ever meeting them. Since the breaking of the "fourth wall" in the mid-90s with The Kliq, nearly anything goes when it comes to wrestlers connecting with fans. Some wrestlers post images that are fan based, and there are others that might make a fan have doubts about their favorite wrestlers. These WWE wrestlers should have used a little more caution before posting these images.
5. Randy Orton
This tweet was nothing short of ruthless. Randy Orton is known for his savage nature on social media— just ask Kevin Owens and Zack Ryder— but those are fellow wrestlers. In this photo, Orton took a selfie with a fan and tweeted it out for the world to see. The only problem is he proceeded to call her "Ms. Piggy" in the post.
Paige recently got her career back on track after her absence and a roller coaster of a year. Her return as a heel seems to take some attention off of her problems as she is now paired with Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose. During her relationship with Alberto Del Rio, she posted an image of Del Rio and herself on Instagram during happier times. She exclaims that the post was deleted under mysterious circumstances. She then reposted the picture again on Instagram.
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3. Zahra Schreiber
Generation-Xers remember the massive amounts of dolls and action figures marketed to children during the 80s. One of the most popular of these toys was My Little Pony. A recent surge of My Little Pony gained popularity again just a few years ago.
Former NXT wrestler Zahra Schreiber more than likely picked up on the My Little Pony trend. She just happened to find an image of a My Little Pony picture with a swastika and posted the image on her Instagram page. WWE fans were furious at what they saw and the image was removed shortly afterward.
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2. Zahra Schreiber
Zahra Schreiber was at it again when it came to her Instagram page. If the My Little Pony was not bad enough, she posted another picture which included a swastika. The images were originally posted in 2012, but were discovered in 2015. According to Cageside Seats, they said that the swastika picture was hanging up on a wall in her room.
It oftentimes pours after it rains in the WWE, and Schreiber's career was washed away because of the swastika images and other images which included her and Seth Rollins in the buff.
1. Renee Young
She does play a major part in the WWE, and she posted a picture of herself in a pink hoodie in January 2015. How could an image in a hoodie be "revealing"? Well, she wasn't wearing a bra underneath the comfy hoodie, and well, fans could see a little something through the material. Some people who saw it believed that she showed a bit too much, and she removed the picture because of these concerns.