Brie Bella quashes rumors, says she'll "always love" John Cena
Brie Bella has snapped back at reports that claim she is 'angry' with her sister Nikki's ex-fiance, John Cena. The WWE star accosted media outlets that were touting the false rumors following Cena's sudden split from his longtime girlfriend.
The pro-wrestler took to her Instagram account to clarify that there was no bad blood between her and her twin sister's ex-fiance. Posting a screengrab, Brie highlighted the false rumor stating that she wanted to 'kill' John Cena. Brie made it very clear that she did not say this, and that she will "always love John Cena like a brother."
"He'll always be family. My heart is hurting for he and my sister," the pro-wrestler continued. According to a report in the Evening Standard John Cena and Nikki Bella dated for nearly six years before Cena popped the big question to Brie last year on the Wrestlemania stage. The couple was due to marry in May, but decided to call things off earlier this week.
The whole thing has been blown out of proportion with the media claiming false reasons behind the couple breaking up. Many speculated that Nikki Bella was the one who called things off after getting a feeling that Cena was doing this through gritted teeth.
Other news sources, like the one Nikki highlighted, said that Cena did not want to see the engagement through, because apparently, the pro wrestler didn't want to have children. The article that Brie highlighted claimed that Cena knew that he "couldn’t be an incredible father and that’s why he chooses not to have kids". Cena also appeared on the Bella Sisters' YouTube channel in 2014, in which he told his then girlfriend Nikki that he didn't want to have children.
John Cena is a professional wrestler for the WWE as well as an actor. The Bella sisters star in their own reality show, 'Total Divas' which gives fans a sneak peek into the lives of WWE wrestlers.