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Randy Orton apologizes for Bullying Tweets

Aug 5 2014, 9:32am CDT | by , in News | Latest Sports News

Randy Orton apologizes for Bullying Tweets
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Randy Orton's insulting comments for his fans caused a lot of heat on social media and the WWE superstar wrestler apologized later on for his bullying comments.

Randy Orton recently posted some insulting comment for his fans on twitter. He called one of his female fans "Latino Ms. Piggy" and another fan a "d bag".

However, Orton deleted all of his bullying tweets later on in the evening. He also posted an apology tweet after being condemned by many wrestling fans. See his apology tweet below.

It all started when a female fan posted a picture online of herself with the WWE superstar that she snapped on Sunday afternoon in Texas. But Randy tweeted the same picture to his girlfriend with an insulting caption.

Randy Orton tweeted, "Look @kimklro I met the Latino Ms. Piggy today at the gym. I wish you were there to have a good laugh with me! #MsPig" 

According to TMZ, Randy had blocked this female fan on Twitter "for sending harassing messages to his girlfriend," a few months ago.

But the woman also tweeted saying "he was a douche when they took the photo."

The 34-year-old wrestler also sent another bullying tweet to one of his fans on twitter who said that Orton had a Dishonorable Discharge from the Marines due to his bad conduct.

But in his reply, Randy called this fan a “d bag.” Such insulting comments from a superstar wrestler annoyed many wrestling fans and caused a lot of heat on social media.

See some tweets of fans condemning Randy Orton below.

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