You Won’t Believe What This Former WWE Superstar Allegedly Asked His Followers

The things that some folks post on social media will never cease to amaze, and we have a new entry into the mind-boggling category. This one comes courtesy of WWE legend Marty Jannetty.

The 57-year-old has a vexing personal problem on his plate, and he’s trying to come up with a solution. What better way to solve it than to post it on social media and get input from random strangers?

That’s allegedly what Jannetty did, but he claims that his account was actually hacked and he would never ask such a thing.

As the New York Post shares, the post calls to mind the ridiculous premise of an over-the-top daytime talk show. According to the post, Jannetty has a family dilemma at hand.

It seems that the young woman that he thought was his biological daughter is actually not his offspring. That being the case, it appears that all bets are off when it comes to common decency.

The post was complemented by a picture of the woman, named Bianca, and it asked for viewers' opinions on what they should do about something that’s been gnawing at them both.

"If you loves me as much as I loves you, you will give your opinion, just did DNA (22 weeks ago), she's NOT my daughter, we both held out of sex because you don't do that, but now that we ain't????” the post reads. "From a guy's side, SHE'S F***ING HOT, but she's been [my] daughter. I want to, but I can't get past that."

There’s plenty to unpack there, and it could form the basis for a master’s degree thesis with ease. We’ll leave that part to scholars that may be struggling to come up with a topic, but we will attack it from two angles.

If the post came from Jannetty, we have a simple question. How on Earth could you possibly think this was something that needed to be shared with the world? It’s troubling enough that those thoughts may have entered his head to begin with, but the lack of a personal filter is astounding.

If the post came from a hacker, we have another question. Why on Earth would you do such a thing? There’s nothing funny about it if that was the intent.

If this was some kind of sick revenge-type thing, then the hacker would also make for a fine topic for a thesis. A long gander in the mirror followed by a lengthy period of introspection sounds like it’s long overdue. We’ll have to wait and see how this story develops, but it’s a horrible look for Jannetty.

Jannetty took to Facebook to send a lengthy message to fans that the post was a hack. He also spoke to The Sun, and when asked about the daughter post said: "Of course I would never think anything like that - it's messed up."

In his younger days, he was part of a tag team with WWE superstar Shawn Michaels, who would go on to have a legendary career. Things didn’t turn out as well for Jannetty, who never attained anywhere near the success that his former partner did. His current focus seems to be making appearances at various “Party with Marty” events at drinking establishments. Just a thought, but perhaps he may want to cut down on the partying for a while.

Source: New York Post, The Sun
Photos: YouTube, Facebook, John McKeon/Wikimedia

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