Not everyone is always going to like everyone else in the world of professional wrestling, but to wish death upon someone is going a bit too far. A current WWE employee took to Twitter on Tuesday night to comment about the upcoming huge Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match at TLC. After seeing Kane revealed as the fifth member of the heel team, WWE seamstress Julie Youngberg hopped on Twitter to wish that Matt Hardy was not only the fifth member of the babyface team but that he was dead as well.
On Sunday, The Shield are going to compete in a Tables, Ladders & Chair against The Miz, Braun Strowman, and The Bar. As revealed on Monday Night Raw, Kane returned to WWE to join the heels as the fifth member of the team, and there have been many rumors of who may partner up with The Shield.
Well, Matt Hardy's name has come up a bit and even in the form of someone wishing him dead.
For those who are not familiar with Julie Youngberg, she is a current WWE employee and working as a seamstress for the company. She is also the estranged wife of former WWE superstar Shannon Moore who is also a good friend of the Hardy Boyz.
I would love if the fifth man was Broken Matt#RAW
— Shay J (@NoMatch4Me) October 17, 2017
I would love if the fifth man was dead Matt. Did I say that? https://t.co/qp1zKGslRFAs reported by Sportskeeda, Youngberg just decided to take out her anger on Matt Hardy and wish that he was dead. It's kind of a bold move for someone who is still currently employed by WWE to make comments like that about a current superstar.
— Julie Youngberg (@AnJewelsBrand) October 17, 2017
This isn't the first time that Youngberg has spoken out against Matt Hardy and his wife Reby before, though. In the past, she accused Matt of not being the father of Reby's son and even called the child "half black" to keep the fight going.
Of course, Reby wasn't going to sit back and let Youngberg speak about her husband and family, so she hopped on Twitter to respond. As reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Reby responded in the usual fashion as she tweeted, "B**ch you seen both me & Matt about 20x at TVs & have never said a damn thing. Shut up, p**sy."
From that point, the two women traded shots for most of the evening with Youngberg repeatedly building up her long career (30 years) with WWE making some of the iconic costumes seen on TV. Reby wanted to make sure that everyone knew she didn't care about Youngberg or anything she had to say.
During the whole thing, the WWE seamstress made it clear, though, that she has no issues with Jeff Hardy.
I do want to say in all this @JEFFHARDYBRAND has been nothing but nice. he is a true superstar.Reby seemed to get the last word in for this round of the online feud.
— Julie Youngberg (@AnJewelsBrand) October 18, 2017
No one is "stalking" you, "hacking" you, spying on you. NO ONE EVEN REMEMBERS YOU EXIST until you start revealing death wishes on twitterAfter this whole back-and-forth, WWE has yet to comment publicly or at all on the entire matter between Julie Youngberg and Reby Hardy. Matt Hardy has also stayed quiet on the whole situation, but it wasn't expected that he was going to make any public comments during this ordeal. For now, it's just odd that a current WWE employee would wish death upon a current superstar and think that it wouldn't get picked up, but that is the case and it will be interesting to see where it goes.
— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) October 18, 2017
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