Nobody likes a liar.
Especially someone who just lost their job, only to discover that leading up to the unfortunate release that they were being lied to by so many people.
Kira Renée Magnin-Forster knows this as well as anyone.
The former WWE Superstar known as Franky Monet, who also worked as Taya Valkyrie in IMPACT Wrestling and Lucha Underground, took to social media once again this weekend to comment further on her departure from WWE.
Forster wrote the following about what she realized the hardest part about this whole situation was in a new tweet shared via her official Twitter feed on Saturday afternoon.
“I’ll say the hardest thing for me to process after being released, is realizing the amount of ppl that lied to me. Some of ya’ll should be ashamed.”
Check out the actual tweet from the official Twitter feed of the women’s wrestling veteran via the post embedded below.
I’ll say the hardest thing for me to process after being released, is realizing the amount of ppl that lied to me. Some of ya’ll should be ashamed.
— TAYA VALKYRIE (@FrankyMonetWWE) November 6, 2021
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