Naomi Shares Another Message on Social Media, Proposing She Was Taken Advantage of in WWE


For the 2nd-straight day, Naomi (real name Trinity Fatu) has sent out interesting messages to her followers. Messages that are both motivational & potentially include a subtle reference to her leaving WWE, leaving fans wondering what the messages mean & if they're coming now that she's potentially done with the sports entertainment company.


On Friday she shared the message, "BUILT, not bought.”. “EARNED, not given. HUSTLED, not handed. RARE, not average!" When it went up, it was proposed that it could have meant the following:


Built Not Bought” is a slogan that is often used in the car industry. Is it meant to mean that something is a token of hard work, dedication & knowledge. It can be assumed to mean, not easily replaced. "Earned, not given" is a popular phrase suggesting that respect is earned & not simply given out, because you feel you're entitled to it. "Hustle, not handed" suggests that 1 needs to work hard & not expect handouts. "Rare, not average" likely means Naomi is unique."


The next message went up on Instagram & it read, "The moment you put a stop to people taking advantage of you & disrespecting you, is when they define you as difficult, selfish or crazy. Manipulators hate boundaries." It's not @ all clear who Fatu's referring to, or if it's just a general statement. Without more information, it's not fair to speculate as to the intended target of the former Funkadaktyl's message, or if she's saying she's personally going through this sort of manipulative relationship, but it's concerning that she feels or felt like somebody was taking advantage of her & now that she's put it to a stop, that person or company has labeled her as trouble.


There's been news this weekend that WWE has removed Naomi & Sasha Banks from their graphics, video & other promotional materials. The speculation's that this is the final sign both are done with the company. It might not be a coincidence that she's being more active on social media.


Source: the Sportster

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