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Hana Kimura, Japanese wrestler and Netflix star, dead at 22

Hana Kimura, the Japanese professional wrestler who starred in Netflix’s “Terrace Home,” has died. She was 22.

Kimura’s dying was confirmed Friday by Stardom Wrestling, which promotes professional girls’s wrestling in Japan. The group didn’t give a reason behind dying, however the actuality star had posted messages on social media implying she had been bullied on-line, the BBC reported.

The most recent submit on Kimura’s Instagram account confirmed a photograph of her and her cat, with the caption “goodbye.”

Buddies turned involved Friday after Kimura reportedly tweeted: “I don’t wish to be a human anymore. It was a life I needed to be beloved. Thanks everybody, I like you. Bye.”

Kimura made her debut at Wrestle-1, one other Japanese wrestling promoter; received her first title at the JWP Junior plate in 2016; and joined Stardom in 2019, TMZ reported. She was a pacesetter of the Tokyo Cyber Squad — a favourite of Japanese wrestling followers. Her mom was additionally a well known wrestler, Kyoko Kimura.

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