Update on Ariya Daivari Receiving Death Threats, Mansoor Comments

July 23, 2020 0 By HearthstoneYarns

It was previously reported that Ariya Daivari revealed on his Twitter that he received death threats following his appearance at last Friday’s Greatest Royal Rumble Event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In a segment with several Saudi Arabian recruits, Ariya and his elder brother, Shawn Daivari taunted Saudi Arabia and said that Iran is a much greater country than them to further the conflict between the two countries. This caused Ariya and Shawn Daivari to get beaten down. 
After this incident took place, Ariya took to Twitter and said that he was very proud of his Iranian heritage and he also apologized to anyone who might have been offended by the segment, noting that he plays a character and that he has an “incredible amount of respect for the great people of Iran.” In a new development on this incident, the Twitter account for The Iron Sheik advised Ariya Daivari to tell the “Saudi Jabronians” to take “a f–king walk” because they don’t know what show business is. Ariya then pointed out that he was getting the threats from the Iranians. Mansoor, one of the prospects from the segment, also took to Twitter and defended Daivari. You can check out the tweets below along with the original tweets:

It took 12 years for my brother and I to share a WWE stage together. To make it even sweeter, it was on the biggest show in WWE history.  We always had the same hard work ethic when it came to wrestling, and tonight was the ultimate payoff. A moment I’ll cherish forever. #WWEGRR pic.twitter.com/pIKjjdv5VE
— Ariya Daivari (@AriyaDaivariWWE) April 27, 2018

— Ariya Daivari (@AriyaDaivariWWE) May 1, 2018

Personally, I believe you should not have to apologize. No actor, in a movie, would have to apologize for a roll, why do wrestlers?
— #MentalIllnessIsNotACrime (@JPrice02) May 1, 2018

Unfortunately some people took offense to this despite it being pure entertainment. Some threats were made against my life. I wanted to put this statement out to clarify where I as a person stand compared to my t.v. character. https://t.co/NJbnlMnn28
— Ariya Daivari (@AriyaDaivariWWE) May 1, 2018

Unfortunately, it’s many threats coming from Iranians
— Ariya Daivari (@AriyaDaivariWWE) May 1, 2018

Ariya is an absolute class act and it was a pleasure to meet and work with him. I owe him and his brother so much. Please remember all performers are human beings first. Adults should be able to separate reality and fiction. https://t.co/sl9itl9cJz
— Mansoor Al-Shehail (????? ??????) (@MannyFaberino) May 1, 2018

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