John Cena, bullies and defending his gay older brother

John Cena, bullies and defending his gay older brother

During his adolescence, John Cena defended his gay older brother from the attacks of bullies

John Cena, wrestler, actor and rap singer (1977), during an interview on the “Armchair Expert” podcast, recounted how he defended his older brother Steve from bullies, when they were both kids.

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Born in the State of Massachusetts, in the small town of West Newburry, he has five brothers and he is the second born: Steve, Matt, Dan and Sean.

And life as a young gay boy in that small American town wasn’t very easy in the 1980s.

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My brother was like a real nerd, and this was at the height of the 80s, like in Revenge of the Nerds. But the concept of that film had not yet arrived in our city. In high school, life was hard for my brother. Not only was he introverted and interested in computers. But also gay. And being gay in the 80s in a small town in Massachusetts… man, it was an uphill battle. He simply had many character traits that didn’t fit into the cool kids group, and he also hid this secret that he couldn’t tell anyone. I know how complicated it must have been for him. I inherited this chapter of his social constructs. And boy, he made me learn to lose some fistfights.”

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