Bray Wyatt might be one of the evilest figures on WWE television, but he's a nice guy off-screen.
A woman tweeted at Wyatt on social media that her son, who is autistic, was bullied at school. The bully broke the kids WWE popsocket and ripped his Bray Wyatt shirt. Showing his caring side, Wyatt replied and said he would send the kid a new shirt.
@WWE @WWEBrayWyatt my boy was attacked by another student at school. His wwe popsocket was broken and his bray wyatt shirt was ripped by the kid cutting him with scissors. He's tougher than a bully #autism #autismfamily #wwefan pic.twitter.com/GubblfSQu9— Holly Gately (@GatelyHolly) January 23, 2020
Dm me size and where to send it. Tell him I got his six— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) January 23, 2020
Wyatt recently showed off his softer side off-screen, taking to Instagram to discuss how much online comments can hurt.
You are stale. They ruined you. He is boring. I hate his matches. My life is art. My art’s successes and my loved ones are the only exit I have from my mental health. You have no idea how much a simple, thoughtless comment on social media can directly affect the person you are sending it to. With great power comes great responsibility. The negativity in our world is astonishing. And mental health is at an all time decline. Be better.... it could save a life. They saved mine. I love you JoJo I love you kids I love you Mom