She's back, motherfuckers.
On March 19, Maki Itoh left Twitter with the account being deactivated. It was speculated that bullying caused her to deactivate the account, but Maki later said on her Instagram that her account was hacked. Unfortunately, all her previous tweets were lost in the hacking.
On March 22, Maki returned to Twitter in the most Maki Itoh way possible.
HELLO MOTHERFUCKERS I'M BACK— 伊藤麻希 Maki Itoh (@maki_itoh) March 23, 2021
(Some accounts were blocked by hacker but I unblock it! Please follow me again--) pic.twitter.com/O01dPZuw3f
HACKER. YOU STUPID LITTLE FUCK.— 伊藤麻希 Maki Itoh (@maki_itoh) March 23, 2021
She also wrote the following message in Japanese:
All the memorable tweets were erased by the hacker. Well, tweets are fine, but I can't forgive them as the same person. When you wake up in the morning, soak up the sun and get out and move as much as possible. If you eat and sleep properly and still get sick, look at Ito's wrestling. There are many more fun things in this world than hacking.
ハッカーによって思い出のツイートを全部消された。まあツイートなんか別にいい、でも同じ人間として許せない。朝起きたら日光浴びて、なるべく外に出て身体を動かせ。ご飯をちゃんと食べて寝て、それでもむしゃくしゃしたら伊藤のプロレス見ろ。この世界にはハッキングより楽しい事沢山転がってんぞ— 伊藤麻希 Maki Itoh (@maki_itoh) March 23, 2021
Maki gained a massive following in the United States after her appearance in the AEW Women's Title Eliminator Tournament and made a surprise appearance at AEW Revolution.
She would have matches on AEW Dark: Elevation and AEW Dynamite before returning to Japan.