John Cena Vows To Keep Loving Vince McMahon Despite Heinous Claims

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John Cena has broken his silence on the sickening allegations made against Vince McMahon and some might be surprised by what the former WWE Champion has to say.

Vince McMahon has been accused of sexual assault and sex trafficking in a bombshell lawsuit that has rocked WWE. As a result, TKO bosses told Vince McMahon to resign as Executive Chairman and his time in the wrestling business now seems to be at an end.

The lawsuit divulges disgusting allegations made by a former WWE employee about McMahon and contains graphic text messages alleged to have been sent by the 78-year-old.

Triple H faced a storm after ignoring the claims during the post-Royal Rumble press conference and now John Cena may be facing his own crisis after his remarks on the situation.

John Cena Wants To Love & Help Vince McMahon

Speaking on the Howard Stern Show, John Cena was candid as he explained that he loved McMahon and he’s going to love the person he loves and says you don’t know who your friends are until things go very wrong:

I don’t think it’s complicated to talk about. It’s complicated to listen to. That’s why I don’t necessarily put a lot of time and equity into it. There’s still a long way to go. I can say this, I’m a big advocate of love and friendship and honesty, and communication, in the same breath, I’m also a big advocate of accountability. If someone’s behavior lies so far outside of your value system that the balance shifts of, ‘I can’t operate in a world where this works.’ That’s the end result of being accountable.

Right now, I’m gonna love the person I love, be their friend. ‘I love you, you have a hill to climb.’ There is the saying of, ‘You don’t know who your friends are until sh*t hits the fan or your back is against the wall.’ That doesn’t make any of what’s going on any easier to swallow. Just telling someone you love them, it’s a hill to climb, and we’ll see what happens.’ That’s that.

It sounds so cliche, but it has to be one day at a time. I’ve openly said, I love the guy, I have a great relationship with the guy, and that’s that. It’s largely my construct of operating with honesty and communication. Those are strong leads to handling any problem or achievement. The whole thing is super unfortunate and it sucks.

It deals with an individual I love and an entity I love. I want everyone to have the experience that I have. Not only do I tell a friend that I love them, but I switch to the entity and say, ‘How can I help?’

Vince McMahon has vowed to clear his name and called the lawsuit “replete with lies.” Former WWE Head of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis who is also named in the suit has attempted to shift the blame entirely to McMahon through statements made by his attorney.

h/t Fightful