John Cena and his love for India is worldly known. However, the hidden meaning and read-between-the-lines behind his posts on his official Instagram account are often baffling. Nonetheless, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, on October 2, the WWE wrestler paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi. The former WWE champion shared a motivational post on an auspicious day.
John Cena has over 10 million followers on Instagram. The Cenation Leader has a mass fan following in India too. Cena posted a motivational quote along with a picture of Mahatma Gandhi himself. The citation read, “Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”
Here’s what John Cena posted on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti 2018:
The 16-time WWE World Champion has often posted pictures about other Indian stars and celebs in the past. His long list of prominent Indian celebrities that he has tweeted about is singer Daler Mehndi, comedian Kapil Sharma, cricketers Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, and Kapil Dev, and also Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
John Cena’s posts on his Instagram account are often out of context, cryptic or non-contextual. There are times when the WWE superstar has tried to deliver a message cryptically too. With the storylines that go in WWE, it is evident that those messages had to be cryptic.
Currently, John Cena is working for a movie with Jackie Chan in China. As for his association with WWE, the wrestler has been off-tapings for a long time now. However, he will be returning to WWE, on October 6, during their live event – WWE Super Show-Down – which will be held in Melbourne, Australia.