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Japanese female pro gamer says short men should not have human rights, kicked off from e-sports team

Tanukana stated men under 170cm "Don't Have Human Rights"


TOKYO, JAPAN – Tanukana, a 29-year-old Japanese professional Tekken player, has received a lot of backlash for her remarks about short men.

Tanukana was live streaming while baking a cake when she began telling a story about something that happened to her a while ago. She ordered food from Uber Eats, and when the delivery man arrived, he was a short man. She took the food from him, but he did not immediately leave.

She inquired as to why he was still present. That’s when the delivery guy inquired about her phone number. Tanukana turned him down, but she was scared afterwards because the delivery guy now knew where she lived.

The 29 year old Japanese pro player didn’t end her story just yet. After chatting with her followers, she said this:

He was short, probably 5’6″ tall. It must be even less than 1.65! As soon as I saw how short he was, I thought, ‘NOPE’, if he was taller and had a muscular body then there would be a chance I would give him my number

Tanukana’s comments about short guys prompted the chat to confront her. Tanukana, on the other hand, did not stop there, and continued to express her dislike for short men:

1.65 is small, not good, honestly, if you are under 1.70 you have no human rights, if you are a guy under 1.70 please live your life with the idea of ​​’ I don’t have human rights’ in your mind all the time. Please search for bone lengthening surgeries on a search engine. When you reach 1.70 tall you will start to have adequate human rights

Yes, I’m saying that. Short guys obviously shouldn’t have human rights . Know your place. I’m tough on short guys. But let me tell you something: I’m nice to fat and bald guys.

Tanukana apologized to her fans a few hours after the live stream ended. However, the deed has already been completed. Tanukana received a lot of backlash for her remarks.

Cyclops Athlete Gaming, her sponsored e-sports team, fired her. Red Bull was one of her sponsors, and they dropped her after this incident.

The Cyclops Athlete Gaming team is known to compete in first-person shooters like PUBG, Call of Duty, and Rainbow Six Siege as well as fighting games like Tekken.

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