Noticed The Bizarre Posts On John Cena’s Insta Account? The Superstar Finally Reveals Why!

American wrestler John Cena is one of the most celebrated superstars in the history of WWE and is an inspiration to many. The 16-time wrestling world champion, who has also been a part of several Hollywood films, has inspired millions to take up his mantra ‘Hustle, Loyalty, Respect’.

However, if you are an ardent follower of the ‘doctor of thuganomics’, you will see a weird trend in his official Instagram account. Keeping up his image as an entertainer, Cena keeps on posting hilarious pictures and stuff, which leaves his followers scratching their heads.

The eccentricity can be spotted from the ‘bio’ itself, which reads,

“Welcome to my Instagram. These images will be posted without explanation, for your interpretation. Enjoy.”

Talking about his peculiar posts, they can be anything from Shah Rukh Khan quotes to a random picture of comedian Kapil Sharma striking his iconic ‘Babaji Ka Thullu’ pose.

Or even Daler Mehndi.

But in a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres on the popular ‘The Ellen Show’, Cena finally decided to solve the mystery behind his freaky Instagram handle. According to the 41-year-old, it was the WWE management, who forced him to set up a profile on the social platform. While Cena agreed to it, he chose to do it his way.

“I was told by WWE that I had to have an Instagram account. And I’m already on Facebook and on Twitter and I’m pretty maxed out here. I don’t know if I can do something else. (They said) ‘No, you have to have it’. Pretty much they’re telling me they have to secure the name,” he told Ellen, adding, “I was like, ‘Okay if I have to do it I’m gonna do it my way’.”

Cena also threw light on the Stone Cold parody series which brings a comical blend of superstar Stone Cold Steve Austin and some other prominent personality.

“For some reason on Friday I figured it should be ‘Stone Cold Friday’, but you will never see ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, it will be ‘Stone Cold’ something else.”

Speaking to Ellen, Cena admitted to posting a close-up of his friend’s facial hair as his inaugural Insta post. Beat the craziness!

You can watch his revelation here:

No, John! The posts were funnier without the revelation!