WWE Legend John Cena Confronts YouTuber For Filming Him In London Store
WWE legend John Cena was out enjoying a spot of shopping in London this week, only for his leisure time to be cut short by one guy and his camera phone.
As you'll be well aware, Cena is one of the most chill guys in the sports world. However, we saw a different side to the star when a British YouTuber named Mo Deen began recording him on his phone without permission.
Footage shows Cena leaving the shop as the guy behind the camera tells him to 'take care bro' before claiming he had some advice for the 16-time world champion.
Cena tried to remain calm, but he did deliver some advice back, stating: "Yes, be respectful, that's my advice for you.
"Ask if you can take a video, but you're just shooting a video. So maybe be respectful, I don't want to talk to you."
Cena's shutdown levels are strong.
As he tries to walk away, the YouTuber says 'I'm famous', to which Cena replies: "I don't care who you are, treat people with respect. Thank you for asking to film my video and then filming the entire time I was in the store.
"I don't care who you are, or what you do, thank you very much for being respectful... I appreciate it."
Cena later took to Twitter to write: "Respect is reciprocal. You get what you give."
Hats off to the icon for standing his ground while remaining cool, calm and collected. He delivered some brutal blows without getting angry or being egotistical about it.
While he's not delivering life lessons to randomers, Cena's a pretty damn busy guy.
Not only did he recently announce he's joined the cast of Fast & Furious 9, but he's also starring in a mystery movie in a mystery role (all we know so far is that he's had to have his hair cut short).
Plus, Cena's not got his sights set on quitting the WWE world just yet. When asked whether he had plans to retire, the 42-year-old said: "That's a tough question because I don't think I'll ever be disconnected from the WWE.
"I think whether it's an on-camera role or an off-camera role, I don't think the word 'retire', I'll ever use that.
"So I know that time is limited because it's a physical, performance-based thing, and I'm 42, so I know that window is kind of coming to a close, but I don't think I'll ever be retired.
"I would love to be able to pass on the knowledge and wisdom that I have about live performances to up-and-comers and hopefully help people out."
While he's at it, he could even get a side hustle going advising people on respect. Lesson one: watch the video above.
Featured Image Credit: Mo Deen/YouTube