Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey doesn't want her fellow ladies to settle for being a Do-Nothing Bitch (DNB). Therefore, she recently started a female self-empowerment campaign designed to help women reach their individual goals.
Which do NOT include fucking millionaires for a living.
"I have this one term for the kind of woman that my mother raised me to not be," Rousey said back in July. "I call it a 'do nothing bitch.' The kind of chick that just tries to be pretty and get taken care of by somebody else. That's why I think it's hilarious when people say my body looks masculine. I'm like, 'listen, just because my body was developed for a purpose other than fucking millionaires, doesn't mean it's masculine.'"
But not every female fighter on the UFC roster is happy with the direction of the DNB craze. That includes strawweight contender Rose Namajunas, who believes that it's wrong to start judging people and perfectly okay to do nothing -- so long as you aren't being a bitch in the process.
"To this whole dnb craze, I don't care if you do something or do nothing, just don't be a bitch," Namajunas said on Instagram. "Let's be nice and not judge other lifestyles. Or don't and just be an unhappy person over there lol."
That didn't sit well with the Internet comment police:
"If you don't like it you should just ignore it, Don't be a DNB MEANS: don't b a do nothing bitch, it means to do something for yourself. It's a positive message. I saw the Ultimate fighter and I'm not sure you had any positive messages except for crying like a little girl. Still I liked you because you do have skills but lately you seem to be a joke, don't mess with the queen @rondarousey and do your own thing."
"Thug" Rose responded:
"Thanks for your response but I have a question, how come u didn't just ignore my post that you clearly do not like? Just wondering. Also what is wrong with crying about training in a high stress competition trying to be the best in the world giving it my all, opening up about my sexual abuse as a child? That's a joke to you? That hurts dude I guess you've never experienced sexual abuse because you would know better than to imply crying about that stuff is a joke. And as far as Ronda goes I love her and what she's done but I think her message is misinterpreted. I don't think hurting and punching people in the face for millions is any better than using sex to make millions I like the positive message about body image though just think people are taking it the wrong way. Some of the coolest people I've met are strippers and down to earth loving people so just don't judge others is my point. Good day."
Read their full exchange here.
Rousey will move on to fight Miesha Tate in early 2016 after finishing up her latest movie role, while Namajunas waits for her next assignment after coming up short in The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 20 finale last December.