Hitting back at the people who’ve tried to make them feel bad despite their success, these 5 celebrities have decided to take their haters into their own hands and have made them feel small in return. Saying that they find it pathetic that people target them in this way, these celebs agree that if people don’t have something positive or useful to say – why say it and simply spread negativity? Here is what they’ve said to their haters.
After she was criticised for celebrating Marilyn Monroe’s birthday, Ariana had enough of her haters picking on her: “We should only and always focus on the beautiful things… because what we focus on expands….. which is why I feel for the people who focus on hate… because that’s all you have to give. And I truly do feel sorry for you because when you’ve been dead for 50 some odd years… nobody will be wishing you a happy birthday.”
Ireland finds it sad that people are picking on her who are even much older than her: “What I don’t fully understand, is what is the good in commenting on a photo of a 17 year old girl and calling her fat, ugly, etc? Is that helping you in some way? I’m confused. I know girls tend to have nasty things to say about other girls and judging the looks of other girls is only human of us all, but putting that out there is hateful and unhealthy. If you don’t have a complimentary thing to say about someone, keep it to yourself.”
Khloe thinks hate comes from jealousy: “I think my new favorite thing is blocking mean people from IG or Twitter. I’m about positivity. If you don’t like what you see you can unfollow me or don’t comment at all. Waste of your energy?!? Bye haters!! People who can’t stand to see the success of others will never experience their own success. This goes for mental, physical, spiritual success.”
Selena thinks it’s quite funny because she has achieved more than those who pick on her: “I get picked on by grown adults all the time. It’s grown-ups and I don’t get it. It just baffles me. I wish I could just sit them down and say, ‘What were you doing at 15? What were you doing at 18? What were you doing at 21?’ Because I can guarantee you it’s not half of what I’ve done.'”
Taylor hit back at all those who called her boy crazy for simply writing about her relationships: “For a female to write about her feelings and then be portrayed as some clingy, insane, desperate girlfriend in need of making you marry her and have kids with her, I think that’s taking something that potentially should be celebrated – a woman writing about her feelings in a confessional way – taking it and turning it and twisting it into something that is frankly a little sexist.”