9 Celebs Who Shut Down Their Haters
Almost everyone is criticized from time to time for being too fat, too skinny, not qualified enough, wearing an awful dress, and so on. Celebrities are no exception. They suffer even more from violent mockery.
Bright Side looked through the wittiest celebs' answers.
Kelly Clarkson gained a few pounds after her daughter's birth. Though she's never been really skinny, her shape caused a lot of hype among critics.
But Kelly didn't get upset and depressed. She posted "and still freaking awesome!" on her Twitter.
Jennifer Lopez posted a new photo of her perfect abs on Instagram. But users noticed a strange stain near the celeb's waist and started to claim it was Photoshop.
Jennifer only laughed at their comments and replied, "OMG... It's just a spot on the mirror, not Photoshop." She also added some witty hashtags.
Gaga gained some weight in 2014. Haters and fans started to criticize her immediately. One of the celeb's fans decided to support her and posted a message to all haters on his Twitter. Gaga was pleased and commented on it that she'd rather be fat than be shallow.
Demi Lovato, the popular singer and actress, shared a really loveful post on her Twitter: "Dear haters, you don't have to like me 'cause I love you. Everyone's equal, everyone has a soul, and everyone deserves to be loved."
Richard Madden, the British actor who is well known for playing Robb Stark in Game of Thrones, criticized an ex-model and promising actress by saying that she isn't good at acting.
The lady answered his evil comment: "I have no idea who you are, but I think it's a little desperate for a grown man to be bad-mouthing someone they don't know."
As a result, Madden apologized and tried to laugh it off.
American actor and parodist Jay Mohr criticized Alyssa's post-pregnancy figure and said that she was tiny in height and had a big belly.
Alyssa commented on this: "So sorry you felt the need to publicly fat-shame me. Be well and God Bless. Please send my love to your beautiful wife."
In 2017, tabloids published photos of Rihanna after she'd gained weight. "Barstool Sports" blog posted a picture of her with a comment "Is Rihanna going to make being fat the hot new thing?"
The singer posted a photo of Gucci Mane, a rapper who was criticized for being fat, on her Instagram. She said, "If you can't handle me at my 2007, you don't deserve me in my 2017."
Iskra, a popular British plus-sized model, published a photo of her posing in her underwear covered in chips. The model wrote that she was inspired by a follower who called her a fat cow: "I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself... This is for anyone who has ever been called fat."
Gigi Hadid, an American fashion model, published a touching answer to comments about her catwalk work.
"99% of people who blame our work don't even understand what they are talking about. But nevertheless, I'm still a human being, and I won't lie: such rudeness hurt me a bit. If I had a figure that wasn't suitable for this job, I wouldn't have worked in this industry. I like being hot. And I'm proud of it."
Gigi wished haters would be kinder to the people around them.