One quick scroll through any given comment section under Kim Kardashian's pics on Instagram will make you wonder how she manages to get out of bed in the morning. Then you look up her $65 million net worth, and stop wondering. Haters are positively brutal in the comments. Whether its Youtube, Twitter mentions, or Instagram, the cyber streets run rampant with internet thugs on any given website where freedom of speech is permitted. Putting yourself out there on social media really isn't for the faint of heart. Plainly put, no one in their right mind asks for fame in a time as advanced as this, when humiliating photographs of you enjoying what you thought was a private vacation, can go viral at the drop of a dime. Just ask Iggy Azealea, who relinquished her Twitter account to her management team after embarrassing photos of the rapper's cellulite laden ample derriere in a bikini went viral, and she was torn to shreds by anonymous internet thugs. The internet thug is cruel and relentless, capable of turning a harmless keyboard into a lethal weapon. If celebs aren't being bullied by meanies or other celebs, they're being sexually harassed by complete perverts.
It's easy to forget that these astronomically wealthy famous people are human beings just like the rest of us. They often have to put up a front and act as though they're completely unaffected by mean comments, as depicted in the Jimmy Kimmel Live! segment, where celebs read mean comments from anonymous strangers; but surely it can take its toll. Rapper Iggy's explanation for no longer personally running her Twitter account was this: "I feel the hatred and pettiness I see online at all times is at making me become an angry person and I cannot be that. To become nasty because of the way I feel I am treated would be a disservice to my fans and I promise i will try to keep smiling. But I also want to let my fans know iam taking some time away from social media. I need to be happy and it is too negative and draining." Here are 11 of the most cyber bullied celebs on social media.
11 Kim Kardashian
9 Iggy Azalea
8 Dakota Johnson
7 Lindsay Lohan
6 Karreuche Tran
5 Miley Cyrus
4 Justin Bieber
3 Khloe Kardashian
2 Bruce Jenner
56 year old pop legend Madonna, has been facing ageism for what seems like 100 years now. Several naysayers litter her Instagram photos with discouraging comments reminding the singer that she's been old for quiet some time. Recently, 24 year old Rita Ora defended Madonna's controversial impromptu kiss with 28 year old rapper Drake, during a performance at this year's Coachella festival. Rita said, "Thank you for fighting all these ageist battles, and paving a way, that just maybe one day, all of us "Younger"Artists won't have too in the future! @madonna". The Like A Virgin singer responded by saying, "Thanks Rita! Good to know you appreciate the beating I'm taking so all you ladies don't have to endure this kind of discrimination! #unapolgeticbitches unite! #rebelheart". The Coachella performance was much talked about due to Drake's seemingly disgusted reaction, but Drake later claimed that his face was only contorted after the kiss because of the strange taste of Madonna's lipstick.
Sources: hollywoodlife.com, x17online.com, huffingtonpost.com, mtv.com, perezhilton.com, theguardian.com
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