9 stars, who with one answer closed their mouth to the abuser
Each of us at least once in his life has heard an insult in his address: “too fat,” “too thin,” “not that outfit,” “not that kind of work.” Stars are no exception. They are also ridiculed, and often much tougher than ordinary people.
We have learned the most ingenious answers of the stars to their offenders.
After the birth of his daughter, Kelly Clarkson recovered significantly. And, although the singer has never been particularly slim, the reaction of critics just went through the roof.
Instead of getting upset and depressed, Kelly posted a response to all the haters on Twitter: “I'm still damn attractive!”
Recently, Jennifer Lopez has published a photo in which she demonstrates the perfect pumped press, and on the side, at waist level, a strange dent is visible. In response, comments poured in, that this is all Photoshop.
J Laugh, with a laugh, replied to her subscribers: "Oh my God ...This is just a spot on the mirror, not Photoshop, adding at least witty hashtags.
In 2014, Lady Gaga significantly gained weight, for which she was immediately struck down by a barrage of criticism from both the fans and the haters. One of the fans decided to support the star and tweeted the post, appealing to all those who criticize it. In gratitude, Gaga commented on the fan’s appeal that she would be better off thick than a shadow.
Demi Lovato, a popular American singer and actress, published in her twitter account a loving post: “Dear haters, you do not have to love me, because I love you. We are all equal, we all have a soul, and we all deserve to be loved. ”
British actor Richard Madden, known for the role of Robb Stark in the series "Game of Thrones", criticized the ex-model, and now the promising actress Karu Delevin, because she started doing "not her" business.
Pretty woman replied to the malicious comment: "I have no idea who you are, but it seems to me that it is simply inadmissible for an adult man to speak foul things about what he does not know."
As a result, Madden asked for an apology and tried to laugh it off.
American actor and parodist Jay Mohr brought down his criticism on the figure of actress Alyssa Milano, saying that she was not tall, and with a huge belly.
Alyssa, in response to this anger, wrote: “I am so sorry for you, because you decided to humiliate my figure in public. God bless you and bless you. Give my best wishes to your beautiful wife. ”
In 2017, the tabloids published photos of a fairly fat Rihanna, and the sports blog "Barstool Sports" put up her photo with the text: "Is Rihanna going to make obesity a new trend?"
The singer answered everyone at once, putting in her instagram a photo of rapper Gucci Mane, who was also convicted for being overweight: “If you didn’t stand me in 2007, you don’t deserve me in 2017”.
Popular British model plus size has published a photo on instagram, where she lies in her underwear, littered with packages of chips. Spark wrote that her post was inspired by the comment of a subscriber, who offensively called her a cow: “Everyone has an opinion like an ass. Thanks to my best team for the work done today. ”
Supermodel Gigi Hadid has published a touching post in response to all the comments about her work on the podium.
Gigi wrote: “Yes, the condemnation in social networks comes from people who in 99% of cases have no idea what they are talking about, but nevertheless I’m a man and I won’t lie: this negative has hurt me a little. If I had an unsuitable figure, then I would not be engaged in this profession. I like that I can look sexy. I'm proud of it".