Internet trolls are the absolute worse. They think that they can say whatever they want and hide behind their computer screens. Well, think again. Celebrities have spoken about this and we can add Sue Ramirez to that list. On Twitter she revealed one account on Instagram that has been posting nasty comments on her photos.
this account has been continuously bashing and harassing me on instagram. to everyone who has the nerve to bash people online, always take note that there are laws against cyber bullying. do not wait for us to fight back. this is how i responded, she deleted all her comments. pic.twitter.com/sOKYJ9mWH2
— Sue Dodd (@sueanna_dodd) December 20, 2018
She also posted a message to whoever runs the account. “I have put up with it for a while, but this time I will not keep quiet about it anymore. What do you gain from calling me names?” Sue said. “If you do not stop bullying, I will take action against it.” She also pointed out that there are laws against cyberbullying and, if this person really doesn’t like her, “then take me out of your life and stop checking/stalking my account.”
After exposing this account, Sue continued to post more positive things against bullying like, “You can’t fight fire with fire.”
No one in their right mind finds joy in hurting other people. #NoToBullying
— Sue Dodd (@sueanna_dodd) December 23, 2018
you can’t fight fire with fire 👎🏻 #notobullying
— Sue Dodd (@sueanna_dodd) December 27, 2018
We agree with Sue and, if you are guilty of being an Internet troll, please leave that behavior in 2018.
Photo courtesy of Sue Ramirez’s Instagram account
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