- Handsome Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has shared his two cents on cyber bullies
- According to the film star, one needs to be tougher because the world is tough
- Yul advised that people should just ignore their trolls and block them or return their insults before blocking them
The lives of celebrities are not always are rosy as it appears to be. Many times, they are victims of cyber bullies on social media who remain faceless and are confident to spew negative words at them because they feel there would be no consequence.
Celebrities are seen as role models by many and for that reason; they try to maintain a calm demeanour even in the face of insult or attacks. Well, in recent times, many of these celebs have shed that role model outlook on things and they return the hate they receive from trolls in 100 folds.
However, not every individual has mastered the art of dealing with trolls and they still break down whenever they are faced with negative words from bullies on social media.
Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, took to social media via his Twitter page to share his take on how to handle bullies on the internet.
According to the handsome film star, the world is a tough place and one needs to be tougher. He added that to survive trolling on social media, one has to have a thick skin.
Yul then advised that the best way to deal with trolls is to ignore and block them. He also said one can decide to return their insults in multiple folds before blocking them.
The actor wrote: “The world is tough. So you must be tougher. You need a very thick skin to survive. When some1 insults you or your family on social media, do not let it break you down. Use 1 of these 2 options.
A: Ignore and block the person.
B: insult the person 25 times more then block.”
See his tweet below:
This is coming shortly after BBNaija 2017 star, Tokunbo Idowu aka Tboss, broke down in tears after a troll made distasteful comments about her daughter.
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how 2017 BBNaija star, Tokunbo Idowu popularly known as Tboss, finally unveiled the face of her baby girl with stunning photos as she celebrated Valentine's Day.
While many people complimented her daughter, there were a few who were not so impressed and did little to hide it. An Instagram user @misshafiat, took to the comment section to insinuate her baby was not beautiful and special.
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