Celebrities are often victims of social media trolls and memes! See how this multi-talented actress, Melissa McCarthy deals with trolls
Nowadays social media has become so accessible to everyone that the positive or negative response and criticisms are easily known from all over the world.
For celebrities, it has become a boon as well as a curse because whatever they do or says they get immediate feedback from their fans, followers, media personalities, etc.
Sometimes it is easy to get such responses as it is so heartwarming to see the praise for their work. But there are some people and haters who comment so negative and vicious that it becomes very difficult for the celebrity to handle, as it is also read by their parents and loved ones.
The multitalented actress, comedian, writer, fashion designer, and producer, Melissa McCarthy, is also in similar situations.
But it is so lovely to see how she is dealing with the trolls because she is responding with love instead of a bold reply.
“Weirdly, instead of getting mad at them, I always feel like, ‘Oh, I hope you meet someone soon that you can talk to, someone that really makes you laugh. I just root for that person to find a little joy.”
“I’m never going to change things by sitting in my living room bawling. That’s not going to fix or help anything. This has been a tough chunk of history for women. But at one point I just said, ‘I’m not going to wallow in this anymore.’ It’s not my reality—the men I know wouldn’t act like this. So I look to the men I know, who have made my life better, and I just keep remembering that they’re the norm.”
Melissa McCarthy’s take on her personal relationship
Life of the Party actress, Melissa is a married woman. She is married to Ben Falcone. Her husband Ben is also in the entertainment field. He is an actor, comedian, and filmmaker.
The couple tied the knot on October 8, 2005. The couple has two children both daughters namely: Vivian Falcone(2007) and Georgette Falcone(2010).
She advised her daughters also by saying,
“It’s the same thing I tell my girls, ‘If somebody is being mean, they’re probably really not happy. If you’re having a great day, you don’t walk past someone and yell, ‘Freak!’ If you’re happy, you say, ‘I love your skirt!’ ”