Mollie King, English singer-songwriter and member of the British-Irish girl group The Saturdays, has opened up about her experience of being a cyber bully victim and revealed how traumatic online harassment can be. Speaking to OK! magazine, the songstress explained that she has suffered verbal abuse through social networking sites and she tends to remember the negative comments more than the positive ones:
“With things such as Twitter and YouTube, we’re so accessible and people tear you apart. It’s always the horrible remarks you remember, not the nice ones.” She admitted that despite having built her confidence, her inexperience at the beginning of her career exposed her to the darker side of fame, adding: “I was so nervous back then. I had no experience apart from posing for holiday snaps.”
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Posted By: seasonV |
5/31/13 9:55 AM
People probably just bully her because they are either jealous or want her attention and can only do so by being negative
Posted By: ParadisePoint |
6/03/13 2:19 PM
I could find nothing to bully this woman about EVER