Bella Hadid claps back at troll who called her and Kendall Jenner 'fake'
The commenter immediately removed their post and wrote that the entire experience had “taught them a lot” about trolling random celebrities
Bella Hadid will not hesitate to bring down anyone who would troll her or her friends. Recently, Bella clapped back at a person on Instagram who insinuated that Kendall Jenner had no personality and labelled the two girls as "fake". Over the weekend Bella posted a picture of her and Kendall and captioned it: "Kenny or Bella?"
In response to the post, one Instagram user wrote: "2 fake bitches sitting in a tree, first comes the nose job, then comes the lips, oh and don't forget the built in cheeks." The comment further read, "Lmao y'all trippin' fam, money can get you a new face but not a nicer personality which these two girls need." Usually, Bella is not one to respond to comments that she receives on social media, but this one she could not ignore.
Hitting back at the hater, Bella gave the troll a piece of her mind. "I wish you would know either of our personalities. And not only that, I wish you would only grasp a heart of your own. Blessings to you sweetheart," she wrote. She ended the note by adding, "Jealously is a cry for help that I wish I could help you with."
After seeing Bella respond to the comment, the troll soon deleted his tweet and subsequently, Bella did, too. It seems like the user understood that it was a bad idea to go after Bella or her friends. A little while after this, the user again commented writing, “Seriously this whole thing has taught me a lot."
Bella is not the only one to have hit back at trolls. Elder sister and supermodel Gigi Hadid happens to be master of it. Gigi was recently slammed for being "too skinny" after she walked Jeremy Scott's fall/winter 2018 show during New York Fashion Week on Thursday and the Bottega Veneta's show on Friday. People criticized her for her fluctuating weight.
Gigi took to Twitter to address this issue and shut down everyone as she wrote, "For those of you so determined to come up w why my body has changed over the years, you may not know that when I started @ 17 I was not yet diagnosed w/ Hashimoto's disease; those of u who called me 'too big for the industry' were seeing inflammation & water retention due to that."