Actress KeKe Palmer set one of her Instagram followers straight after she was accused of being on drugs. It happened after Palmer posted a playful video of herself joking around with another girl.
“She’s so wack, and I think she’s on drugs,” wrote the follower, which made the "Scream Queens" star fire back.
“Come on, fam,” she wrote. “You’re old enough to be my mother or a cool aunt and you’re trying to engage with a friend about how much you dislike me on my page. Meanwhile, I’m living my life and never knew you even existed ‘till now and won’t remember you past this point, really. That’s the gag.”
Palmer then accused the woman of being bitter.
“Just because you’re unhappy doesn’t mean that other people are,” she added. “This is what loving your life looks like. Not saying things about people that don’t even know you.”
The 22-year-old didn’t stop there, because she also stuck up for Fifth Harmony singer Normani Kordei, who announced that she’s quitting Twitter because of bullying and racist messages.
“Over the past four years of being in the public eye I’ve learned to grow a thick skin to critics and those who may not like me,” wrote Kordei on her Twitter page.
“I’ve never been one to deny anyone their opinions, but over the course of this last week and especially over the last 48 hours I’ve not just been cyber bullied, I’ve been racially cyberbullied with tweets and pictures so horrific and racially charged that I can’t subject myself any longer to the hate,” she added.
According to Us Weekly, Kordei received support from celebrities like singer Becky G and fellow group member Camila Cabello, but it was Palmer’s message that really stood out.
“You’re such a beautiful girl, Normani,” wrote the actress. “What others say about you is a reflection of them not you. Delusions may try to cloud your mind, but when things get me down I try to meditate or pray or do yoga. I also remind myself of all the people that love and support me.”
The way it appears, Palmer has learned to deal with cyberbullying, which was evident when she responded to those who criticized her appearance at this year’s Billboard Music Awards.
“I don’t want any of my supporters to get the wrong idea about who I am,” wrote the actress in May. “Keke is fine, because Keke knows who she is. Keke doesn’t care to conform to what people think she should be.