Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus wants everyone to stop reading comments on social media. Pictured: Cyrus attends the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 23, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

Miley Cyrus wants the contestants of “The Voice” to adapt a rule that she swears by: no reading of comments on social media.

The “Malibu” singer has asked the members of her team to avoid reading comments on all social media platforms for their own sanity.

“I want them to stay in a confident mind frame and the quickest way to get out of one is to read some dumb comments from people who don’t have lives. I always wonder who wants to write something to hurt someone. I guess you have to be willing to take all the hate for the positive of getting to perform,” she told People.

In 2015, Cyrus was bombarded by Internet trolls following her appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards. Nicki Minaj talked about Cyrus publicly after the “Wrecking Ball” singer allegedly said so many negative things about her.

“Back to this [expletive] who had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley’s what’s good?” Minaj said at that time. Following the event, Cyrus shared a photo of herself from the VMAs, and trolls didn’t stop commenting, “Miley, what’s good” on her photo.

Cyrus didn’t comment publicly on the incident, but a source said that the singer was fuming on her way to her dressing room. “Miley was pissed. She stormed backstage cursing and yelling about it as she headed toward her dressing room,” the source told E! News.

Meanwhile, Cyrus’ co-mentor, Adam Levine, also has a similar stand on Internet trolls. According to the Maroon 5 front man, those who comment negatively on the accounts are the same people who literally have nothing to do every day.

“The one things about social media nobody realizes is you’re making the elective decision to put something out there, so the minute you do that, you’re immediately susceptible to the bulls – that comes along with it. You cannot do that if you don’t have think skin, which is totally admirable,” he said.