Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith responded to an online troll who bashed his daughter on social media. Pictured: Director Kevin Smith at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia, on Sept. 18, 2015. Getty Images/Sarah Keayes

Kevin Smith recently shared an insightful advice to the man who posted an offensive comment about his daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, on Instagram.

On Monday, Smith posted a screenshot of Instagram user @kingpsypsyphus comment about his 17-year-old daughter. The post was filled with curse words and offensive statements that went as far as calling Harley “ugly as s---.” However, instead of fighting back, Smith decided to encourage the online troll to make all of his dreams come true. “The best revenge is living insanely well – so if you wanna get back at a 17 year old girl for the grievous crime of enjoying her life, the best way to do it is to succeed in your OWN existence… Don’t b---- or punish the world: just create,” he wrote.

Meanwhile, Harley Quinn also posted a screenshot of the comment that she received on Instagram. In her lengthy caption, the teenager said that she didn’t want to be bothered by the “sad a** troll” who called her a “cancer.” She added that she just laughed off the comment because she knows that regardless of what she does in life, there will always be some people who will be jealous of her. "You may be thinking why are they making such a big deal out of s----- online comment, but my dad and I just want to give you a glimpse of what we deal with all the time and how we're able to rise about it and carry on," she wrote.

In other news, Smith recently confirmed his involvement in “Supergirl” Season 2. He will be directing the episode entitled “Supergirl Lives.” According to Entertainment Weekly, Smith also directed “The Runaway Dinosaur” in “The Flash” season 2.

In his show “Fatman or Batman,” Smith shared his excitement over the upcoming episode’s similarity with the 1996 script he wrote entitled “Superman Lives.” “Andrew Kreisberg told me that the name of the episode is ‘Supergirl Lives.’ I’m gonna cry talking about this. The name of the script I wrote back in 1996 was called ‘Superman Lives.’ That’s what they do over at that f*cking Berlanti-verse. They make magic,” he said.

“Supergirl” Season 2 will premiere on The CW on Oct.13 at 8 p.m. ET.