Kendall Jenner And Gigi Hadid On How To Handle Haters: Cheryl And Other Celebrities Weigh In

Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Cheryl certainly get their share of haters. All celebrities do. They have money, fame, and most of them look just unbelievably beautiful so they are occasionally victims of envy. Not only that, their lives are displayed in the media for everyone to criticize, so they also get everyone's opinion on their personal lives.

Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid find their mutual support system works well for them according to Harper's Bazaar. They can rely on each other for positive reinforcement from someone who understands. They are a support group of two, trying to avoid going postal on social media by each calming the other one's anxieties in turn.

Cheryl says she's gotten used to it according to Lifestyle One. She no longer feels the sting of scathing social media remarks, but at first, it was painful. Being called fat at age 19 was the worst. After that, it was all downhill.

Gigi Hadid explained to Harper's Bazaar how Kendall Jenner helps her cope with all those nasty haters who envy her. Again, seeing a perfect body, cute face, and famous boyfriend, instant hate rises up in some people.
"We cope with the trolls by having each other. It's the same thing as dating someone within the industry rather than out of the industry. You only understand it when you're literally experiencing it. When people are really harsh?
Kendall Jenner is the only girlfriend Gigi has who understands. We all know Kendall's seen it all in her relatively short life, living with the Kardashian clan. Gigi Hadid tells Bazaar that Kendall has great advice.
"Usually I'm going to call Kendall because Kendall's the one who will always be like, 'You don't need that, just let it go.' And I know that if that's working for her then it can work for me."
Cheryl told the Mirror the best thing to do is ignore it and try not to give it much thought. Lifestyle One's Heat World recorded her comments.
"I'm too far through the mill for that. You get slapped so many times, at some point it just stops hurting. I was sensitive at the beginning and I didn't understand how somebody who knew nothing about me could write such terrible things."
Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Cheryl have to deal with. Strangers, people celebrities have never met, have the illusion they are friends. They believe they know things when in fact they only read online articles many of which are untrue and meant to be sensational.
"Never met me. Never spoken to me. But had such a vicious opinion of me, and it would blow my mind. I was 19, they'd call me fat. That was horrible. And all the lies. But now, I live my life. And they can live their life writing about me."
Cheryl, Gigi Hadid, and Kendall Jenner are hardly alone, all celebrities have to find ways to deal with this kind of abuse. Even school kids must learn to deal with very similar bullying.

Cheryl [Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images]
Cheryl [Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images]Amy Schumer is quoted on Marie Claire complaining about the body police. There are people who feel it is their duty to go around attacking anyone they might find a few pounds more than their crazy made up standards allow. To those people, Amy Schumer has a reply.
"I hope you find some joy in your lives today in a human interaction and not just in writing unkind things to a stranger you've never met who triggers something in you that makes you feel powerless and alone. This is how I look. I feel happy. I think I look strong and healthy and also like Miss Trunchbull from Matilda. Kisses!"
Cheryl at 19 could have used Melissa McCarthy to protect her from those bullies. Melissa does give a strong come back to those who put her down. She once told off a film critic who criticised her appearance according to Marie Claire.
"Just know that every young woman in this country reads that and they just get a little bit chipped away."
Melissa McCarthy [Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images]
Melissa McCarthy [Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images]Perhaps Melissa McCarthy has the best answer of all. When writers and social media jockeys critique celebrities, are they not setting the standard too high for ordinary people like themselves and their daughters?

If Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, highly paid professional runway models do not walk well, then what chance does the average girl have of walking properly.

If Cheryl, Amy Schumer, and Melissa McCarthy are too heavy, what about most people in the really real world who are larger? Should people judge each other by their weight, who they date, and how they walk? Isn't this superficial automatic judgment completely inappropriate?

Kendall Jenner Gigi Hadid and Cheryl point out, those criticized really should not focus on jealous comments from strangers?

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