KAMPALA – Top city model Doreen Kabareebe has advised her fellow celebrities on social media to develop a tough skin and stand up against online bullying since crying over the vice does not help curb it.
Kabareebe, speaking in an interview explained that bullies on social media doesn’t scare her at all. She shared that at times she finds herself laughing and pitying the people who always cry and fear social media bullying because it’s always about the attitude you give.
“Social media doesn’t scare me at all. I always hear some people crying over cyber-bullying but it is always all about your attitude. For example, if you’re at an interview and a journalist tells you something and you’re pissed off, it only shows how shallow your brains are,” she said.
The sensational model also emphasized how she believes in the idea of realness and she is determined and ready to handle situations head on the way that they come to her. She advised her peers in the entertainment industry that if someone bullies them on social media, they also have the right to retaliate in equal measure to level up the ground.
Kabareebe further revealed how she can never get emotional on social media because of bullies and abuses since she is always ready to treat people the way they treat her.
“If they abuse you, you also abuse them back so that we turn out equal. So no one, I repeat, no one is going to abuse me on social media and I break down but I will rather fire back in the same equal measure,” she noted.
Kabarebe is not the only celebrity who is of the view that bullies have to be treated that way. Swangz Avenue songstress Winnie Nwagi shares the same sentiments.
The ‘Musawo’ singer has for long retaliated in high gear to those social media bullies and she is known for not being a person you can attack on social media and you do not get it right back.