Disabled Blogger Melissa Blake Posts Defiant Pictures After Trolls Told Her She Was ‘Too Ugly for Selfies’ (Check Viral Thread)

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Haters are going to hate. And you cannot stop the cruel minds from being cruel. But you can surely hit them back with your bravery. Just like blogger Melissa Blake. A writer from Illinois, United States, Blake recently became the victim of online trolling, who told her that she was “too ugly for selfies.” Not being afraid of social media mockery, Blake posted three defiant pictures of herself. And she was surprised looking at a massive response. All positive! Blake’s Twitter thread has gone viral, and she is only earning praises. Could it get any better? We bet, not! Model Tried to Troll Diatta Krepin, Calls Him Frog; Fans of Senegalese Striker Give Back With Hilarious Tweets. 

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Blake writes a blog called ‘So About What I Said.' She revealed that trolls had told her last month that she “should be banned from posting selfies because I’m too ugly.” On her viral Twitter thread, she wrote, “During the last round of trollgate, people said that I should be banned from posting photos of myself because I’m too ugly. So I’d just like to commemorate the occasion with these 3 selfies.”

Here's the Viral Thread:

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Well, people are loving her bravery and her looks! Wearing a colourful polo shirt and smiling innocently on the camera, Blake won netizens’ hearts. She received hundreds of comments, with people praising her for hitting back at her trolls.

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The 37-year-old Blake was born with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, a genetic bone and muscular disorder. Blake revealed that she had undergone about 26 operations. The viral reactions once again speak for all that it is not cool to make cruel remarks about another person’s appearance while hiding away behind a keyboard.