Sometimes, celebrities can feel other-worldly. They strut down red carpets, grace the covers of magazines, and get millions of likes on their Instagram selfies – so it can feel like they'd never notice a comment or two on their popular accounts. But stars are humans just like the rest of us, and if they're getting attacked with rude, hateful, or mean comments online, it affects them.
Now that Instagram has a feature that allows users to turn off their comments sections, many celebs have turned to that to cut down on the constant stream of terrible words thrown their way – or at others who may be fighting on their pages. Other stars have taken a break from posting and later spoken out publicly about why cyber-bullying is never okay, even if you're an anonymous poster on a huge celeb's Twitter.
Click through the gallery to see what some of your favorite stars have confessed about their own comments sections, and let us know if you relate to their struggles by leaving us a note below..
"I used to be upset when I would see the comments. But I've started to realize that [commenters] may be going out of their way to make people feel bad about themselves because they have their own insecurities," she shared. "Sometimes I just want to say, 'F*** 'em, get off my socials, dawg.' There's always somebody that tells me to change. My fan base likes me because I'm a regular teenage girl, and if you don't like it, don't follow me."