Veveonah Mosibin is truly a rockstar when it comes to dealing with the cyberbullies.
Why, you ask? Because she kills them with kindness.
She recently took to her Facebook page to showcase a mean comment that was left for her.
I woke up with this,,,, notification. Please, stop cyber bullying. Don't be judgemental. Don't spread hate. If you're…
The comment went, “Poor people on trees have succeeded now. Amazing. On more thing, if you know the online exam is over then there is no need to sleep in the tree. Just want to get people to pity you. This is Sabahans, want to get famous for little things. Work hard la, dog.”
Their words were obviously painful to hear but thankfully, Veveonah had the last word, in the most mature and commendable way.
She wrote, “I woke up to this… notification. Please, stop cyberbullying. Don’t be judgmental. Don’t spread hate. If you’re depressed, seek for help from the one you trust, your family and so on. Just, don’t hurt others. Good morning.”
And shes’s right.
Spreading hate and cyberbullying should not be an option when it comes to expressing oneself. If anything, the fact that she had to climb a tree in order to participate in her online exam should be a concern and is not something that should be overlooked.
No matter what the opinion is, cyberbullying should never be the answer.
What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.
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