It still doesn't fail to amaze me that there are people who continue to go out of their way to bring others down by posting inflammatory or provocative messages online. They contribute nasty comments to begin arguments, or actively focus all their efforts on one person, bullying them with a tirade of hurtful words (while sitting behind their computer screens like a bunch of cowards). And for what reason? Essentially to make them feel better about their own petty little lives.
Yes, "trolling" is a sad, sad reality of our digitally advanced existence. And unsurprisingly, celebrities all over get the brunt of this venomous behavior.
The following 11 celebs have received mean comments but dealt with the situation in the most awesome way possible - take a look at the witty comebacks they fired back!
Rihanna clearly thought it was best to just passively agree with this comment. No use adding to fuel the fire, is there?
2. Olivia Wilde
Olivia saw the funny side and turned this troll's nasty comment into a compliment:
3. Frankie Muniz
The comment that warranted this epic reply was simply this: "ur acting is awful. Sorry but, it is." And Frankie hit back in the best way possible:
Moral of the story: NEVER troll Muniz because you WILL go DOWN!
4. Gabourey Sidibe
When people criticized the Precious actress's appearance at the Golden Globes, Gabourey reminded them where her priorities lie:
5. Hugh Hefner
Hugh gave an honest answer, telling us all women should be respected:
6. Zach Braff
When this woman decided it was totally okay to tell him he looked bad, he put her back in her place:
7. James Blunt
The singer issued this wonderfully polite response to a dude who told him to f*ck off:
8. Jewel Staite
The Firefly actress was so distraught at receiving hateful Tweets, she just HAD to post this image of herself enjoying a glass of champagne in a hot tub:
10. Hayden Christensen
Hayden's comeback was short and sweet:
11. Miley Cyrus
Miley uses this guy's negativity to be a force for inspiration:
Nickeback poked fun at their haters by promising them a "lifetime" of the tunes they so hate.