Keroche Heiress Anerlisa Muigai has opened up on how she deals with social media hate.

In a well written post, the Nero CEO, explained that many people have been asking how she manages to put on a smile with so much social media hate around her.

According to Ms Muigai, people will always hate on you no matter how good you are.

“Somebody asked me how am I able to always smile with so much hate around me? And I answered them " why shouldn't I smile?"I realised that no matter how good you are, someone is always going to be against you, you have to be who you want to be and not care about what others think. Some people have so little going on in their lives, they would rather discuss yours” wrote Anerlisa Muigai

Cowards

She added that, people who hate on you are always cowards who can’t even face you.

“Funny thing is none of your haters would face you, infact when they see you they bow down or act like fans. You should know that haters are cowards and insecure people who put others down to raise themselves up. Sometimes they might not even hate you, they hate themselves and take it out on you” added Ms Muigai

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God first

However, Anerlisa disclosed that she has decided to focus on what’s important and always keep God first.

"So the only thing I decided to do is be great at what I do, focus on what's important and always keep God first. I have so many things I want to achieve before the end of this year.so paying attention to certain issues will only drag me behind. Anything I feel is not making me progress, I eliminate immediately. We are role models, we are expected to set good examples and that's exactly what I want to be. Wishing you a good day. " shared Anerlisa.

some follow me because of my weightloss journey, my business, my lifestyle, because maybe I am Tabitha's daughter, my hair, my dressing style and some maybe just follow to see views and comments from others. So that said, today I want to discuss about hate on social media." shared Anerlisa Muigai