Only God can judge me - Machachari’s Almasi opens up on being bullied online
The actor has spoken on dealing with hate online
While many people of his age would feel defeated by it, Ian has disclosed that he really doesn’t care too much about the criticism, in fact, he embraces it and it makes him feel special. This is because he finds it flattering that someone would take time out of their day to provoke him with their negative comments.
He went on to explain that when you are destined for greatness people will always try and drag you down plus many people don’t have the guts to tell him the mean things to his face anyway.
“Anytime you try to rise to the top, there is always going to be people trying to bring you down. If someone is not saying it to your face and using a social media platform to tell you something bad or something rude or negative then don’t pay attention to it. If someone truly means something negative they should have the confidence to say it to your face. If it is something they can’t say to your face, straight up, then you don’t need to care about it.” He said on his YouTube Channel.
He then explained that some people are just jealous because you are doing the things they wish they could do but do not have the guts to do.
“Also people will try to bring you down when they see you doing something they don’t have the balls to do. When they see you breaking the barriers, or not following the norm, they will always talk crap. Keep on doing you, keep on perfecting you.” Ian urged his followers.
The University of Kent student also addressed his gender-fluid fashion. “I don’t conform to rules, I wear what I like, I’ll do what I like and nobody is gonna tell me anything. People will talk badly but at the end of the say I’m going to live my life.”
“Don’t judge me, the only person who can judge me is God and imma do my thing because I know God is the only person who can judge me.” The young actor said.
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