Thanks to all your hate, I’ll be making a private Instagram account: Ayesha Omar

Numerous celebrities have been subjected to merciless online trolling, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.

Tired of all the negative vibes, seems like actor and host Ayesha Omar has had it with online trolls. In a public post, the star revealed she has decided to make a separate Instagram account to avoid all the hateful and insensitive comments.

Ayesha Omar was on a vacation to Ibiza, Spain where she was seen to be having the time of her life. However, some people were not pleased by the bold pictures and videos she posted of herself, taking to the social media platform to ‘troll’ her actions.

 

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Birds flying high 🦅 👣🦋 #alldayidream #mykonos #islandlife #ayeshaomar #keepitreal #15minutesatatime

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The Bulbulay actor has decided to remove all her controversial Instagram stories with DJ’s and music.

Taking to an Instagram story, Ayesha wrote, “So I’ve deleted all my stories, the ones with all the DJ’s and music.”

She continued to share her feelings over the hate that she received, saying, “Thanks to all your hate, I’ll be making a private Instagram account very soon and that’s where I’ll share those with my friends and family. Should’ve done it sooner actually. Don’t need none of them negative vibes in my life.”

But that did not stop some of her fans from sending love and support, requesting Omar to continue posting her vacation stories.

“Friends have been replying all day to my story post about not posting vacation stories. My DM is full of loving supportive messages. But I Just went through a few messages from fans in my other dm folder. There are thousands and thousands of messages sending so much love and support and asking me to not stop posting my travel videos, (especially the ones with music),” she said.

The starlet thanked her fans and family for all the love and positivity sent her way, saying that the gestures were “heartwarming” and made her feel “extremely emotional and loved.”

All these trolls standing there with their moral brigade really need to back off. If you feel you need to put a personal label on what you think about others, why don’t you start with yours.