“I deal with this every day; I wake up and have been told to kill myself like 30 times already; it’s crazy!” she tells Z100. “It’s definitely what comes with it, and a lot of people say, ‘Yeah, but this is what you signed up for.'”
Unfortunately, it's common for bullies to bombard the timelines of celebrities and insist that they harm themselves. Madison states: “I think that’s such a shame to say. It shouldn’t come along with me making music and following my dreams. It’s upsetting those two go hand-in-hand now because of social media.”
The 18-year-old tries to show her fans that it's possible to overcome bullying.
“I think a lot of people would say ignore it, move on, and don’t pay any attention to it,” she said. “But, I always think it’s ok to stand up for yourself, you shouldn’t have to ignore things or brush things under the rug.”
In the meantime, the young star claims that she and Brooklyn are “having fun right now.” Hopefully this settles things and the trolls can leave her alone.
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