Alabama Barker Showed An Example Of The Mean DMs She Receives "Daily," And It's Disgusting

Alabama Barker Showed An Example Of The Mean DMs She Receives "Daily," And It's Disgusting

Celebrities are clearly tired of all the unwarranted social media hate because they're finally and rightfully starting to hit back.

Christina Applegate did so last year after she received mean comments about her looks at the Critics' Choice Awards.

Christina Applegate wearing an off-shoulder black dress at an event

The actor, who has multiple sclerosis (MS), shared a screenshot of a fan's DM that said, "MS didn't make you look that way. A plastic surgeon did." She said she replied and told them that "it wasn't nice."

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Ewan McGregor also spoke out after a Star Wars fan sent Moses Ingram "the most horrendous, racist DMs" amid the release of Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Hayden Christensen, Moses Ingram, and Ewan McGregor

He said it was "sickening" to see. "We love Moses, and if you're sending her bullying messages, you're no Star Wars fan in my mind. There's no place for racism in this world, and I totally stand with Moses," he added.

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Now, Alabama Barker has spoken up, too.

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If you don't know her, she's Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler's youngest daughter.

Travis and Alabama Barker
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She's also an aspiring rapper.

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Yesterday, she posted a new teaser photo on Instagram, and afterward, she revealed that she'd received some terribly cruel messages from a fan about it.

Screenshot from Alabama's Instagram

Alabama posted a screenshot of the thread, where the user repeatedly told her to "die" and fatally harm herself and post it.

Screenshot from Alabama's DMs

She said that it's an example of what she receives online from people "daily."

It's horrible! Alabama, from what I've seen, lives in her own world and minds her business. Leave her alone!

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