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Charlotte Flair talks social media criticism she receives from trolls

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WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair recently spoke to Houston Mitchell of the LA Times. The former RAW Women’s Champion discussed several topics during the interview, including some of the criticism that she receives on social media.

‘I always have to remind myself that it’s easier to be negative than positive” Charlotte Flair began. “It’s easier to hide behind a keyboard.

“And someone that is putting someone else down for their physical appearance already must hate themselves to some degree” Flair added. “So you have to feel sorry for them that they do that to themselves.

Charlotte Flair talks online abuse

“That’s the only way that I can deal with it. I say to myself, ’˜Why are you in such a bad place to feel that about me’” the 11-time World Champion continued.

‘In terms of negativity, I pick and choose my shots, try not to respond, because they want the shout out, the want the notoriety, they want the attention”

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‘It’s so important to not get negativity in life. Just rise above it, wear that invisible crown, hold your chin high, and don’t let the crown slip’ Charlotte Flair concluded.

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