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Dua Lipa Admits Online Trolling Really Affected Her Self Confidence

Tara Walsh
Tara Walsh

10:58 5 Jan 2021


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Dua Lipa on online trolling

Dua Lipa graced the cover of British Vogue's February issue.

In her interview, she spoke about the negative affect online trolling has had on her.

 

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Twitter was the first social media platform Dua had, and it's now being run by her management, according to British Vogue.

At the beginning of her career, she didn't deal with much hate at all.

She recalled, 'I would go into interviews and people would say, 'How do you deal with hate?''

 

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'And I’m like, 'Hate? I don’t get hate, what are you talking about?''

'It was so early on that people didn’t even care to try and say something mean.'

But the more successful she became, the harder it got.

 

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The singer admitted it, 'got really hectic,' and she went through a phase of scrolling through the hateful comments.

'I would get anxiety. And I was like, 'This shouldn’t be the way that I’m experiencing this once-in-a-lifetime experience.''

'It was messing with my confidence. I’d be super-nervous, wondering what everyone’s gonna say.'

 

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While life in the limelight can be a bit crazy at times, it sounds like her family and friends have kept her grounded.

Dua revealed, 'My home life is really normal.'

'The people I surround myself with have known me for the longest time.'

 

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'My job doesn’t define my circle, and that makes a world of difference.'


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