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OF Creator Jamie Lee on Dealing with Haters

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Top OnlyFans creator and comedian Jamie Lee talks about dealing with haters on social media. "I just delete it," Lee says on receiving hateful comments on TikTok.
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we, like when you said the haters thing, the thing and it's taken me a while to get used to, like, I, I felt like I was pretty okay with it and I just, I would get stuff when I was on the church all the time. But I, I made for a while, I turned off comments on my instagram because I was like, oh, I just don't want to see it and I was put up when I want to put up. But then I noticed like my legs went way down and I think, yeah, people really wanted to leave comments and what I've, I forget who it was. I think it was maybe dice or, and I know Joey would always tell a story about a football player who would sell shirts like I hate so, and so I forget the player's name. Um, but he was selling the shirt, so when I'm like starting to come to terms with is I'm just gonna put stuff up and a views of you. So I really, if you don't like me, I'm still getting paid for it. Like listen, you can hate me all you want and just give me those views. I honestly like, it's hard sometimes. I think like some of the things that I get my DM people stay or I hear them talk about it like over tend to be nice to my face and I'm like, say shit about me doing only cancer or whatever or that like, I'm not funny and I don't deserve to be where I'm at that stuff, like got to me for a while and I think like this whole summer, I went through like a mental health thing because I was starting to grow on social media and that was getting more intense. But as I got to a point where I was like loving myself and like I focus a lot like a self love journey. I realized like anyone who is okay with themselves is not going online and saying mean things to people, if somebody is taking the time to bring you down when you were going out of your way to like make content and make people laugh and make people happy and it makes you happy. That person hates themselves. And the only reason they're being mean to you is because you're bringing out insecurities and them like maybe they don't have the confidence to post or maybe they don't feel worthy or maybe they wouldn't feel worthy if they were you because of their own internalized shit they're going through and for me that I almost feel bad about it. And then I'm like, you know what, keep commenting and keep hating and keep talking shit because you're literally boosting me in the algorithm and it's making me money. And from when I look at that point, I'm like, all right, and then there's sometimes it still gets me, I'm human. So if I'm on Tiktok, Tiktok is where it's the worst. If somebody's saying, yeah, it's really bad on Tiktok and if somebody is saying mean things to me, like people like you should go kill yourself. You're worth like worthless. Like this is why men don't like you. Like all this like horrible stuff. I just delete it. It's my page. It's where my pieces and if I don't want that negativity on my page, I don't need it. I just delete it and move on. And um, it's not easy, but I think people know like, it's not a reflection of who you are as a person. It's a reflection of how they feel about themselves. I, people for a while. I wish instagram had a mute because for a while I would block people and people said, oh, don't block. It. Just gives them saturday. No, they got to you. So I used to not. But now I love blocking people. It makes me, it makes me, every time I do it, I get a little bit of a smile like I blocked you. You know, in my life, anytime somebody talks shit on my ted talk, I go to their page, I delete the comment. Then I go to their page and I blocked them and I'm like, I don't need, I don't need your support
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