Bella Hadid shot back at a hater on Instagram recently who accused Kendall, Bella, and the rest of their friends of being “fake b*tches.” In a couple of screenshots taken by W Magazine, the person said, “two fake b*tches sitting a tree, first comes the nose job, then comes to the lips,” and it goes on and on.
The anonymous commenter accused the women of getting plastic surgery and not having “good personalities.” The 21-year-old wasn’t about to put up with such nonsense for even a second.
Hadid said, “I wish you would know either of our personalities.” Hadid accused the person of being jealous and wishes they would “grasp a heart of your own,” whatever that means.
Following her reply, the person deleted the comment as well as Hadid’s response to it. There’s no doubt the person knew their commentary would be featured on tabloid sites, bringing lots of attention to their profile.
Surprisingly, Hadid and Kendall have been accused of not being “real models,” because of they supposedly only land gigs on account of having large social media followings.
However, one could argue that the industry has just changed, and social media is now a way for one to self-promote. Most media industries like – music, television, film, broadcasting, and journalism – have changed dramatically since the advent of social media and the internet including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.
Either way, not everyone agrees with the sentiments noted above, as one commenter wrote that she hates the fact social media stars are now the supermodels, as they are, “not true models.”
Rebecca Romijn said to Entertainment Tonight back in April of 2016 that she can’t stand that reality stars and Instagram celebrities are now the icons of high-fashion. It’s upsetting to her that, supposedly, the bar has been dropped very low.