Njugush on Dealing With Cyberbullies: I Don’t Care What People Say About Me Online -
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Njugush on Dealing With Cyberbullies: I Don’t Care What People Say About Me Online

Njugush is a popular Kenyan comedian known for his humorous skits and relatable content on social media. In a recent interview, he opened up about his experiences with cyberbullying and how he deals with it.

According to Njugush, he has encountered his fair share of online hate and negativity. He stated that people have made fun of his appearance, criticized his work, and even wished harm upon him. Despite all of this, Njugush has learned to brush it off and not let it affect him.

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Njugush believes that cyberbullies are often just looking for attention and they derive pleasure from seeing others react negatively to their comments. That is why he has adopted the attitude of “I don’t care what people say about me online.” He explained that he chooses not to engage with the bullies and instead focuses on the love and support of his fans and followers.

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In addition to ignoring the haters, Njugush also emphasized the importance of seeking help and support when dealing with cyberbullying. He encouraged anyone who is being targeted online to speak up and reach out to friends, family, or professionals for support.

Njugush’s approach to dealing with cyberbullies is a healthy and effective one. By not letting the negativity get to him and seeking help when needed, he is able to stay positive and not let the bullies win. This is a lesson that we can all learn from, as we all encounter cyberbullying at some point in our lives. Let’s remember to not let the words of others define us and to seek help when needed.