When you're a celebrity, the haters gonna hate. Most of the time, stars brush off the negativity and focus on their wonderful, adoring fans. But, occassionally, they can't stop themselves from responding to the bullies.
From Demi Lovato to Nicole Richie, these six Latino stars have all gotten sassy with the haters:
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"Dear haters," she responded. "You don't have to like me cause I love you. Everyone's equal, everyone has a soul and everyone deserves to be loved. Dear Lovatics, for every hater tweet - don't respond with hate but love and positivity.. Try love instead of combat."
"The comment you left about cancer was absurd. How distasteful of a young woman," Gomez wrote. "I have gone through that battle with fans and family members. You can dislike someone, but to wish something that could happen to you or your family is uncalled for sweetheart. You won't be winning 'anyone's' heart that way. Trust me. Educate yourself a tad more. God bless love. Be an amazing woman. You're beautiful."
The claws are out! Evelyn Lozada took to Facebook to criticize Wendy Williams after she said that Lozada "gave birth to a cash register." Lozada had recently welcomed Carl Leo Crawford, the son of her longtime partner, baseball star Carl Crawford.
"You know @WendyWilliams, I never bother anyone. I even bought you a beautiful bouquet of flowers congratulating you on your Broadway debut," Lozada wrote in response to the diss. "Since you want me to open Dulce in LA, maybe your man can come to that store and purchase shoes for another woman like he did at my Miami stores. Bloop!" Ouch.
You can't bring Nicole Richie down. One hater asked her on Twitter: "Who remembers when Nicole Richie was a crack whore?"
Richie hilariously responded: "Me!"
16-year-old Bella Thorne has spoken publicly about her struggles with bullying -- online and in school. In a tearful interview with Gurl, she said that cyber-bullying made her want to get off the Internet.
The teenager has handled the matter with class and grace, shrugging off the haters and focusing on the positive people in her life. "Some people only hate you because of the way other people love you," she recently tweeted.
It's no secret that Charlie Sheen and Roger Ebert dislike each other (especially after Sheen's insensitive cancer comments), but this Twitter battle took it to a whole new level. Back in 2011, a now-deceased Ebert tweeted, "I could get a million followers like Charlie Sheen did, but my wife would leave me and I'd be a poor lonely sap like he is."
Sheen responded in true tiger blood fashion, "Yeah, you really don't know lonely til you've gone to town on 5 chicks at once. #still #winning #planbetter."