Meriam Calls Out Her Bullies

"Most of you people are professional bullies"

By  | Aug 31, 2022, 05:33 PM  | Meriam Kaxuxwena  | Drama

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Meriam Kaxuxwena is one celebrity who has always been subjected to cyberbullying. At some point, she had to deactivate Instagram for a while just to get a breather from all the bullying.

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Just recently the model had to call out the bullies as they struck once again. Taking to Instagram, Meriam called out her bullies and said they are all professional at what they do.

"Most of you are professional bullies. You have a degree in insulting people. Too bad I don't have time for dysfunctional people. Energy vampires trying to suck the life out of me," she wrote.
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Meriam then shared a newspaper article where it spoke about her fighting cyberbullies, saying she is used to the hurtful comments.
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Meriam then asked her followers, "Why do people talk sh*t about me? They never met me, only know me on Instagram," she asked. Her followers tried to comfort her by saying only the nicest words to her, like these.
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Let's take it back to the many times she was subjected to bullying by social media people.

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She got dragged for her looks as trolls told her she is not pretty, she is just always naked. She once captioned a picture with, "Please make me famous I'm too cute to look for a job."

She got the response she never expected, "You are not cute, you are only naked. Nudity is not beauty." The model clapped back and asked, "so what?"

The globetrotter at some point decided to sell her Instagram account for N$ 30.000 saying the interested buyer would make some money.

"The reason why I'm selling this Instagram You people are so ungrateful, you are very mean and I don't know why," she said.

The bullying took a new turn when she accidentally sent out an explicit video of her intended for her boyfriend. She told The Namibian that she cries because of the bullying, “I wanted to send the video to my boyfriend, but by accident I clicked on 'send to Instagram'. I immediately deleted it, but it was too late. People had already screenshot and recorded it. They even shared it on various WhatsApp groups.”

“It's just insults. Everyone wants to insult me and tarnish my name over a mistake. People must understand I am human and can make mistakes,” she said. “They say I've embarrassed fellow women by posting a nude video and are calling me a porn star. I have apologised, but nobody wants to forgive and forget. I am a good person and I hate to see people disrespecting me. I've worked very hard to build a good name for myself and all people are doing is tarnishing it.”

Her message is clear, for cyberbullying to stop, “I told myself not to give up on the good person I am. I've noticed it helps to speak out. If you don't like what people are saying about you, then tell them how their mean words affect you. Tell them to stop and eventually they will. I want cyberbullying to stop.”

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