It's never nice to have somebody say something awful about you. Especially when it's on social media, for everyone to see.
The culprits are hiding behind their screens, but their effect can be very damaging on people. Now imagine being in the spotlight, like Madison Beer, and getting hundreds of them, daily.
"I think being famous makes it harder for people to accept me sometimes. People are just mean to me every single day online for no reason and it really hurts.
"When I first started posting on YouTube, I was bullied a bunch and made fun of. A lot of my friends [at the time] were the ones being mean about it, actually - it just kind of sucked. I mean, I'm a really sensitive person so when something affects me, I cry and I'm a baby about it - I cry all the time!"
Madison has since moved on from those friends who bullied her, but the comments will forever be there.
"Today, I have so many people who still try to bring me down and constantly tell me I'm not good enough. They just say really terrible things to me that nobody should have to hear," she continued.
She has also given advice to anybody experiencing a similar thing.
"I know it's a really crappy feeling, but remember you're not alone. Everyone has to deal with haters in some way or another - they're everywhere!
"I've learned that you can't let people's comments get you down. If you do, then they win. You have to focus on the good things, block out the bad things and think: I'm having fun. I'm living my dream. If you guys want to make fun of me, that's your problem! Just remember to hold yourself high and be proud of yourself."
Slay honey. Slay.