Vicky Pattison slams nasty troll for telling her she speaks ‘like a man’

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Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison, who previously opened up on losing Charlotte Crosby as a friend, has responded to a troll’s comment who cruelly told her she speaks “like a man even on Instagram”.

While the reality star admitted she was tempted to reply to the follower at first, she decided to open up about focussing on herself with her fans in a lengthy statement.

Alongside a gorgeous snap of herself enjoying a glass of white wine, Vicky shared: “Your life isn’t yours if you always care what others think…

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“I read a comment today from some little twerp telling me I ‘spoke like a man even on Instagram’.. being the red blooded Scorpio woman that I am I wanted to reply, I wanted to call him a little twerp, (obviously I’m far too dignified for that), I wanted to ask him how language was gender-specific, I wanted to do a lot of things to be fair, including praying he stood on an upturned plug… And in the end, I realised none of it was important. I was never going to change his mind- & why did I care anyway?!”

She added: “I don’t know him, he doesn’t seem like a particularly nice person, his opinion doesn’t pay my bills?! So why the f**k did I care?!”

Vicky went on to explain: “And that's the million dollar question – why DID I care about the twerp’s opinion?! I know I’m a natural people pleaser & I think we’ll all agree it’s nice to be liked.

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“But deep down I know we can’t be everyone’s cup of tea all the time- & what I need to realise is that that is FINE! I’ve spent too much time over the years trying to be what I thought I should be, or what people wanted me to be.”

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!'s 2015 champion stressed that trying to please everyone is “draining and tiring”.

“So baring that in mind, I just wanted to say cheers to that little twerp, & anyone else who has ever had anything negative to say about me, about where I came from, about how I conduct myself, how I look or the decisions I make – you’re entitled to your opinion, but it is not fact,” she shared.

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“And I will not allow your opinions to dictate my actions!! We are all guilty from time to time, of people pleasing or dimming our sparkle so others feel better & occasionally we’re so scared to be ourselves for fear of rebuke we almost lose our identities entirely.

“Well I suggest we stop – we take pride in who we are, the choices we make & the people we’re becoming & worry less about the opinions of others.”

Vicky finished off her message by encouraging her fans to believe in their own strengths, as she wrote: “After all, some people just don’t like you because your strength reminds them of their weakness.

“Don’t let their hate slow you down. You’ve got this! Brave girls, you are here for you, not them… remember that.”

It wasn’t long before many fans waded in to give Vicky their support as one commented: “Love you. and your face. and your voice.”

Another posted underneath: “You are beautiful inside and out! ps. You speak like one HOT Scorpio!”

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