Gabbie Hanna On "LIKING" Hate Comments?
"My favourite comment are, 'Did you notice that she only likes the positive comments and not the hate comments?'" Gabbie says.
29 December 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat
at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, CA — Photo by Jean_Nelson
On December 27, Gabbie posted a series of Instagram Stories where she asked fans why she would "like" a hate comment after a fan pointed out how she never "liked" any of the negative comments.
In an Instagram Story, Gabbie revealed to fans that she'd been reading the comments on her latest YouTube video, "SURPRISING MY BEST FRIEND WITH *EYEBROWS*?"
Her favourite comment so far was from a fan who pointed out that she never "liked" any of the hate comments on her YouTube videos.
A bewildered Gabbie said:
I "My favourite comments are,'Did you notice that she only likes the positive comments and not the hate comments?' Yeah, no f**k. Why would I put a heart on a hate comment?"
Anyway, Gabbie then decided to scroll down the comment section on her YouTube video to find a "hate" comment that she could click "like" on.
I "Let’s keep scrolling until we find a mean one. [...]
However, the video had an overwhelmingly positive response because after scrolling for ages, Gabbie failed to find a single mean comment!
I "None! Guys! [...] You guys are sweet."
And all the while, Gabbie "liked" all the comments she read while scrolling down.
Fun fact: At the time of writing, Gabbie currently has over 6.3 million subscribers on YouTube, and 3.6 million Instagram followers.
What's Gabbie's "biggest fear?"
Meanwhile, Gabbie revealed to fans her hilarious "biggest fear". That is, she's worried that she'll put the wrong link on the "swipe up" on Instagram, and it would take fans to something "super embarrassing" that she'd previously been watching.
I "One of my biggest fears is that someday I’m gonna put a swipe up link that wasn’t the youtube video and it’s gonna be something super embarrassing. And you guys are gonna expose me for whatever I was watching."
Gabbie Hanna has recently signed a book deal for her second book. Her first book is titled, "Adultolescence," and is a poetry collection that focuses on coming of age in today's world.
Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary.
Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.