Maria Shriver's Daughter Katherine Schwarzenegger Shuts down Troll Mocking Her for Sharing Selfies
The daughter of former Governer of California, Arnlod Schwarzenegger, stood up for herself against an internet troll who slammed her selfies.
Katherine Schwarzenegger shared a post on Instagram featuring herself in a black top and a heartwarming smile. Fans of her work, including her husband, Hollywood actor Chris Pratt, left supportive messages for her except for one user.
One user decided to place a comment, but it was far from the support she’d been getting. The user slammed her and claimed that she was only posting selfies rather than doing actual work for society.
SCHWARZENEGGER FACED WITH INTERNET TROLL
A user claimed that Schwarzenegger only pretended to work for society. "Remember when Kennedys used to like, do stuff for society? This one just posts extremely polished selfies that try too hard and look like they take hours to put together and talks about makeup," he wrote.
"I guess ya gotta #stayrelevant," the person concluded after taunting her image as a writer and animal rescue advocate. The post was captured by "Comments By Celebs."
Currently, the post has numerous discussions on whether the taunt is called for but Schwarzenegger marches on towards her beliefs.
"Took the above picture after submitting my final draft of my fourth book (coming soon) and on my way to doing an interview on behalf of shelter animals (my cause of choice) god bless," she wrote alongside a praying hand emoji.
SCHWARZENEGGER’S WORK SINCE 2010
Schwarzenegger's first book, "Rock What You’ve Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty From Someone Who’s Been There and Back," was published in 2010. Her second book, "I Just Graduated…Now What?," hit the market in 2014.
Schwarzenegger also wrote a children’s book titled, "Maverick and Me," in 2017. The book is all for pet adoption and teaching children to love their furry friends. All of Schwarzenegger's books are aimed at helping ourselves and others.
Her parents, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver both grew up on farms and loved animals, she told "People Now." While she grew up, she had farm animals of her own, "dogs were always a staple," she shared.
Schwarzenegger doesn't only share hwe work on her social media, she honored her father, Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Mr. Olympia, on father's day.