Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei Takes A Break From Twitter Because Of Fans' Cyberbullying

Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei takes a break from Twitter after being cyberbullied by their own fans. The Fifth Harmony member was sick and tired of the many racist and rude tweets towards her so she tweeted a long letter addressing those things.

The issue started after Normani was asked in a live Facebook interview by Galore to describe each of her members. As she was being asked about Camila, the Fifth Harmony member said "she is ... let's see. Camila. Very quirky. Yeah." She added "Very quirky. Cute," said People. It angered many Fifth Harmony fans especially those who like Camila only.

The fans took their anger to Twitter and tweeted some offensive and racist things to Normani. Normani did a damage control by tweeting a long tweet saying she has always put her 110% effort for the group. Those people who do not know what happens behind the camera should not judge her. She added that she has always been the target of the hate and unjust slander. She thought it was not right. She also said that even if people hate her she continued to live her life and do what she loves. She ended it with "I have love and respect for all four of my band mates whether you choose to believe it or not." However, it did little to appease the fans.

She tweeted again saying she is leaving Twitter for a while. She thanked those fans who love her. She also said: "I'm not the first black female celebrity to deal with this and I'm sure I won't be the last. I want to take this moment to say Love goes much further than hate in this world. Hiding behind a computer and putting people down, especially for the color of their skin doesn't make you cool, it makes you a coward!"

Daily Mail reported that Camila also did damage control and tweeted that she does not like it when her fans are directing anger to other people. She said that she does not tolerate those people who need to hate others to love her.

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