Kevin Smith gives advice to daughter’s online bully

Kevin SmithKevin Smith is not happy with a man who posted an offensive comment about his 17-year-old daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, on Instagram.

The filmmaker posted a screenshot of the vile comment by Instagram user @kingpsypsyphus, filled with offensive statements that insulted Harley’s appearance, her movie Yoga Hosers, her father, and even wished her death.

Instead of feeding the troll, Kevin decided to give enlighten him instead, saying: “If you hate me (or my kid) this much, the better use of your time is to make YOUR dreams come true, instead of slamming others for doing the same.”

He also added, “The best revenge is living insanely well – so if you wanna get back at a 17 year old girl for the grievous crime of enjoying her life, the best way to do it is to succeed in your OWN existence… Don’t b*tch or punish the world: just create.”

Meanwhile, Harley found the comment to be quite laughable. In an Instagram caption, she said that she just laughed off the comment because regardless of what she does, she knows that there will always be some people who will be jealous of her. ~Natalia Makarski

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  1. nael • August 16, 2016 @ 4:14 PM

    First of all it’s envy, not jealousy. Learn the difference, people. Yeah, the idiot is a bullying troll. Social media is rife with them. But a lot of people online are unhappy with Smith for giving his inexperienced daughter starring roles in his films. They are saying this is nepotism, pure and simple. And they’re absolutely right.

  2. CDubya • August 16, 2016 @ 4:55 PM

    nice

  3. Smart Allec • August 16, 2016 @ 5:38 PM

    Maybe if you don’t want your daughter to get bullied online, maybe you shouldn’t named her after a cartoon clown. Why don’t I name my son Bozo, or Joker?

  4. Andrea • August 17, 2016 @ 9:06 AM

    Yes, it’s nepotism and the two stars of Yoga Hosers are his daughter and Johnny Depp’s daughter. No wonder it’s so hard for aspiring actors to make it in Hollywood. If we boycott movies that star the children of famous people, they would stop that practice in a hurry.

  5. LisaL • August 17, 2016 @ 12:28 PM

    People need to grow up – death wishes? That’s extreme.

  6. Cat • May 11, 2017 @ 3:30 PM

    So what if he gave her and JDs kid the starring roles in his movie. Its HIS movie. lol. Its not like there are only one or two movies made per year.

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