Kendall Jenner ignores cyberbullies.
The 20-year-old television personality has over 66 million Instagram followers, and whilst most of them love her, with her profile so public it's no surprise that the star attracts a fair amount of hate in the comments too.
October marks the start of National Bullying Prevention Month in the US, and the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has used the platform to reveal how she deals with bullies.
Speaking to Garage Magazine, she said: "Let's face it - Everyone is going to have an opinion. Best advice I have is to realise just that, everyone's always going to be saying something and if you concern yourself with that, you're in for a giant headache. What matters is how you feel. If you like that picture or you feel good in that outfit, f**k it. Gaining perspective does wonders."
And the model also has one other piece of advice that she follows to the letter, and although she says it sounds "slightly basic", she insists it works.
She said: "I aim to treat others as I want to be treated. I know that sounds slightly basic, but when it comes to humans and human nature, the simplest answer is usually the right one. It really is as easy as that."
As part of National Bullying Prevention Moth, Kendall is taking part in the anti-bullying campaign 'Be Cool Be Nice' with Willow Smith, which models such as Hailey Baldwin and Emily Ratajkowski showed their support for during Milan Fashion Week.
Kendall admitted the "coolest and nicest" person she knows is her grandmother MJ.