Love Island champ Amber Gill isn't backing down in the battle against online hate.
The 21 year old spoke from the heart about the issue that's been playing on her mind.
While Amber thanked those who send messages of kindness and positivity, she scolded vile trolls who comment cruel things on her social media posts.
She wrote: "Watching you all throw your assumptions about me in the comments like.
"Makes me glad I don't post too much u really know nothing let's keep it like that.
"U can stay pressed and stay mad."
The star added: "I know it seems I concentrate on the hate. I don't, I just want to call them out.
"I want to thank you if you say loads of lush things. I try to comment back."
She recently starred in a short film titled iNFLUENCER, which she shared with her fans.
The film follows Amber as she navigates social media, and despite reading lots of positive comments, has her heart broken by the cruel ones.
Amber also recently shared a tribute post to Caroline Flack, who took her own life earlier this month.
"A supportive friend in a time of need," Amber penned, "An amazing woman. I have no words.
"You will be truly missed. Thinking of Caroline's close friends and family.
"Sending love to EVERYONE."
Amber shot to fame during Love Island's 2019 series, which she went on to win alongside then-flame Greg O'Shea.
Despite an often difficult time in the villa, she and Greg came out on top and took home the 50K prize money.
She has since gone on to collaborate on fashion projects with MissPap, a brand owned by BooHoo, in a deal worth a reported £1 million.
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