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Chloe Grace Moretz ain't got time for all you Twitter trolls!
The actress took to her own Twitter account to write several back-to-back remarks, slamming the haters who "hide behind" their computers and critique other people in mean and hurtful ways.
"When will people hiding behind computer screens get tired of calling someone 'fat' or 'masculine,' she questioned. "Does it make you feel good typing your hateful comments ? Does it fulfill you in some dark way?"
She continued, explaining how those trolls need to sit back and realize that the person on the other end of their mean comments has feelings, too.
"Sit back before you fire away commenting ignorant things and imagine the real HUMAN BEING you are commenting about," she wrote. "He or she is a PERSON, with feelings and thoughts and a life that you are affecting so negatively."
She then used herself as an example of someone who's been on the receiving end of some social media hate.
"I've spent my whole life in front of cameras growing up with miscellaneous people judging and critiquing every little thing about myself," she continued. "And it's time we all stop hiding behind keyboards pretending we know even the smallest thing about the people we judge."
Finally, she concluded her rant with one final note, "That's all - have a nice taco Tuesday guys."
And this isn't the first time the 19-year-old actress has spoken out on Twitter.
Earlier this year, after Kim Kardashian posted a nude selfie with censor blocks over certain parts of her body, Moretz couldn't help but comment.
"I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies." She said and later clarified her stance, writing, "There's a huge difference in respecting the platform that you're given as a celebrity and 'slut shaming' something I never have done and would never do."
Most recently, Moretz stuck to her guns about the situation, despite Kim's harsh response. She told Glamour magazine, "That picture wasn't linked to body confidence. It wasn't a #BodyConfidence or #LoveWhoYouAre. It was done in a slightly voyeuristic light, which I felt was a little inappropriate for young women to see."