Young cool J too cool for ghost and goblins

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Solange Knowles shared an awesome pic of her 11-year-old son dressed as a young LL Cool J for Halloween, and while most followers couldn't help but gush over Julez's costume choice, one wasn't as nice and called him "ugly" in the comments section.

"So cute but at the same time he ugly," the user wrote.

Instead of flipping out and releasing a hell-hath-no-fury attitude, Beyonce's sister responded in the classiest way possible. She penned a response that talked about why it's so problematic when people "spread ugliness" and talked about the special love and attention her son receives at home despite all the judgment.

Solange Knowles, Julez, Instagram Response


It's safe to say Solange absolutely schooled this user.

Stars have often turned to social media to either defend themselves or the content the publish. No one goes unscathed on the Internet these days, but sometimes people go too far and they feel the need to respond. Chrissy Teigen fired back on social media at those who criticized her pregnancy diet after she posted a photo of Fruity Pebbles cereal.

"If you wanna give me unsolicited baby advice on the damn cereal I eat/what I wear, u better unlock your profile so I can see your perfection," Teigen wrote on Twitter last Thursday. "Yes I am living off dyed food. Tuna too!! Gonna try to dye my tuna actually. Then have an icy, dyed vodka soda and that's just lunch."

"Then I'm gonna f--kin take the trapeze class I've been meaning to take," she added. "Then maybe do a 3 legged race then probably rent sumo suits and battle strangers. Then a nice cigar in the hot tub oh today will be a delight indeed."

Haters are going to hate.

Watch Kim Zolciak-Biermann also slam Internet haters in the video above.

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