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This Is How YouTube Singers Reese Lansangan, Karl Zarate, and Reneè Dominique Deal With Haters

They wouldn't let it faze them.
IMAGE Reneé Dominique | youtube.com/heyimreneeee, Reese Lansangan | youtube.com/reeselansangan, Karl Zarate | youtube.com/karlzarate

Sharing their talents and doing what they love, YouTubers Karl Zarate, Reese Lansangan, and Reneè Dominique chose to be brave and put themselves out there. But with all the love they receive online, they also encounter hate comments along the way. 

Listen up, Candy Girls! Hit that play button and take some pointers from these talented individuals and just continue doing what you love or what you're passionate about. 


"Sometimes people they hate because they don't have anything better to do."—Reneè Dominique

"Nagpapasalamat din ako sa bashers kasi kung wala sila hindi ako magiging strong."—Karl Zarate

"The negativity will not do you good. Just keep on doing your thing, These voices don't matter, you just have to keep doing what you're doing."—Reese Lansangan

What are you passionate about? Share them with us in the comments!

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