Halle Bailey got here to her sister Chlöe Bailey’s protection following web trolling on Chlöe’s latest album sells.
Chlöe launched her debut solo album, In Items, final Friday (March 31). The 14-track-project featured visitor appearances from Chris Brown, Missy Elliot and Future. She reportedly bought 10,000 copies in its first week, peaked at No. 119 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, and No. 17 on the publication’s High R&B Albums chart. Shortly after these numbers started circulating on social media, folks began trolling the R&B singer.
“Hey y’all. I’m gonna say this as soon as. I don’t stand for bullying of any sort on this app of anybody — those that I don’t know and particularly of those that I really like with my complete coronary heart,” Halle wrote on Twitter. “I feel generally folks overlook that despite the fact that we dwell public lives, we’re human, and have souls.”
The Little Mermaid star continued in a follow-up tweet, “Everybody who is aware of me is aware of i am going to conflict for those I really like and I’ve saved it actual cute on this app for some time now. So simply reminding y’all to please hold it cute too. Xoxo.”