Another interesting topic, Florian.
I agree with Amira. Responding to comments from "haters" is not the wisest thing.
Popularity is inherently fleeting and fragile. No matter how beautiful, smart, upright, kind, and talented, there will always be people who don't like who you are, and say that to your face or in public.
Also, everyone has their own insecurities. People who thrive for popularity are particularly vulnerable to their own insecurities, and haters see right through the "likable" facades.
"If somebody said you're a green Martian, well you know you're not a green Martian. so, whatever, it doesn't hurt you. But somebody says to you, oh I don't like your blue top, you have to figure yourself, why does that hurt me? so, it's back to you. It's not even about them. Actually their statement to you is nothing to do with you. Those are the kind of things you know, when you look under the hood of these human experience and you have a perspective on what this thing is. Then you can have fun."
I think no one can be happy by taking everything seriously on social media.
If a large group of people gangs up on one person on the Internet, that's bullying. If it's just a person who is nasty to me (unless the person is making a threat) , I would dust off my shoulders and walk away.