Miss S’pore International Charlotte Chia Says She Doesn’t Care That Netizens Insult Her Looks

Some people will always find a reason to hate or say nasty things about you.

Especially now within the social media age, it’s even easier to do.

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People can hide behind net anonymity and freely type what they want, under the “protection” that no one knows who they are.

I’d imagine this would be hard to block out sometimes, especially if you’re model.

But that’s precisely what our own Miss Singapore did.

Haters Gonna Hate

Before we go on any further, it’ll be easier if I just use a reference image for the moment.

Image: Facebook (Media Malaysia)

These are the South-East Asian competitors for the 59th Miss International pageant.

As you can see on the bottom right, that’s our Singapore representative: Ms Charlotte Chia.

She was crowned Miss Singapore International on 21 July and will be participating in the Japanese-based international beauty pageant on 15 November.

So far so good right?

Image: Tenor

For some reason when the picture was posted several comments began to flood in criticising her looks.

Image: Facebook (Media Malaysia)

This one says “Singapore sent a canteen aunty?”

Wait, how does she look anything like a canteen aunty?

Image: Facebook (Media Malaysia) 

“Did the Singapore girl have too much surgery, or did the surgery fail?”

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Okay, that’s too much.

One even asked if this was the best Singapore had to offer.

Image: Facebook (Media Malaysia)

Yeah reading some of this is annoying me, I’ll stop.

It seems that a few of these comments came from Malaysians, whom I guess were trying to hype up their own contestant, Charmaine Chew.

Which, just saying, isn’t an excuse to go and attack someone just because they aren’t your preference.


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But unlike my angry self over here, Ms Chia doesn’t really seem to care.

Drown It Out

Apparently, according to her, she recently wrote on her Instagram that she “didn’t know they (the critics) existed until now, so truly: outta sight, outta mind.”


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Unintentional A+ burn.

Though, I can kind of understand why she doesn’t have time to see all the hate since she’s been busy with catwalk practices, speech training and costume fittings.

In fact, she’s busy spreading a lot more of positivity than hate.

“My family used to joke about me becoming Miss Singapore when we watched pageants on TV.⁣⠀Never imagined it would actually happen,” the 21-year-old wrote in her post.


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In fact, if you browse a few of her other Instagram posts, there’s barely a mention about the nasty comments at all.

Most of them are just of her looking positively striking.

In fact, several netizens have come out and complimented her on her looks, telling her to just ignore the haters and keep doing what she does.

Image: Instagram (Charlotte Chia)


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Just as there are haters, you will always have a good amount of supporters!

Ms Chia seems to be gearing up and hopes that she can do her mother, one of her biggest supporters, proud.

I have no doubt that regardless of the results, Singapore is very proud to have her as our representative!

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