WATCH: Girl Responds To Boy Who Had Been Bullying Her Online


Cyber bullying is a new phenomenon but we’ve already seen that the effects can be devastating, especially for teenagers who might be going through a tough time and suffering from a lack of self-esteem. But one girl’s no-holds-barred approach to dealing with a troll has gone viral and sparked a heated debate about the best way to deal with a troll.

The chick in this video was being mercilessly teased online by a guy from a neighbouring school in California’s Sonoma Valley until she eventually decided that enough was enough and went to pay him a little visit.

Now, I have read reports that this girl was training to be an MMA fighter but they are unsubstantiated so I’m not going to suggest such a thing, here. One thing I will say, however, is that this chick sure as sh*t knows how to throw down!

The video starts with the girl dropping her tormentor with a pretty sweet trip before going 100% savage-mode and landing a couple of knees to the face. The first one injures him but the second one actually knocks him out!

The bully basher then makes her getaway just as a teacher arrives on the scene. She shouts “Get that girl right now! Who is that girl?!” as the victim-turned-attacker beats a hasty retreat.

Since being posted on Facebook, this video has gone viral, racking up over 18 million views and sparking a debate about the appropriate way to deal with someone who is bullying you online.

Many people chimed in, saying she went too far but in all honesty, I think she went just far enough. One thing’s for certain, though; this smart ass won’t be messing with that chick again anytime soon!

In the aftermath of the video exploding online, the school released a statement, describing the incident as “unacceptable” and explained that they have tried to get Facebook to remove the video on the grounds of “violent content and because minors are recognizable,” but they were unsuccessful because it doesn’t violate Facebook’s community standards.

We hope that the video stays up as a permanent reminder to people that if you bully others, you might end up paying a hefty price for your actions.




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