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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