Dua Lipa Blames Online Trolls for Giving Her Moments of Self-Doubts
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When speaking about the toxic nature of social media, the 'New Rules' hitmaker points out that many people talking bad about her had actually never been to any of her shows.

AceShowbiz - Dua Lipa considered quitting music because of abuse from online trolls. Despite having become one of the biggest stars in the world of pop, the "One Kiss" hitmaker confessed to having doubts about succeeding in the industry because of the nasty messages she received online.

"There were moments of self-doubt, even though it was kind of unfair because a lot of the people that had sent those messages or were saying things online actually hadn't been to any of my shows," the 26-year-old singer is quoted by The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column as saying. "Social media is kind of run on this toxic currency of who can make people laugh at the expense of others."

Dua explained that she has since learned to cast the trolls aside and that she longer cares about what people say or think about her. The "New Rules" hitmaker said, "Now, if anybody says anything, it doesn't even bother me."

The ex-girlfriend of Anwar Hadid recently revealed that she decided to quit smoking to protect her voice for her current "Future Nostalgia" tour, which had been postponed several times due the coronavirus pandemic. She revealed, "I had laryngitis in December and that kind of kickstarted me quitting smoking a month earlier than I was supposed to. But I did it and I have stuck to it."

Dua has been travelling across the globe for her tour and revealed that the gigs have been demanding on her body. The Grammy Award winner said, "It is a really, really demanding and relentless show. When you're in rehearsals and I'm like, 'Yeah, let's do this dance routine here, and let's do this and let's do that.' "

"Nothing ever quite prepares you for the real thing, especially when the adrenaline hits and you're on stage and you feel the energy from the crowd," she added. "That definitely helps you get in the zone and you don't really think about the toll it can take on your body because the adrenaline is so high."

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