Dua Lipa just spoke for the entire world when she urged us to "be nicer to one another" online.I don't know about you, but I see some really vile things online – things people not only wouldn't dare to say to someone's face, but probably wouldn't want to say to someone's face. Somehow, being behind a computer/phone screen takes away empathy and encourages anonymous nastiness… Nastiness that singer Dua often finds herself on the receiving end of. "Some days I don't read into the comments," she told BBC Breakfast. "Some days maybe I feel a little bit more vulnerable and I dive in and I almost go looking for things I don't want to see."
"I feel like that's something we should all do, we should share positivity and encourage kindness and protect our fans and ourselves – just be nicer to one another. I feel like we'd all have a much better experience on social media if that was the case. "She finished off with a poignant message: "You can't change everyone's mind on that and some people use it as a form of release, in whatever way that may be – sometimes at the expense of others. But it's baby steps. Hopefully, we can try and make it a much safer experience for everyone. "Hear, hear! I just wish she'd written that on Instagram or Twitter so I could go 'like' it.