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Willow Palin Responds to Cyberbullying on Facebook with Trash Talk

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Willow Palin responds to Facebook cyberbullying

Willow Palin responded to Facebook cyberbullying about her mother’s new reality series Sarah Palin’s Alaska… but rather than taking the high road, Willow Palin resorted to trash talking.

Apparently, no one schooled Willow Palin that swearing and spouting off homophobic language on Facebook would go unseen. Where’s mama Sarah Palin when you need her?

Naturally, Willow Palin’s Facebook comments are everywhere today!

Here’s how it went down:

A kid that the Palin kids went to school with wrote: “Sarah Palin’s Alaska, is failing so hard right now.”

Willow, age 16, responded with “Haha your so gay. I have no idea who you are, But what I’ve seen pictures of, your disgusting … My sister had a kid and is still hot.”

Willow Palin followed the comment with: “Tre stfu. Your such a f**got.”

Not to be left out, Bristol Palin (who’s making her own headlines for disappointing DWTS fans by making it to the finals) got in on the trash talk too, writing a message to the boy that said: “You’re running your mouth just to talk sh*t.”

More people joined in on the action, and Bristol once again responded to criticism to one poster, saying, “You’ll be as successful as my baby daddy, And actually I do work my ass off. I’ve been a single mom for the last two years.”

Willow later added, “Sorry that you guys are all jealous of my families success and you guys aren’t goin to go anywhere with your lives.”

No doubt, the cyberbullying is uncool whether you like the Palins or not, it’s not okay to attack their family.

But Willow Palin’s responses were pretty trashy. There’s definitely a more appropriate way to handle it than resorting to the low road.

What do you think of Willow Palin’s trash talk?

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