The 29-year-old daughter of Olivia Newton-John took to Instagram to respond to haters who called her a "trashy no talent slut."
"I wanted to say thank you to everyone who shows me love and kindness. I'm sorry if I don't get back to all of your comments or questions, I'm just trying to avoid looking at any hateful messages," she wrote. "Got my first negative comment calling me a trashy no talent slut. And I almost forgot that there are really weird hateful people out there! So just know I love you and value your comments."
"Success and happiness is a magnet for jealousy and hate. So just remember not to let anyone bring you down when you are following your dreams, because they are jealous that you are doing something with your life," she continued. "Let's all celebrate eachothers success, talents, beauty, and intelligence! Not fear or covet it. Remember that if someone try's to hurt you it is only because they want what you have. Because they are so filled with self hatred and have no self esteem. Feel sorry for them but do not allow them to affect our life."
The singer added: "Remember, a powerful woman/man who goes after their dreams Is a scary thing for some people. And no normal person will ever try to hurt you or make you feel bad about yourself. Only a sicko will. So girls with big boobs big lips and short skirts your a sexy bombshell !!!!not a slut! And dey all just jealous. We 2 busy making moves to hate!weirdos got to much free time ! I love and support you all! And value your talents beauty and dreams! Share this post if you think it will help someone you know. Also If u are a sicko that's gonna hate your comment will be deleted right away and not seen by me. So don't wAste your abundant free time."
Chloe's post came after she hit the red carpet with her mom at Share Nightclub in Las Vegas on Saturday, looking drastically different than she did in the early 2000s.
She definitely has switched up her look since then -- now sporting long blonde hair and a significantly larger chest.
The mother-daughter duo attended the event to promote their new single together, "You Have to Believe," a song that reworks Newton-John's "Xanadu" hit "Magic."
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