How Maine deals with bashers: “Sometimes I take the time to visit their accounts to see the nasty things they say about me.”

After almost two years in the showbiz industry, phenomenal star Maine Mendoza admitted she’s been used to bashers and have grown up on how to deal with them.

In a PEP story of Rachelle Siazon based on Cosmopolitan’s May 2017 cover story, Maine said she sometimes take the bashers and haters for lunch.

According to the phenomenal star: “Alam mo, minsan, ‘yun ang nila-lunch ko, the bashers and the haters.”

She said she sometimes visit their accounts too to find out what do these people say about her.

“Sometimes I take the time to visit their accounts to see the nasty things they say about me.”

The actress also disclosed that she’s a pessimist and is already used to negative stuff.

Maine’s rise to fame began after her dubsmash videos went viral, and she later joined Eat Bulaga as Wally’s nanny Yaya Dub in the segment Problem Solving.

Her career even became brighter after an accidental love team was formed between her character Yaya Dub with fellow host and Pambansang Bae Alden Richards.

Their love team was an extreme hit after the show decided to create a split screen romance story, and the segment was later changed to Kalyeserye.

The AlDub loveteam has not only made a name in the Philippines but even foreigners were intrigued over them, especially that they  topped the Twitter trends a number of times.

Kalyeserye started in July 2015 and concluded in December 2016.

As of posting, Alden and Maine have already made two movies, namely: My Bebe Love and Imagine You and Me and a soap opera Destined to be Yours which is about to end next week. The two are already confirmed to start shooting for their next movie, and visit Eat Bulaga! as Barangay Secretary Maine and Barangay Tanod Alden.

Let us have a #throwback on the first day of the Kalyeserye: