Artist teaches a perfect lesson to a troll who sent him a hate mail

Online trolls sometimes become a pain and they have to be taught a good lesson. Conor Collins, an extremely talented artist, faced a similar situation recently.

Rather than actually replying to his letter, this is what he did!


In an interview with Gay Times, Collins said,

I can’t remember who it was who said it, but I was told that the more hate messages you are getting, the more likely you are doing something that is making change. So my first postal hate mail felt like a healthy progression… When I read it the first time I didn’t really think much of it. However, when I read it again I noticed it was actually oddly funny.


Hate tweets normally spike after one of my paintings goes viral. However when you click the profiles of these people you see they’ve not only sent you a hate message, but about 15 other people in the last five minutes. These people just seem to spend their time online trying to drag others down.

He began getting trolled when he  started crafting portraits of LGBTQ+ celebs, such as openly gay Olympic diver Tom Daley and transgender Olympian-turned-reality-TV-mainstay Caitlyn Jenner.