Internet trolls need to find a new hobby, or at least know how to set some boundaries when it comes to “freedom of speech” on social media.

Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat allow celebrities and other public figures to interact with their fans at all times, unfortunately, it also makes them an easy target.

Shakira Colombian singer and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira appears at a news conference at United Nations headquarters in New York, September 22, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A few days ago, Colombian superstar Shakira shared a sweet summer photo of her eating a watermelon. “Summer colors,” she captioned the image pointing out the fact that her hat matched the fruit she was eating.

Hours after sharing the post, followers started paying attention to the small details, including Shak’s uneven nails.

“A worldly woman like you shouldn’t wear her nails like that,” said user ortegayaniris.

Immediately after, fans began jumping on her for making such a ridiculous comment.

“Is it true that a woman is criticizing Shakira for not doing her nails?” wrote user soyluismiguels. “You keep talking about respect and gender equality and you are the ones noticing shallow things like that.”

He continued, “Can’t you see she is a musician? Fancy nails and guitars do not go hand in hand. Why can’t you just see that she is a superstar and a mother, or the fact that she is almost 40 and she looks like she is 28? Why can’t you see that she is showing herself natural and she looks beautiful?”

Earlier this week, Demi Lovato decided to speak up and face Internet trolls who were attacking her for expressing her personal opinion on the Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez feud.

“I like Snapchat cause I don’t have to see what some of y’all say. Follow me if you want: theddlovato,” she tweeted.

Later she added, “But why do people actually give a f*ck what I say? Like, if you don’t care then gtfo haha”