Catriona Gray Finds It Empowering To Block Her Bashers On Social Media

'If I'm scrolling and I find something, I will block it.'
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Catriona Gray has no plans of slowing down after passing on the crown at the Miss Universe 2019 pageant.

The Miss Universe 2018 is writing a book called Conquering Your Universe and she's working on new content on her YouTube channel. She also recently performed on ABS-CBN's Sunday noontime program ASAP Natin 'To.

In an episode of Tonight With Boy Abunda, Catriona played a game of "Yes, No, Maybe," where she needs to react with a "yes," "no," or "maybe" to the question, no matter how intriguing it may be.

When asked if she blocks her bashers on social media, Catriona totally got real.

"I do," she said. "It's a very empowering thing for me to do because I feel like I take away their power and I take away the negativity at the push of a button. It doesn't mean that I really go through and I read everything, but if I'm scrolling and I find something, I will block it. These are bashers."

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In November, Catriona posted a bare-faced selfiepart of the #AsSheIs challenge, an Instagram challenge that urges women to be “vulnerable and real” on social media. She's also been very open about her low moments and struggles with body shaming and online bullying

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