Draya Michele Tells 'Mean' Haters to 'Do Better' After Clearing Up Paternity of Unborn Baby

A week after throwing a baby shower with her boyfriend Jalen Green, the former 'Basketball Wives' cast member criticizes those who spread hate on social media.

AceShowbiz - Draya Michele has once again stood up against "mean" trolls on social media. The reality TV star, who has been facing backlash since unveiling her pregnancy, has called out people who use social media to spread hate.

On Sunday, April 28, the expectant actress took to her Instagram Stories to share her message about the hate culture. "Social media is used as therapy for those who enjoy sharing their real life stories," she began. "It also seems to be a source of something for the people who comment negativity... Perhaps a release of some sort."

She went on noting, "But idk. Mean is mean. And as a human race... we gotta do better." Talking about her personal experience, she added, "People are very mean in the comments... Besides feeling bad to myself... I would never type out my opinions to people. Especially not those just trying to (like i said) survive and make the best of it."

Draya's complaint about the use of Instagram comes just a week after she confirmed the paternity of her unborn child at a baby shower. On April 21, she and her boyfriend Jalen Green threw a baby shower to celebrate the impending arrival of their baby girl.

In a video taken from the party, the NBA star looked ecstatic. He threw his hands in the air as his girlfriend declared that it's party time. The pair went color-coordinated at the cherry-themed party. Draya bared her baby bump in a red crop top and a matching miniskirt. Her boyfriend, meanwhile, opted for a red-and-white striped button down with matching pants.

Draya confirmed her pregnancy on International Women's Day in March without naming her baby daddy amid her controversial romance rumors with Jalen. The model soon faced backlash over her relationship with Jalen, who is 17 years her junior.

She later seemed to respond to the criticism as she reposted a quote about being misunderstood on her Story. "Get comfortable being misunderstood," it read. "Only a fraction of people will be able your essence. You are not on anyone else's timeline of comprehension. Also, it's none of your business how others chose to perceive you. Most high see you clearly, let that be enough."

A few days later, the 39-year-old media personality opened up about her struggle as she posted on her Story, "I feel like I am at the bottom of a pile of heavy humans. Most hours of the day I feel like I am struggling to breathe."

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