Sister Wives: How Does Meri Brown Handle Fan Hate? Find Out Here

Sister WivesIn a recent Instagram Q+A session, Meri Brown described the way she handles negative fans, per PEOPLE Magazine.

Apparently, Meri Brown prefers the gentler, softer way when it comes to handling fan’s negativity. Continue reading and we’ll tell you how the Sister Wives star fields negative comments.

Sister Wives – Meri Brown Believes Sour Fans ‘Must Feel A Lot Of Pain’

During a Q+A session on the social media platform on Monday, July 25, the Sister Wives alum was asked how she handled the hate that some viewers throw at her. Her answer comes from a positive place.

“Just throw love back at them,” the 51-year-old TLC personality said. “They must be feeling a lot of pain.” Meri has been a staple on Sister Wives since it began in 2010. As fans know, the series delves into the daily lives of the polygamist lifestyle of the Brown family.

Sister Wives – Meri Brown’s Goal? ‘Be A Better Person’

Over the years fans have been present for the good times as well as the more unpleasant ones with Kody Brown, 53, and his four wives; Meri Brown, 51, Janelle Brown, 53, Christine Brown, 50, and Robyn Brown, 43.

Unfortunately, Christine decided to leave her 25-year marriage to Kody last season. And, though Meri did go through a rough spell with her husband, the two did manage to form a more platonic bond.

The Sister Wives star has said that she hopes to reconcile the relationship with her husband in the future but, during the season 16 tell-all, she said, “I also know that my goal and my purpose and my point is to just be a better person and to just look at the family because there’s value to that. There is value to this family that we have created.”

Sister Wives – She’s Addressed Fan Attacks Before

While Meri and Kody were going through their rough patch, some Sister Wives viewers lambasted her for staying with her husband despite the way he treats her. Other fans pointed to Meri for causing just as much division in the Brown family.

Previously, Meri addressed her fans on the matter, writing in a 2020 Instagram story, “Hi, my name is Meri. I’m human. Yes, I’m on TV. Yes, I’m still human. I love. I have feelings. I make mistakes. I say I’m sorry. I forgive,” adding, “I’m allowed my privacy. I’m allowed my privacy. Did I say that already? I’m allowed to grow. I’m allowed to change. I’m human.”

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