"Not everyone's gonna like you, but if you stay true to yourself, they might respect you", she wrote in another tweet.
Now Maroney is at the center of another viral sensation, because of an Instagram video she posted Saturday.
But in a follow-up Instagram post, Maroney announced that she wished her haters well.
Maroney addressed the video in another post after many believed her account was hacked. And a year ago, Instagram followers are accused her of getting lip injections, which she denied.
She also posted a series of tweets, saying: "Hey, I'm just doing me. if u want me to be a role model so bad, get inspired by how i give 0 f***s and go do u".
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When she sported a fuller pout in July past year, she denied getting lip injections to Seventeen Magazine. Fans of the Olympic gold medalist freaked out when the gymnast got all racy on Instagram, and she hit back by getting even more naughty on May 15.
"Makeup and a camera can really make you look like a different person", she said about not surgically enhancing her face.
It's not the first time she had to speak up for herself on social media.
"I didn't get hacked". "I don't mean to freak anybody out". Because that's how people come up to me and that's what they say.