Adam Rippon, everyone’s new favorite Olympian, may have helped Team USA win a bronze medal, but his Twitter deserves the gold.
The 28-year-old figure skater and first openly gay American athlete in the Winter Olympics has already captured hearts across the world with his insane talent, vibrant personality, and love of Reese Witherspoon.
But like every talented human, Rippon has some haters. How?! No idea. But his latest tweet shows he has the ~perfect~ way of dealing with them.
“To all those who tweet at me saying that they ‘hope I fail,” I have failed many times many times in my life,” Rippon shared with his followers.
“But more importantly, I’ve learned from every setback, proudly own up to my mistakes, grown from disappointments,” Rippon went on, “and now I’m a glamazon bitch ready for the runway.”
Are you KIDDING me, Adam? SLAAAAAAAYYYYY.Â
This tweet is complete and utter perfection. The ideal balance of heartfelt, genuine wisdom, and fierce AF confidence. I love it. I’m obsessed. Never change.
To all those who tweet at me saying that they âhope I failâ, I have failed many times many times in my life. But more importantly, Iâve learned from every setback, proudly own up to my mistakes, grown from disappointments, and now Iâm a glamazon bitch ready for the runway.
â Adam Rippon (@Adaripp) February 13, 2018
The tweet inspired Rippon’s fans, and they immediately praised him for his next-level realness. Lord grant us all the power to respond to our haters with the grace of Adam Rippon.
When I grow up, I want to be just like Adam Rippon âº
â Gman â¨ (@13reborns) February 13, 2018
With that attitude you’re doing things right off the ice, too. Gold medal or last place, you’re a winner.
â Ana Lucia (@Analucia815) February 13, 2018
Right spirit. Beautiful performance. Proud of your representation. Team USA is lucky to have you. You look great with you chin up. Best wishes for the days and years to come.
â Sophie Guellati (@sguellati1) February 13, 2018
Aside from this bomb tweet, Rippon has also recently slayed the Twitter game by showing love for his teammates and mom.
We are not worthy.