The social star opened up with the glossy about butting heads with haters and how he’s risen above all of that.
“Criticism finds fertile ground on the web and I felt hurt, especially when I was younger, both from having received it and for ingenuously dished it out,” he shares. “At first I’d respond to nasty comments with even nastier ones, then I realized that it’s no use: every time we demolish someone we end up demolished too.”
Nash adds, “Negative en- ergy must be translated into positive energy. Hatred breeds hatred, love produces love. It seems banal, but it took me a while to understand it.”
Now, Nash is a believer in lifting everyone up — especially dreamers.
“Lately, I admire the people who believe in their dreams,” he says. “Everyone has their own destiny. And given the hard times we’re going through, it’s a breath of fresh air to see that there are those who still manage to make a living doing what they love.”
Nash‘s feature was shot by Peter Ash Lee with Djuna Bel as the fashion editor.