The actress and singer Halle Bailey took to Twitter on Wednesday morning with a veiled warning for fans amidst criticism of her and her sister’s recent projects.

“I’m gonna say this once. I don’t stand for bullying of any kind on this app of anyone…those who I don’t know, and especially of those who I love with my whole heart. I think sometimes people forget that even though we live public lives, we are human, and have souls…” she tweeted.

But in the next tweet, she gave haters a warning.

“Everyone who knows me knows I go to war for the ones I love and I’ve kept it real cute on this app for a while now… so just reminding y’all to please keep it cute too…xoxo,” Bailey wrote.

Fans were quick to respond, throwing their support behind the 23-year-old The Little Mermaid star.

Chloe Bailey, the other half of the sister duo Chloe x Halle, has recently faced heavy-handed criticism. The 24-year-old revealed she deleted the bird app altogether.

The “Have Mercy” singer has been promoting the release of her debut solo album, In Pieces ahead of her new film, Praise This. But she’s been slammed with backlash over her music collaboration with Chris Brown on said album, her racy sex scene in Donald Glover’s new series Swarm and her evolving sex appeal as a solo artist.

“I love all social media, and I love Twitter as well, but that’s where you can see all the negative things about you directly in your face,” she told ET Canada. “If I see my name trending, I’d click it and see a whole plethora of negative tweets about myself. I don’t need to do that to myself.”

Halle Bailey is no stranger to criticism as she continues to navigate the backlash her upcoming Disney film, The Little Mermaid, has generated. She takes on the persona of Ariel, who people complained didn’t fit the image of the original character, who is white. It’s been an uphill battle for the star, with the negative response ramping up again upon the announcement of the movie’s release date of May 26.

Bailey told Edition Magazine, “Seeing the world’s reaction to it was definitely a shock.”

The sisters are quick to support each other amidst the criticism, with Halle Bailey’s latest tweet a prime example.

Let’s hope she doesn’t have to stop “keeping it cute” for her fans on Twitter when the haters come knocking.