The Young and the Restless actor Eric Braeden has had enough of a racist troll going after his soap opera costars online. According to TV Insider, the person first went after General Hospital’s Tabyana Ali, later attacking The Young and the Restless stars Sean Dominic, Christel Khalil and Bryton James.

Since joining General Hospital in 2022, Ali has been subjected to many racist messages. The negativity increased after her character entered an interracial relationship with Nicholas Chavez’s Spencer Cassadine, TV Insider reported. Earlier this month, the actor took to social media to open up about the issue and call out her haters. 

“To anyone that hates me. That’s absolutely fine. I don’t know you and you don’t me but regardless I’m sending you peace, safety, and prosperity… I also pray you touch some grass, see the sun, eat a delicious meal, and find something to do. Peace and love 💕” she wrote on X, formerly Twitter.

In a series of tweets shared later, Ali urged others not to accept hate and to fight against it.

“Okay this is the last time I’m going to speak on this today but we cannot be feeding in to peoples hate. We cannot be giving it back. We cannot stoop to rude/racist people’s level. It doesn’t help. We are fighting too many wars as it is. I believe we will have our world peace 1/2,” she tweeted. 

Ali added, “2/4But we got to find another way to fight. I’ve realized ignoring doesn’t help but neither does giving the energy back. We’re going in circles and that doesn’t get us anywhere. Everybody might not agree with me but thats okay. I just want to let ‘those’ people know, I see you.” 

She concluded her clapback by condemning those who spread hate online and suggesting they give others and themselves love.

Weeks after Ali’s social media posts, an account that appears to have a history of sharing racist attacks against soap opera stars, @ghyrbbfan1974, posted a hateful tweet about Dominic, Khalil and James, referring to them as “slaves.” 

Community alum Yvette Nicole Brown retweeted the message and tagged The Young and the Restless X account.

“Dear @YandR_CBS have you seen this tweet from @ghyrbbfan1974? She was blocked by the @GeneralHospital site for this same level of racism,” she wrote. 

Braeden entered the chat soon after that. 

“These three actors are dear colleagues of mine; they have more class than you LOW LIFE can imagine! We are going to block your racist ass, you got that, b***h??!!” the Daytime Emmy Award winner wrote in a response to Brown’s tweet.

Fans loved Braeden’s show of support.

The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on CBS, and General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC.