It's hardly shocking
news that some on the Internet hate Rebecca Black. With her "Friday" video
getting well over a hundred million hits on YouTube, it's no surprise she has a
few in-person haters, too. Unfortunately, among them are some of Black's
schoolmates. Their taunting has finally resulted in Black being pulled from
Black's mother has
decided to home school the 14-year-old from now on, a new decision which also allows
more time to focus on her daughter's career. But the teen seems zen about her
alarming circumstances. The online anti-Rebecca comments became so violent at
one point the FBI became involved when Black started receiving death threats.
But now that the bullying has branched off the internet and into her real life,
Black has been forced to act.
In an interview set to air tonight, Wednesday, on ABC, Black
opens up about the real-life, non-Internet-based criticism she receives. "When I walk
by, they'll start singing 'Friday' in a really nasally voice," she