Jordan Bone got tired of answering questions.
The beauty vlogger, from England, had addressed the reason her hands are the way they are in previous videos, but she was still receiving negative comments, so she decided to put an end to it.
She posted a very moving video to her YouTube channel, which has over 36,000 subscribers, on August 25, explaining that she is now tetraplegic, as a result of car accident she was in 10 years ago.
"It was getting exhausting replying to comments that were so rude and hurtful, so I thought of a way to turn a bad situation into a good one," Bone told TODAY.com.
The 25 year old was determined to become the great beauty vlogger she is today, even though she has difficulty moving her hands.
“I persevered, and I am happy with how my useless hands help me enhance my face each day,” Bone said in the video. ”It’s insane how much we grow with the challenges we face.”
Bone started the hashtag #MyBeautifulMoment, in hopes of her subscribers sharing how they've overcome their own struggle and she's received hundreds of messages telling her how much she's inspired them.
"Hearing from fans made it all worth it," Bone told TODAY.com. "They may think I inspired them, but they really inspired me by telling me that it's OK to be brave."
She said being the girl in the wheelchair wasn't her plan, so she doesn't want to be known only for her disability and she's grateful to have found something she's passionate about.
"Making this video has made me want to ignore any rude comments, so now I'm only going to focus on the positive ones," Bone said. "But those negative comments were the reason I ended up inspiring thousands of people, so take that haters!"