MSN’s Business on Main recently wrote a good article (see the link below) that can essentially be summed up in a quote that’s over 200 years old:
“Men often oppose a thing merely because they have had no agency in planning it, or because it may have been planned by those whom they dislike.” @AlexanderHamilton
It’s not surprising that people have been engaging in this kind of behavior since long before the internet existed, but now they have a more public forum for it. Nor is it surprising that some people feel the need to project the disappointment and unhappiness in their own life onto those who have accomplished something.
Don’t let those who feel the need to be heard, and choose to do it in a disruptive and inappropriate way, take your focus off of what you’re striving to achieve. If those people were more focused on improving their own shortcomings, and less focused on being angry at the world around them, they might have the potential to accomplish something, as you have.