Looking for solace, ASAP! For some celebrities, best way to find peace Take a break from cyberspace, where total chaos reigns.
The “Bad Liar” songwriter, who was once the most followed person on Instagram, is a big fan of going off the internet When trolls let them down.
“I personally, haven’t had any social media on my phone in two years,” he said during an Instagram Live in October 2020. Don’t look at it and it’s not on my phone.”
Although the former Disney star had a lot of fans, he also had his fair share of haters, who Made it difficult for him to enjoy the apps.
“I felt like I woke up every day and I was like, ‘Why am I doing this? she explained. “These words hurt and they don’t add anything to my life and the truth is they are lies. So, that’s how I handled it by saying, ‘You know what? I’m going to get out of this because I don’t think it’s helping me at all.'”
Even the Kardashians A true Instagram queen, Took a brief break from the app. After being robbed at gunpoint in Paris in October 2016, she did not return to her accounts for three months.
Since then, the Skims founder has changed how she posts and no longer adds Instagram Stories in real time.
“I learned from a bad experience when I was robbed that people really knew my every move,” he explained during a New York Times conference in November 2019. “They knew what I had, they knew where I was, what I was doing and for me, really changed the things I posted.”
now keeping up with the Kardashians The star waits for a beat before sharing her life with her fans. “I still want people to feel like they’re on that journey with me,” she said. “But I can do some video, then post it 30 minutes later when I’ve left the location, more for privacy’s sake.”
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