Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter Soon after Becoming the Issue of Hateful On line Trolling



Stranger Items actress Millie Bobby Brown removed her Twitter account on Wednesday, June 14, following going through a collection of hurtful memes targeted towards her. It all goes back to November 2017, when Twitter user @KelsFiona claimed that the 14-yr-previous star “aggressively pulled off” her hijab when she requested using a picture with her at the airport. According to Mashable, @KelsFiona was suspended on the social media platform and her tweet was later deleted.

Despite how implausible the airport incident seems, other Twitter buyers have designed and constantly made use of the hateful hashtag #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown, putting up memes and naturally created-up tales about Millie being homophobic. As an anti-bullying advocate, the actress has publicly confirmed guidance to GLAAD’s Collectively movement. Before this 12 months, Millie also paid tribute to those who dropped their lives in the Parkland taking pictures by wearing a jacket printed with “March For Our Lives” and the names of the victims while attending the 2018 Nickelodeon Kids’ Option Awards.

It remains unclear why these memes and fake tales are produced. As of suitable now, Millie’s second Twitter account , which is made to “share adore and positivity” and “stop bullying,” is still stay. She has however to make any general public statements pertaining to this subject.

In other news, Millie has just lately created a cameo in Maroon 5‘s music video for “Women Like You.” Check out the uplifting visual if you have not already.





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