Twitter has lost another celebrity soul.
Adding Hailey Baldwin to the list as a model and wife of Justin Bieber just revealed why she chose to remove her presence from the popular social media app.
“The thought of even opening the app gives me such anxiety that I feel like I’m going to throw up,” Baldwin, 24, told Dr. Jessica Clemons in a new video on her YouTube channel.
The “Drop the Mic” co-host claimed that whenever she opened the Twitter app, she often faced a “very toxic environment”, especially when it came to internet trolls.
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“I think when you go through a situation where you just have so many people pestering you with the same thing over and over and over again, it starts to mess your mind and then you start questioning everything and you’re like,” Is there something I can’t see they see? ” “Said Baldwin.
To combat the potentially disastrous effects of the constant use of social media, Baldwin said she is now limiting the use of apps.
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“When I look at my comments now, when I put a photo or a video or whatever, I know that these are only going to be people who I know will be positive and will only be encouraging and uplifting,” he said. she explained. limit their Instagram account settings to those who can see their posts.
Baldwin said she also only checks Instagram on weekends.
In March, Chrissy Tiegen also announced to the world that she would be quitting Twitter, leaving behind the 13.7 million followers she had on the social media platform.
he then explained his exit via Instagram where it has nearly 35 million subscribers.
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“That is true! [Twitter] doesn’t serve me as positively as negatively anymore, so I bid you farewell, “Teigen prefaced her post on Instagram.” But I mean it’s absolutely NOT Twitter’s fault – I believe they are doing everything they can to relentlessly fight bullying, honestly it’s not bullying !! You don’t know how well they contacted and worked with my team and me personally. “
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“It’s not the platform,” Teigen repeated.
“It’s not the ‘harassment.’ And it’s not the trolls,” Teigen added. “The trolls I can deal with, even if it weighs on you. It’s just me. I have to accept that some people won’t like me.”
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“I hate letting people down or disturbing people and I feel like I do it over and over again,” she continued. “Someone cannot read that they have disappointed you in some way or another every day, all day long without physically absorbing this energy. I can feel it in my bones.”
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