Now Millie Bobby Brown leaves Twitter after people make homophobic memes in her name
Millie Bobby Brown decided to quit Twitter when people started making memes with her images, portraying her as homophobic.tv Updated: Jun 14, 2018 15:22 IST
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has reportedly quit social media after various memes surfaced online depicting her as a homophobe. A number of memes featured the 14-year-old actor’s selfies and photos with homophobic statements and slurs.
When accessed, the official Twitter account of the actor currently shows the message “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist”.
Brown has often used her platform to spread awareness about gun control, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).
I just want to clear something out in case ya’ll didn’t know— Gabveil | Fangirling Emo ⭐️ (@trashedhumanoid) June 10, 2018
MILLIE BOBBY BROWN IS NOT HOMOPHOBIC! ALL OF THOSE PHOTOS WERE MEMES MADE BY SOMEBODY. AND BESIDES, WHY WOULD MILLIE SAY SUCH A THING TO END HER CAREER?
IT’S OBVIOUS PEOPLE STOP SPREADING LIES.
!IT’S A MEME!
Millie Bobby Brown deactivating during #PrideMonth just makes the meme worse 💀⚰️— Let's Go! Kamala (@MadamClinton) June 13, 2018
y’all made millie bobby brown deactivate with all these homophobe tweets i hope y’all feel bad— zak (@godisfenty) June 13, 2018
She has not yet issued a statement regarding her exit from the microblogging site but multiple outlets claim the memes as the reason for her departure.
Brown’s withdrawal comes over a week after Star Wars: The Last Jedi actor Kelly Marie Tran deleted all of her Instagram posts due to months of online harassment.
Before Tran, her co-star Daisy Ridley was also chased off Instagram by trolls for her pro-gun control stance and appearance in 2016.
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