Often on Twitter, there are reports of Bollywood celebs being trolled and using abusive language against them. Celebs have also upset by this behavior of users. Fed up with people’s behavior in the last week, Sonakshi Sinha and four celebs have deleted their account. Hate is attributed by most celebs to Twitter. They say that hate is being spread on this platform now. In such a situation, this week, Kinkin stars said goodbye to Twitter and what was their last tweet.
1. Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha also said while reactivating her account. Sonakshi shared Amy Poehler’s GIF in an award show, writing, “The first step to protect yourself is to stay away from negativity.” Nowhere is this more than Twitter these days! Come on, I am closing my account. Goodbye Friends.’
2. Shashank Khaitan
Film director Shashank Khaitan has also decided to deactivate his Twitter account recently. The director says that this stage has become a ground for spreading hatred and negativity. A lot happened to Twitter. Has become just a ground for hate and negativity. It is very sad that there is such a powerful platform and it is not being used to create a better world. Always praying for peace and love, deactivating my account. ‘
3. Saqib Salim
The actor, Who has appeared in films like Hawa Hawaii, Dil Junglee and Race 3, has also called Twitter good bye. Saqib wrote on Twitter- ‘I am going away from you Twitter. He wrote in his letter- ‘Hello Twitter, when we first met, you were lovely. It was a great platform to express emotions, gather knowledge and understand many different point of view. But, now everyone is lost in hatred. ‘ Further, he written a lot in his note.
4. Ayush Sharma
Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Ayush Sharma has shared a screen shot of the last tweet on his Instagram account. In it, he wrote, ‘280 words are too short to define any human being. But 280 words is enough to spread fake news, hate and negativity. Did not sign up for this mentality. khuda Hafiz.
5. Zaheer iqbal
Zaheer Iqbal also shared a screenshot of his last tweet and wrote, ‘Good by Twitter’.
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