Actor Tom Holland (London, 26 years old) has taken a step forward to put the brakes on and take care of his mental health.
The one who was the protagonist of
Spider-Man: No Way Home
(2021) has decided to leave his profiles on social networks for a while.
“I find Twitter and Instagram overstimulating and overwhelming.
I spiral when I read things about myself
”, the actor has recognized in a video that he has posted on his Instagram profile, which already exceeds 10 million views.
"Asking for help should not be something that makes us ashamed," continues the British interpreter in his video.
Holland, who in high school, between the ages of 14 and 17, was bullied by his peers, is very involved with organizations that are dedicated to caring for the mental health of the youngest and wanted to take advantage of the latest publication of his profile, in which it has 67.7 million followers, to talk about various associations with which it works.
“@stem4org is one of the many charities that @thebrotherstrust is proud to support, and I would like to take a moment to shine a light on their fantastic work,” he wrote in his post, ending with a fond farewell phrase: “The I love everyone, and let's talk about mental health ❤️”.
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But Holland, who had not made a public appearance through his social networks for more than a month, is not the only or the first celebrity who has decided to withdraw for a while from his Instagram or Twitter profiles.
Singer Justin Bieber, who is one of many who has commented on the British actor's post with: "We love you", also closed his Instagram account in 2016 after criticism from his fans for uploading photos with what could be his new girlfriend at the time, 17-year-old Sofia Richie.
In September 2018, the singer Selena Gomez, 26 years old at the time, decided to say goodbye to the virtual world due to the damage caused by the negative messages she received.
“I am grateful for the voice that social media gives each of us, I am equally grateful to be able to step back and live my present life.
Just remember, negative comments can hurt anyone's feelings, "wrote the also actress by way of farewell with a smiling image of her.
A month later, in October, the interpreter of
enter a psychiatric center after suffering an emotional crisis.
In December, the former Disney girl finished treatment and could be seen enjoying a snowy getaway with friends.
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The one who also said enough to Twitter and TikTok in 2018 was Millie Bobby Brown, after her image was used, without authorization, in memes with unfounded homophobic messages.
In them, the
actress , then 14 years old, was accused of being against gay rights.
Despite her decision, Brown does, on the contrary, keep her Instagram profile, where she has 57.6 million followers.
Another who would slam the door on Twitter in 2018 would be Javier Ambrossi, half of the creative duo that he forms with his partner and partner, Javier Calvo.
The co-creator of
also closed his account on this social network.
“To begin with, a private company taking millions in the name of a so-called freedom of expression doesn't seem right to me.
They get rich from
, from suffering, from lies”, explained the director.