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Celebs freeze Facebook and Instagram accounts for a day in support of #StopHateForProfit campaign

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Tags: ashton kutcher, celebrity social media, demi lovato, facebook, jennifer lawrence, kardashian / jenner, katy perry, kerry washington, leonardo dicaprio, mark ruffalo

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September 16 2020, 04:09:29 UTC 4 months ago Edited:  September 16 2020, 04:10:02 UTC

Wow one day and then you go back the next day and make a good $20 grand off of one picture.
I deleted my facebook for good last year and did the same w/ Twitter a few months ago (haven't lurked in over 2 months as well) and tbh, best decision I've ever made. Should have done it a lot sooner, but I'm glad I did it.
Ughhh i hated this shit when people said “make your profile photo a Pokémon to bring awareness to child abuse” and “post your bra color to bring awareness to breast cancer”. These celebrities have actual power tf why are they dicking around like this
How are they not embarrassed?


September 16 2020, 04:23:42 UTC 4 months ago Edited:  September 16 2020, 04:24:08 UTC

Watch them post pictures vacationing in Cancun on their "media freeze" day the day after lol
Oh man, the self-actualising posts after this one day freeze are going to be hilarious.
I’m sure their aunt’s best friend and their 11th grade English teacher (the ~cool~ one) will be devastated not to see them post a quiz that tells the world what is their first pet’s name and their mother’s maiden name!

The sacrifice!
that is so sick this will change everything
whatever happened 2 michael buble's domestic violence scandal
For the folks that deactivated thier Facebook/instagram, did you tell people why? I am likely going to do it but debating if I should say why or if it'll just come off as silly and meaningless.
I deactivate my facebook regularly and never tell people. I don't post much though and I still have messenger. It's 2020, they'll know how to contact me if it matters.
I'm working on deleting what's app though and it feels like I should tell every single person that I'm in contact with on that app. As for instagram, I've only just started. I don't post much though and use it more as my personal collection of (10) pictures that I like and news posts because news notifications on my phone don't come regularly enough.
When I deactivated/deleted Twitter and FB I told some friends why (the general shittiness of their practices, and it was just making me miserable tbh). Some of them understood, others were just like "well it's too late at this point/they already have all of my data" etc.

In the end it's been great tho, I'm way less stressed about being caught up in likes/comments. And anybody that absolutely needs to contact me can do so by other means.
I just deactivated without telling anyone. If there's anyone you want to stay in contact with that you don't have outside contacts just DM them.
no but i never really interacted with my friends there.
No, cause no one I know gives a shit. I didn’t deactivate my Facebook account since I need admin rights for work purposes, but I stopped posting like 5 years ago. Literally no one cares.


September 16 2020, 11:12:10 UTC 4 months ago Edited:  September 16 2020, 11:13:12 UTC

I did not except for my mom (I didn’t deactivate FB but I basically made it a ghost town, I removed everyone I had as friends, changed my name, etc), I don’t think I have let people know in general, as I wasn’t close to most people on there.

My friend took it personally though, she thought we were feuding. I honestly thought it was silly since we still were texting often, so I wasn’t ignoring her. Plus she knew I was never on FB, I posted once or twice a year toward the end.
I told my mom because she was so heartbroken lol but the two cousins that pushed me to delete (unbeknownst to them, they’re just annoying repub shitheads who post nonstop nonsense and it broke my heart to see) don’t know why. One of them always texts me like come back to facebooook. Meanwhile none of my friends use it at all. It was mostly to keep in touch with family.
I deactivated for a few months and let some friends know in case I still popped up to get tagged or invited to stuff. That way they'd know I'm not seeing it and not just ignoring them.

I have some friends who keep their profiles and just make a point to literally never use them which to me is kinda confusing for friends. Because people still invite them to fb events thinking the person is gonna see it then don't realize they haven't gotten the invite until it's too late.
When I didn't have ANY social media it was actually really annoying. People always interrogated me about why I deleted it and when I said, "I don't know, I just feel better without it" or whatever they'd KEEP PUSHING
I deactivated mine a year ago. I didn't make any kind of statement about it or anything, but I'll gladly tell people why if they ask, and I usually chime in when people are contemplating deleting/deactivating theirs and tell them I don't miss it.
No, because it's not that deep. I just got bored with FB one day and decided it was time. I still communicate with the more important ppl in my life through other apps or methods of communication.
The only thing I like in this post is how SBC has Sasha Cohen as his profile picture
How would we ever survive without celebrities force serenading us and not promoting Barbara Sturm nor diarrhea teas to us for 24 hours?
Kim really is setting herself up for some sort of political run, isn’t she.
too bad this wasn't on saturday for chevans


September 16 2020, 06:51:29 UTC 4 months ago Edited:  September 16 2020, 07:04:51 UTC

The fact that they're getting away with this. This fucking cuntry...😲🍸🍹

Oh shit ok a page topper
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