US News These stars said goodbye (temporarily) to social media
Twitter suspends the account of Marjorie Taylor Greene, elected to the American ultra-right close to QAnon
© Copyright 2021, L'Obs Twitter temporarily suspended on Sunday January 17 the account of an American deputy of the ultra-right Republican, follower conspiracy theories, for violating the rules of integrity of speech on the social network, said the office of the elected.
Pamela Anderson (53) has "freed herself" from her social media channels. She quit Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to save time and get back to doing the things that are her true destiny. It should have been her last post forever. Other celebrities have said that before her - only a few have pulled it off. Those who are really no longer active are mostly female stars and for a sad reason: hate on the net.
Kendall Jenner (25) took a break from Instagram in November 2016. She even deleted her account and explained on the show by Ellen DeGeneres (63) that she needed the break because she was "a bit too dependent" on the platform. "It was the first thing I looked at in the morning and the last before I went to bed in the evening." Her withdrawal did not last long: she held out for a week.
"The greatest honor of my life": Melania Trump bids her official farewell
© Backgrid USA / Bestimage "The greatest honor of my life": Melania Trump bids her official farewell A few hours before leaving the House for good -White, Melania Trump wanted to send a farewell message to Americans on social networks. The First Lady spoke of the latest violence that erupted on Capitol Hill, but had no word for the Biden clan. A page turns. In a few hours, Melania Trump and her husband will be leaving the White House.
In late 2019, Ed Sheeran (29, "Shape of You") announced on Instagram that he needed time to travel, write and read. "I promise I'll come back with new music when the time is right and I've lived a bit to actually have something to write about." It should turn out a little differently: The next post announced the arrival of his first daughter. Since then there have only been four posts - all about new music. Whether the fans will ever see pictures from the tour bus again is more than questionable.
After Justin Bieber (26, "Baby") "introduced" his new girlfriend Sofia Richie (22) to his fans in August 2016, popular hatred turned towards her. The comments became so prevalent that Bieber gave his fans the choice: If they continued to harass them, he would set his account to "private" - then only friends he accepted could see his pictures and texts. He actually did - for six full months!
DSDS juror Dieter Bohlen: Carina drops the covers! Fan: "Mega Goldstück"
Pop-Ttitan Dieter Bohlen (66) and his partner Carina Walz (37) let us take part in their vacation days on the Maldives almost every day. But the different video clips that the couple from paradise shares do not stir up envy, but rather create pure enthusiasm among the fans. The " Germany is looking for the superstar " judge and his 30-year-old girlfriend know how to provide entertainment and smiling faces on Instagram.
Not all stars are serious: The extremely spirited rapper Cardi B (28, "WAP") has already deactivated or deleted her account twice - once because of the criticism of her Grammy win and once because of an argument with her Azealia Banks (29, "Chasing Time"). Last time she lasted exactly two days and has been posting diligently since then.
Speaking of temperament: Kanye West (43, "Runaway") without Twitter is just as difficult to imagine as Donald Trump (74). But miracles happen! In September 2018, the rapper decided in a clear moment to leave the short message service and Instagram. Before that, he had been offline for almost a year, from May 2017 to February 2018. This time the resolution did not last that long: A week later he posted a video - with then US President Donald Trump.
Kelly Marie Tran
It was actually a message to celebrate: Kelly Marie Tran (32, "The Last Jedi") was the first American woman with Asian roots to take on a leading role in "Star Wars". After her appearance as Rose, however, she had to struggle with tons of hate comments on her Instagram account in mid-2018. Even her colleague Mark Hamill (69) stood up for his colleague, but it didn't help, the online hatred got so bad that she deleted all of her pictures - her account is still empty to this day. In the "New York Times" she wrote in a moving text on the subject: "It was not her words, but that I began to believe them. Your words seemed to confirm what made me grow up as a woman and a colored person had already taught: that I belong to a minority who was only valid as a minor character in their lives and stories. "
Millie Bobby Brown
The "Stranger Things" actress Millie Bobby Brown (16) caught the hatred on Twitter: She deleted her account in 2018 after an insulting meme went viral with which people accused the actress of homophobia or LGBT hostility. Allegedly the whole thing was meant only ironically, but this supposedly false bottom probably only very few saw. Not even Brown himself. Your account has now been restored, but apart from a tweet from January 2019, nothing has happened there.
"Star Wars" actress Daisy Ridley (28) also had to deal with hatred in 2016 after speaking out against gun violence in an Instagram post. At times she had withdrawn, since 2017 she has been gone completely. In an interview with Radio Times, she said that social media is "extremely unhealthy for mental health."
Joe Biden: Wife Jill: "Joe, wash the bowl" .
With the swearing in of President Joe Biden (78) a new chapter officially began in the USA. But the office of US President also changes Joe's private life completely. For the (initially) next four years he and his family will call the White House their home . Not an unfamiliar environment for the 46th President of the United States, who was Vice President from 2009 to 2017 under Barack Obama (59) and thus went in and out of the White House.