While Salman Khan is appealing to the people to stand with the fans and family of Sushant Singh Rajput, on the other hand, the people associated with them have now engaged in secret camps. While Sonakshi Sinha, Ayush Sharma, Saqib Saleem, and Zaheer Iqbal have deleted the Twitter account, Mudassar Aziz has also said goodbye to Instagram. Everyone has described them as a hated place.
Cleaning of Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha was the first celeb to leave Twitter after Sushant’s demise. After this, many social media users trolled him and celebrated his leaving Twitter. However, Sonakshi has shared a video on Instagram to answer these trolls. In it, Sonakshi comes on screen, looks around, and walks away with a pinch.
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How i got myself off twitter and away from the negativity 😂 Some people are celebrating like they won something… im happy for you, tumhe laga raha hai na… lagne do, kisi ko koi farak nahi padh raha. But lets face it, ive cut the direct source of insult and abuse in my life. Ive taken away YOUR power to be able to say whatever it is that you want to me, my family and my friends. Ive taken away that access you had to me, that i had given you so trustingly. So theres only one winner here. Me. Your negativity has never served me or my life, which is why it literally took a snap of a finger to get rid of a following of 16 million people which ive garnered over the last ten years. Just like that. And im better off for it. I wish all those haters and trolls lots of love and healing, or you can continue with the hate but please know it’ll NEVER reach me. Accha ab yeh chakkar mein i know the people who love me are caught up too… please know that your love and support is what has kept me going all this while, and it always will! And I request you all to keep spreading that love and light wherever you go and to as many people as you can. Because Love is the answer. Always ❤️
Sonakshi Sinha Wrote These in Caption
Sonakshi wrote the caption – How I deleted my twitter account and got away from the negativity. Some people are celebrating like they have won a game. I am happy for you. You feel it, let it be. Nobody seems to mind. But let’s face it.
I have cut direct sources in my life with abusive and abusive language. I have removed your strength, by which you were able to say anything about me, my family, and my friends. Has taken away the access, which I gave you with high confidence. So there is only one winner, and that is me. ”
I did not let your negativity affect me and my life. That is why I have had 16 million followers in the last ten years. Just like that, and I’m better for it. I hope all the haters and trolls get well soon—lots of love to all. You can continue your hatred, but please understand that now you will never reach me.
What Did The Other Celebs Say While Leaving Twitter
Actor Saqib Saleem left Twitter after Sonakshi Sinha. He wrote- I have a breakup with Twitter. “In his lengthy post, he writes- Twitter, when we first met, you were adorable. Great to express emotions, get knowledge, and understand many things. Were the stage.
But now it seems that all lost in hatred. Everyone is willing to slime at each other, in a place where abusing people is ordinary. I do not need this kind of energy.
After Saqib, Zaheer Iqbal left the microblogging site, writing ‘Goodbye Twitter.’ Ayush Sharma, the brother-in-law of Salman Khan, also wrote a post and said goodbye to Twitter.
He wrote- 280 characters are less to define a human being. But these 280 characters are enough to spread fake news, hate, and negativity. Don’t be a part of this disgusting mindset God Hafiz.
According to the news, Sneha Ullal, who made her Bollywood debut with Salman’s opposite ‘Lucky: No Time for Love,’ has also hinted to quit Twitter.
Film producer Mudassar Aziz left Twitter long ago. He was only on Instagram. But now they have also called this platform good buy. They write – no stress. No complaints. It was very nice to stay here. I sincerely thank you all for the love you gave me.
The Sequence Started After A Tweet By Kriti Sanon
Celebs’ Twitter tussle began after Kriti Sanon called social media a fake and poisonous place after Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. He wrote- If you do not post RIP or anything else, you will not be considered unhappy. Social media seems to have become the new real world, and the real world is fake.
Shashank Left Twitter, Karan Unfollowed Everyone
A week ago, Shashank Khaitan, the director associated with Karan Johar, had deactivated his Twitter account. In contrast, Karan himself had unfollowed all but eight people (including four from his office) following allegations of promoting nepotism.
What Is The Expert Saying
According to reports from Hindustan Times, Clinical Psychologist Pulkit Sharma says – If you are on a platform, whether it is about India or China, you post. If someone dies or marries, you have to post as a celeb.
This is such that you cannot communicate with those who are following your page. But they are judging you through your post. If you do not reply to anyone, then you are considered to be busy on your own. This pressure is always there.
Sharma says that it is reasonable to feel sad in any sad situation. They say- You don’t need to post about everything. At the same time, when many people in your community see you doing this, then you feel that there should be a post on my behalf.
Opinions Of Celebrities Regarding Social Media
According to the HT report, Ad Guru Prahlad Kakkar believes that there is too much negativity and trolling on social media. So they always stay away from it. He said in a conversation- it has unnecessarily empowered many useless people with their opinions. Apart from this, they do all this anonymously.
Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar considers it a double-edged sword for public figures, where adverse comments always come their way, whether to post or not to comment. They say- Social media is poisonous—no two opinions about it. Sometimes you are merciless. Even the wrong spelling is trolled.
This evidence has made. People take screenshots. Your post, then think you did it, right? And check again because you are afraid not to be trolled. People get hurt on everything. Then even if you have colorful clothes, photos of food, which commented, ‘There are millions of people here, who do not have food.’
Quoting Nimrat Kaur, she wrote that she never took any such pressure. She says- Sometimes I think it’s better to keep quiet and know that you don’t have to go with everyone. I don’t care what people think, comment, or whatever they do or don’t do. I do not post anyone’s feedback or hashtag to join the club.
Even when it comes to a tragedy, no one needs to say anything on social media to prove themselves. If I am personally caught in a profound drama, then I will not go to any platform and write anything. I stand with every person who stands with it.
Actor Amit Sadh believes that there is an equal amount of hate and goodness both in life and on social media. They say- Unfortunately, as humans, we are associated with provocative and uncomfortable things. It is human psychology that we want to close the doors and call it toxic.
It is not just about social media. You can decide which social media you want to be in, and if you have some toxic or unhappy situation, then you can choose if you wish to stay in it or not.