“Twitter Is Dangerous To Be On”- Gomez Speaks More About..

Selena Gomez is unhappy with both Facebook and Twitter

Selena Gomez has spoken about her thoughts on Musk’s Twitter. The singer calls the rise in hate speech on the platform “dangerous.”

The 30-year-old singer recently spoke with Vanity Fair, where she was featured on the cover of the magazine’s 2023 Hollywood issue. Selena was asked during the conversation how she felt about Musk’s acquisition of the microblogging site and the subsequent rise in hate speech on the platform.

Selena Gomez said that she finds the phenomenon to be “dangerous” in response to the question.

“I don’t think I need to say anything because he’s getting [the feedback] that I feel. I don’t care about him, but about the [direction] of Twitter…It’s not my favorite app, for sure. I don’t know if it was [about feeling] cool that you own something. I just find it irresponsible and unsafe.”

On October 27, 2022, Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion and became its owner and CEO. After that, the company’s critical key executives were fired by him. The chaotic transition resulted in the layoff of thousands of workers as well.

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Selena had previously criticized Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, now known as Meta, for the dissemination of false information and hate speech on the social media platform as well before she expressed her opinion regarding Twitter.

Selena also provided an explanation for why she gave her assistants control of her Instagram and other social media accounts. She said that a lot of information that she didn’t want to know was starting to “inundate” her.

She went on to say,

“I went through a hard time in a breakup and I didn’t want to see any of the [feedback]—not necessarily about the relationship, but the opinions of me versus [someone] else. There’d be thousands of really nice comments, but my mind goes straight to the mean one.”

Selena also said that she didn’t care if people called her “ugly” or “stupid,” but they usually got very “detailed.” Their paragraphs are so specific and mean. I would weep constantly. I couldn’t do it anymore because I had anxiety all the time. She stated, “It was a waste of my time.”

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