Celebrities who have given up social media
Margot Robbie announces she's taking a break from social media
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Whether it be for a single day or several years, multiple big name stars have opted to remove themselves from the world of social media and the social scrutiny that comes along with it.
Margot Robbie was never notably active on social media, but even she felt the need to announce her departure. On June 13, the actress informed her millions of Instagram followers that she's taking a break from the platform. "Jumping off social media for the time being," she wrote alongside a photo of herself celebrating 'Promising Young Woman,' the Oscar-winning film produced by her company LuckyChap Entertainment. "Check out @luckychapentertainment if you're interested in what we're up to, otherwise ciao for now!"
Commenters poked fun at the announcement since Robbie usually goes weeks without posting content anyway. She does have a busy schedule, what with starring in and producing the upcoming films 'Barbie' and 'Marian,' plus the reprisal of her role as Harley Quinn in the upcoming 'Suicide Squad' coming out in August. But regardless, her announcement is an example of good mental health hygiene and a reminder that we should all take a break from social media.
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