Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Millie Bobby Brown leaves Twitter after becoming homophobic meme

Millie Bobby Brown leaves Twitter after becoming homophobic meme

When it comes to the internet, no celebrity is safe from being meme'd, not even 14-year-old Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.

Another fan wrote that "yall evil as f**k for ruining millie bobby brown like this shes a literal angel and her career could end cause of some dumbasses who think using violent homophobic memes with a minor is amusing".

Many have pointed out that Brown, who was one of the first recipients of MTV's gender-neutral awards previous year, has always been a vocal supporter of LGBT rights.

The meme is thought to have originated as an inside joke from within the LGBTQ community.

Brown has not commented about deleting her Twitter account or about the trolling.

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Brown's secondary, anti-bullying Twitter account, @Milliestopshate, is still live, though.

Millie has also disabled the comments on her Instagram account, which she posts to frequently.

Millie Bobby Brown has left Twitter.

One queer Twitter users believe that they became popular because they allowed straight people to use the word "faggot" public.

In 2017, Brown received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her work as the telekinetic teenager on Stranger Things.

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