“When I read about myself, it spirals”
Thanks to his time in the MCU, Tom Holland has become one of the biggest young stars in the entire film industry.his latest appearance Spider-Man: No Way Home That film took him to new heights as it became the highest-grossing non-Avengers film in MCU history behind a stunning Holland performance.
Throughout his time in the MCU, Holland’s social media presence has become fairly regular, with his Twitter and Instagram accounts amassing nearly 75 million combined followers. He has used his presence for much more than just promoting the film, a charity founded by a Dutch family to help provide funding and support to other charities in need. It also acts as a major part of a brother’s trust.
But now, after a marked drop in postings from the Netherlands, no way homeWith the release of , the actor shared a message on social media updating his fans about his future.
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MCU star Tom Holland shared on Instagram that he is leaving social media as he has removed the Instagram and Twitter applications from his device.
Holland briefly returned and shared this decision in a three-minute video letting fans know he was taking it offline to care for his own mental health. He also took the time in the video to promote the Stem4 Teenage Mental Health Charity and his own charity, The Brothers Trust, to show support for mental health for all.
The Spider-Man star included the following caption:
“Hello and goodbye…I have been away from social media for my mental health, but felt I had to come here to talk about Stem4. It’s one of the many charities that I’m very proud of – and I’d like to take a moment to shine a light on their amazing work. Please take the time to watch my video. You can continue to help these wonderful charities thrive through the link in my bio to the Brothers Trust Shop where you can purchase .
Holland opened the video with the following message. “Too stimulating” When “Overwhelming” Both Twitter and Instagram could be for him, so he’s set to leave both for the foreseeable future.
“Hi everyone. I’ve been trying to make this video for about an hour now, but for someone I’ve spent 13, 14 years on, no matter how long I’ve been acting… I can’t seem to say what I need to do.I stay away from social media for my mental health because I think Instagram and Twitter are too stimulating.Reading about myself online fills my head and it’s really bad for my mental state, so I decided to take a step back and delete the app.”
You can watch the full Dutch video below:
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