Thanks to his time in the MCU, Tom Holland has become one of the biggest young stars in the entire film industry. His latest look Spider-Man: There’s No Way Home He just took it to a new high, as that movie is the highest-grossing non-Avengers movie in MCU history behind Holland’s best performance.
During his time in the MCU Holland’s presence on social media became normalHe has amassed around 75 million followers on Twitter and Instagram accounts. He has used that presence beyond promoting his films, as well as being a large part of the Brother’s Trust, a charity set up by the Holland family that funds and supports other charities.
But now, after a significant decrease in posts from Holland There is no way homeAfter the release, the actor shared a message on social media updating fans about his future.
The Spider-Man star is leaving social media
MCU star Tom Holland took it Instagram Delete the Instagram and Twitter apps from the devices to share that they are leaving social media.
Holland returned in time to share this decision in a three-minute video, letting fans know he’s staying offline to take care of his own mental health. He also took time out during the video to promote the Stem4 Teenage Mental Health Charity and his own charity, The Brothers Trust, which promotes mental health for all.
The Spider-Man star added the following statement:
“Hello… I’ve been taking a break from social media for my mental health, but I had to come here to talk about Stem4. Stem4 is one of the many charities The Brothers Trust are extremely proud to support – and I’d like to take a moment to shine a light on their amazing work. Please If you are interested in taking a look at my video and sharing it with anyone – it would be greatly appreciated. Buy a t-shirt and help us continue to help these amazing charities thrive. I love you all and let’s talk about mental health.
Holland opens the video with the following message, showing how. “Overstimulating” And “terrible” Both Twitter and Instagram could be for him, leaving them both in the future.
“Hi guys. So I’ve been trying to make this video for about an hour, and for someone who’s been doing that for 13 or 14 years, no matter how long I’ve been acting… I can’t seem to tell what to do without ‘um-ing’ and ‘ah-ing’ every five minutes. Say, so I’ll try again. I’ve taken a break from social media for my mental health, because Instagram and Twitter are so stimulating, unfortunately, I get caught up reading things about me online, and ultimately, it’s too bad for my mental state, so I’ve decided to take a step back and delete the app.
Holland’s full video can be seen below:
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