Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Becoming The Target Of Homophobic Meme

Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Becoming The Target Of Homophobic Meme

"For those of you unfamiliar: the joke here seems to be that it's so wildly out of character and unbelievable for Millie Bobby Brown to act violently or intolerantly, that presenting her as such makes people laugh".

Actress Millie Bobby Brown attends The 2018 PaleyFest screening of Netflix's "Stranger Things" at the Dolby Theater on March 25, 2018, in Hollywood.

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has left Twitter after being used as a homophobic meme.

The photoshopped images of the 14-year-old star saying homophobic and offensive things were said to be ironically depicting Brown, who has publicly supported LGBTQ rights for some time. Also, in the same year, she wore an LGBT pin to the MTV Awards.

Memes were created showing pictures of her that made her appear to be homophobic, Deadline reported.

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It comes after Millie deleted a photo of herself kissing boyfriend Jacob Sartorius because of the amount of attention the image received.

The memes started when the hashtag #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown started on social media in November 2017.

Addressing and dealing with toxic fans online is nothing new, but the conversation against online bullying and toxic fandom has been gaining traction since Tran's forced departure from Instagram.

Some of the memes have been attributed to members of the gay community who found them amusing.

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