Jennifer Aniston ‘Hates’ Social Media and Says She’s ‘Not Good at It’: ‘It’s Torture for Me’

Jennifer Aniston isn’t a fan of social media.

“I hate social media. I’m bad at it,” she told Allure in another main story.

At the point when she joined Instagram back in October 2019, she admitted she was the “most reluctant person to ever” do so yet explained she finally joined when she “got drained” of individuals telling her to. She even set a standard at the time by gaining 1 million devotees in less than five hours. (Presently, she holds 40.7 million supporters.)

She told Allure, “It’s torment for me. The reason I went on Instagram was to launch this [haircare] line [LolaVie]. Then the pandemic hit and we didn’t launch.

So I was simply stayed with being on Instagram. It doesn’t fall into place.”

“I’m really happy that we got to encounter growing up, being a teenager, being in our 20s without this social media aspect,” said Aniston.

“See, the internet, great intentions, isn’t that so? Connect individuals socially, social networking. It returns to how little kids feel about themselves, compare and despair.”

Back in 2015, Aniston educated Individuals concerning how social media caused her to turn into “worried.”

She also said she was stressed over the impact social media is having on the more youthful generation.

“Kids aren’t speaking to each other anymore,” she said at the time. “I was with companions of our own from Vermont and their two children don’t have an iPhone or an iPad.

They were 9 and 12 and were the most interesting youthful adults. Seeing other children on their [phones] all the time, it makes me sad.”

In December 2019, Aniston revealed her reaction to causing Instagram to temporarily crash after posting a selfie with her Companions costars.

“I have no idea how that happened. There is not any more stunned face I could utilize. I’ll also say I was exceptionally flattered,” she told Individuals at the time.

Aniston added that she was enjoying her “new creative outlet that I have” with social media despite her initial hesitation.

About the decision to join, she said, “because same difference either way. In the event that you can’t beat them, join them.”

“A great deal of my companions were beginning to make it happen and I would have rather not been that person that was left in the sandbox with her arms crossed going like, ‘No!

I’m not going to play.’ So it’s tomfoolery,” said Aniston, “in any case, kid, there’s also a great deal of emotionally moving messages.”

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