Sarah Hyland Says That We Broke Her Enough To Make Her Leave Social Media

December 4, 2018 | celebrity | Sam Robeson | 0 Comments



We did it. Whorey iron-deficient sixteen-year-old boy Sarah Hyland is on about some bullshit about bullying or whatever, and officially declared that she will be leaving social media for a while. But here’s the kicker. She then stated – immediately following her promise (which she made via being online) to stay offline – that she will be back tomorrow for an announcement and “video releasing.” Video? Is it porn? I sure as hell hope not. This is a sixteen-year-old boy we’re talking about.

Hyland’s super serious promise to give social media a rest comes on the heels of her fourteen-year-old cousin getting killed by a drunk driver on Monday. Hyland set up a GoFundMe campaign for her uncle, who is still in critical condition from the accident. To be honest I don’t know exactly what bullying-fodder people found in this story, considering Hyland’s face and body and career are plenty enough for me.

My two cents is that if a multimillionaire set for life with Modern Family residuals starts a GoFundMe instead of funding something herself, she deserves to be bullied. And she has been. So, sunrise sunset I guess. Have any of you read Jaron Lanier’s book Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now? He talks a lot about social media addiction. And Hyland is such an addict that she’s claiming to quit while announcing her relapse. Which we can catch tomorrow. Remember. The video releasing. By abusing social media Hyland invites drama into her life just like Pete Davidson, and I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to cyberbully her after seeing this shitty video tomorrow.



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