‘I’m not good at it’
Jennifer Aniston Not a fan of social media.
“I hate social media. I’m not good at it,” she said alluring In a new cover story.
when he Joined Instagram In October 2019, he admitted that he “Always the most reluctant person” does But explained that she finally joined when she “got tired” of people telling her off. He even set a record at that time Gained 1 million followers within five hours. (Now, he has 40.7 million followers.)
she said alluring“It’s torture for me. I went on Instagram Turn it on [haircare] line [LolaVie]. Then the pandemic hit and we didn’t launch. So I stuck with being on Instagram. It doesn’t come naturally.”
“I’m really happy that we got to experience growing up, as teenagers, in our 20s without this social media aspect,” Aniston said. “Look, the Internet, great purpose, right? Connect people socially, with social networking. It’s how young girls feel about themselves, compares and turns to depression.”
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In 2015, Aniston told PEOPLE how social media made her Become “stressed out.” He also said that he is worried about the influence of social media on the younger generation.
“The kids aren’t talking to each other anymore,” he said at the time. “I was with our friends from Vermont and their two kids didn’t have iPhones or iPads. They were 9 and 12 and the most interesting young adults. Watching other kids on them. [phones] All the time, it makes me sad.”
In December 2019, Aniston expressed her reaction to Instagram temporarily crashing after she posted a selfie with friends costar
“I don’t know how it happened. I could use another shocked face. I will Because I was very flattered” he told People at the time.
Aniston added that she’s enjoying the “new creative outlet I have” with social media, despite her initial hesitation. “Why not? If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em,” he said of his decision to sign up.
“A lot of my friends were starting to do it and I didn’t want to be the one who was left in the sandbox like, ‘No! I’m not going to play.’ So it’s funny,” Aniston said, “but, boy, there’s a lot of emotional messages, too.”