#The411: Millie Bobby Brown Leaves Twitter Over Fake Homophobic Meme

Millie Bobby Brown Leaves Twitter Over Fake Homophobic Meme

“Stranger Things” actress Millie Bobby Brown has deleted her Twitter reportedly due to the various memes floating around the Internet accusing her of homophobia. Brown often advocates for the LGBT community as a supporter of GLAAD and has also shown love for the Parkland shooting survivors. The memes she reportedly left Twitter over all depicted Brown as a racist and homophobe, some even using the hashtag #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown.

The memes first allegedly started when a Twitter user claimed she met Brown and asked to take a picture with her, however Brown would only comply if the user took her hijab off. The story was so outrageous not many believed it and there isn’t much evidence to support it. 

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