Amy Schumer She denied it was a “shadow” Tom Holland When I made a video to make fun of her Psychological health And the Social media Use after fans accused her of making fun of the actor’s announcement that he was taking a break from the platforms.
this week , Spider Man: homecoming star He revealed that he will take a step back from social media to prioritize his mental healthHolland told his fans that he had deleted the apps from his phone.
“I find Instagram and Twitter to be overly stimulating, and pretty impressive,” the 26-year-old explained in a video posted to Instagram. “I get busy and deteriorate when I read things about me online and in the end it is very harmful to my mental state. So I decided to take a step back and delete the app.”
Just a day later, Schumer shared her video about mental health and social media use on the platform, in which she joked that she would be doing “more social media” for her mental health.
“Hello everyone. For my mental health, I’ve decided to do more social media. I find that looking at my phone for eight and a half hours a day helps me, and it helps me correct pimples and this breakout. Being in my forties, it’s good I really want to see it all love island and all Singles“Whether in heaven or in ordinary palaces,” Schumer said.
The comedian concluded the video, adding, “So you’ll see a lot of me on social media, just for my physical and mental integrity.”
The 41-year-old’s post sparked mixed responses from her fans and followers, with some finding the video humorous while others suggested that Schumer made the video in response to Holland’s video on mental health.
“Amy Schumer? You making fun of someone who raises awareness and provides tools for young people to deal with their mental health is exactly why Tom Holland stays away from toxic social media. Thanks for making his point,” one tweeted.
Another asked: “Is Amy Schumer’s IG video a response/makes fun of Tom Holland? Because it’s not funny.”
“Aren’t you ashamed of yourself? Tom talked about his struggle, was weak, and then showed his support for him [an] An organization that helps the younger generation improve their mental health and all you do is make fun of them? Tweet embed Disgusting,” someone else wrote.
The backlash over her video prompted a response from the comedian, who explained in a post shared on Instagram Stories that she was not referring to Holland when she made the clip.
“No shading Spider Man. make fun of myself. Schumer wrote on Instagram Stories Tuesday with a spider emoji, of course social media is toxic.
In Holland’s video, which was shared on August 13, the actor took the opportunity to speak about the teen mental health charity stem 4Who takes care of him before thanking those who took his time to listen.
“So thank you again for listening. I will be disappearing from Instagram again,” he said. “And to everyone out there, thank you for your love and support. I love you all, and I will talk to you soon.”