Selma Blair has left Twitter in support of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn.
The Hellboy alum released today that followers could find them on another social media platform, Instagram.
So long. You can find me on Instagram. #Istandwithjamesgunn
– Selma Blair (@SelmaBlair) July 28, 2018
"So long, you can find me on Instagram. #Istandwithjamesgunn," Blair wrote.
Last week, Gunn was fired from Disney when old tweets surfaced in which Gunn joked about pedophilia and rape. Since then, Blair has lent her support to the director and asked Disney to reinstate Gunn, as well as retell articles about the shootings, especially those discussing the role of the old right in Gunn's shots, specifically by Mike Cernovich, who first disputed the controversial Tweets emphasized. Blair also noted in one of her retweets that she could think about leaving Twitter and asked, "Does anyone else have any feelings about leaving Twitter?"
Blair is not the only celebrity who continues to support Gunn. Dave Bautista, who played Drax in the first two Guardians of the Galaxy films, continues to support Gunn. Yesterday, he went to Twitter to scoff at the methods of the Old Right, with which Gunn was crushed.
"I think today I will find a good person who has the message of … equality, unity, sacrifice, responsibility love, family, forgiveness, salvation, Misfit, child, female empowerment and ruin his life. I'll go ahead and empower some fascists while I'm at it! DISCLAIMER FOR MORONS AND FUTURE VIEWS: I'm JOKING! "Bautista wrote:
Blair is also not the only one of Gunn's followers, the Twitter because of the shootout also left. The Guardians of the Galaxy and The Walking Dead Star Michael Rooker announced on Sunday that he is also leaving Twitter for "the continuing bullshit".
"This account is going to be After today we are no longer active We are very tired and upset about the ongoing BULLSH * T … neither I nor my representative will use Twitter again Twitter is shit and I do not want it have to do, "Rooker wrote. "Thanks to everyone who gave kind words and support, see you on Instagram – MR."
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