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Bella Thorne says it would be sad if she quit fame due to 'cancel culture' but keeps fighting


Bella Thorne says it would be sad if she quit fame due to ‘cancel culture’ but keeps fighting even if she ‘feels like wanting to die inside my bed’

She began acting at the age of six and became a famous child star.

And though she is more known for being infamous at this point in her career, Bella Thorne would not be happy if she had to quit fame due to ‘cancel culture.’

The 23-year-old actress was open and honest about the price of fame in a recent interview with NME as she was asked if it was worth it.

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Revealing: Bella Thorne (seen in a behind the scenes snap from her music video shoot for Phantom) was open and honest about the price of fame in a recent interview with NME as she was asked if it was worth it

Revealing: Bella Thorne (seen in a behind the scenes snap from her music video shoot for Phantom) was open and honest about the price of fame in a recent interview with NME as she was asked if it was worth it

She replied: ‘I think that question comes across your mind every f***ing day.

‘If you’re a public figure, you’re always weighing up how much of yourself are you willing to give up? These questions run [through] my mind all the time so I don’t have an answer yet.’

As ‘cancel culture’ has been a hot debate in recent years, Bella – who has been criticized over her sexuality – knows that it is always within the realm of possibility that she could be the next target of a social media mob.

'It would be so sad [if I quit because of] the media and "cancel culture"': As 'cancel culture' has been a hot debate in recent years, Bella (seen in 2018) knows that it is always within the realm of possibility that she could be the next target of a social media mob

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‘It would be so sad [if I quit because of] the media and “cancel culture”‘: As ‘cancel culture’ has been a hot debate in recent years, Bella (seen in 2018) knows that it is always within the realm of possibility that she could be the next target of a social media mob

Thorne explained: ‘It would be so sad [if I quit because of] the media and “cancel culture” and all the annoying people sitting behind a screen wanting to bully people off the internet for no other reason than they’re bored with their own lives.

‘That’s why I keep fighting, even when I’m going through terrible s*** in the media or I feel like wanting to die inside my bed.’

Bella started her acting career at the age of six in 2003 Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear led comedy Stuck On You in an uncredited role.

Signature role: In 2010, Bella had her big break as she landed a role as dancer CeCe Jones in Disney series Shake It Up along Zendaya and has been famous ever since, seen in 2011

Signature role: In 2010, Bella had her big break as she landed a role as dancer CeCe Jones in Disney series Shake It Up along Zendaya and has been famous ever since, seen in 2011

Things got tough as her father died in a motorcycle accident in 2007 as a child Bella became the breadwinner of the family.

In 2010, Bella had her big break as she landed a role as dancer CeCe Jones in Disney series Shake It Up along Zendaya and has been famous ever since.

Due to her Disney past, Bella has been criticized for posting racy photos, exploring her sexuality, and partying lifestyle but has seemed unfazed by the critiques.

Unapologetic: Due to her Disney past, Bella has been criticized for posting racy photos, exploring her sexuality, and partying lifestyle but has seemed unfazed by the critiques

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Unapologetic: Due to her Disney past, Bella has been criticized for posting racy photos, exploring her sexuality, and partying lifestyle but has seemed unfazed by the critiques

During the NME interview she was also asked about where feminism stands in 2021 but writer Rhian Daly noted that her publicist interrupted the question.

Bella was not too afraid to tackle the issue as she answered anyway saying: ‘It’s so annoying that people have this negative connotation around the word feminism. Feminists just want equal pay, the right to be themselves and not be censored and also walk down the street and not have to worry about being raped.

‘God, this is gonna make me mad for the rest of the day now.’

Bella can be seen in music drama series Paradise City which is currently streaming on Amazon Prime. 

Not holding back: Bella (seen in April 2019) was asked about feminism and replied: 'It's so annoying that people have this negative connotation around the word feminism

Not holding back: Bella (seen in April 2019) was asked about feminism and replied: ‘It’s so annoying that people have this negative connotation around the word feminism



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