Famous singer Selena Gomez wrote a letter to Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Shared on her own social media account. Gomez, in his message starting “We have a serious problem”. She urged Zuckerberg to take a step against “hatred, misinformation, racism and fanaticism” on Facebook and Instagram.
Famous singer Selena Gomez announced that she warned Facebook officials against racist content and misinformation with her Instagram post.
28-year-old American star to Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and chief operations officer Sheryl Sandberg. Shared the screenshot of the message she sent as an Instagram story with her followers.
She called on Facebook’s executives to take a step against “hatred, misinformation, racism and fanaticism” on their platforms.
Starting her message, “We have a serious problem,” Gomez said, “Facebook and Instagram are spreading hatred, misinformation, racism and fanaticism. “I urge you both to help stop this,” she said.
Gomez called on Zuckerberg and Sandberg to “shut down groups and users focused on spreading hate speech, violence and misinformation.”
Stating that misinformation is reflected in the election process that will affect the fate of millions of Americans, Gomez.
“Our future depends on this choice. This year is the year of election. We cannot try to get false information about voting. There should be accuracy control and accountability. I hope to get back from you as soon as possible ”and finished her message.
Boycott from famous names
In addition to this message shared by the famous singer with his 193 million Instagram followers, celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael B. Jordan, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lawrence and Naomi Campbell. They are temporarily suspended her accounts by sharing the #StopHateForProfit” tag.