The ‘Dynasty’ star says she doesn’t want to be involved in social media
Joan Collins said she doesn’t engage in social media for fear of a canceled culture.
The “Dynasty” actress spoke with The Sunday Times, where she discussed why she doesn’t engage online, noting that she stays away from any and all online discourse for fear that her words will be misinterpreted. will be removed or taken out of context.
“I don’t want to be involved in any way, shape or form with these fools,” He said.
However, that doesn’t mean the 88-year-old doesn’t have an opinion. For example, he said he believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been given enough platform in recent years.
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“I think they have enough oxygen in the press,” she said bluntly when asked.
While she didn’t have much to say about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, she came to the rescue of Piers Morgan, who famously stormed the set of “Good Morning Britain” when she commented on 40-year-old Markle’s comments. But questioned. The bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey that eventually resulted in her leaving the talk show.
“He’s more interesting than any of them,” he grumbled.
Collins then seized the opportunity to voice the cancellation culture in general.
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“People can’t say what they think, because they will get cancelled,” she explained. “Removing the tweets from 15 years ago, what someone would have said at the age of 14, I think it’s sickening.”
He also called out critics of Winston Churchill, whose vast legacy from Britain onward through World War II has come into question in recent years.
“I was too young to realize at the time, but they were at our door. If it wasn’t for Churchill we would all be walking around with swastikas,” she declared.
This isn’t the first time Collins has discussed cancellation culture this week. While promoting her upcoming book “Anapologetic Diaries”, the actress spoke with daily mail About how she feels people can’t say anything without being attacked.
“The thing is, you can’t say anything without canceling these days. What am I allowed to say?”
She continued: “Well, forget it! I’m not ready to cancel culture. Can’t say that, can’t say that. I’m like my father [the late theatrical agent Joe Collins] in that regard. non diplomatic. I think it’s a Gemini thing.”