Dua Lipa slams toxic cancel culture


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Dua Lipa has slammed cancel culture as “toxic”.
The 25-year-old singer slammed social media users for their meanness and says people are just trying to be funny at the expense of others.
She told Attitude: “I think there is so much judgement and meanness…cancel culture is so dangerous and toxic. Being funny is the greatest currency, even if it’s at the expense of somebody else.
“That tends to happen a lot with social media. Being funny and getting likes and retweets seems to be more important than actually caring about who is going to be on the other side of it and how they feel.
“There should be a communal understanding that people make mistakes, and we should learn from each other’s mistakes and we should try to teach each other.”
Dua also revealed she found fame difficult to deal with at first because she thought people would mock her.
She said: “For a short period of time it messed with my mental health. I’d go out on stage and if somebody was filming me, in my head…I was like ‘They’re going to film it so they can laugh at me.'”
However, Dua believes that there has been an improvement thanks to the BeKind movement – which was launched after Caroline Flack’s suicide in February.
She explained: “Some people are thinking about it a little bit more before they say things. I think people are trying to be more accepting and understanding, but at the same time, the internet is a (weird) place, because you can hide behind a screen and you can say whatever you want.”
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