Thanks to all your hate, I'll be making Instagram private: Ayesha Omar

The star made the decision after posting 'controversial' photos and videos of her trip to Ibiza, Spain

Entertainment Desk July 14, 2019

Seems like actor and host Ayesha Omar has had it with online trolls recently.  In a public post, the star revealed she has decided to make a separate Instagram account to avoid hate she says she has been receiving on her profile.

It all started when Omar went on a summer vacation to Ibiza, Spain where she was seen having a lot of fun. However, some people were not impressed by her bold pictures and videos, taking to the social media platform to 'troll' her actions.

Now Omar has decided to delete all her controversial Instagram stories with DJ's and music.


Taking to an Instagram story, the star wrote, “So I've deleted all my stories, the ones with all the DJ's and music.”

She continued to share her feelings over the narky comments and said, “Thanks to all your hate, I'll be making a private Instagram account very soon and that's where I'll share those with my friends and family. Should've done it sooner actually. Don't need none of them negative vibes in my life.”


But that did not stop the flood of support and love from fans asking Omar to not stop posting her vacation stories after the celebrity made the surprising announcement.

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“Friends have been replying all day to my story post about not posting vacation stories. My DM is full of loving supportive messages. But I Just went through a few messages from fans in my other dm folder. There are thousands and thousands of messages sending so much love and support and asking me to not stop posting my travel videos, (especially the ones with music),” she said.


The star reiterated that the gestures were heartwarming and made her feel "extremely emotional and loved."  Omar also thanked her fans and family for the love, light and positive vibes that were sent her way.

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AJ | 11 months ago | Reply | Recommend Strange how these 'liberal celebrities' do not mind adulation by the people when they share updates and photos on public platforms. However, the criticism is associated with 'negative vibes' that must be eliminated.If one is making anything public, then they are bound to receive both admiration and criticism for it.
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