Sorry, guys, but it looks like Madison Beer is saying goodbye to TikTok. The singer announced that she’s taking a break from the video streaming app after receiving a lot of negative comments.

“This might be my last TikTok for a bit, my loves. The energy on this app is draining me,” she wrote in the comment section of the app. “So much hate and negativity, it’s all i see these days. I’m not even just speaking about myself. Every video of anyone I see, the comments are all mean. All the time. It breaks my heart.”

“I’m tired of seeing a girl dance on my [‘For You’ page], only to go to the comments and see people making fun of her body or something. It hurts me. So much,” the 21-year-old continued. “I just want this app to change and I want people to realize how much their words can impact others. I know it won’t. But I can hope. It’s just not okay, guys. I loved TikTok and wanna stay in here but… This horrible behavior should’ve never been normalized.”

As fans know, her comments come just one month after she opened up about a “traumatic” nude photo scandal, which she experienced at only 14 years old.

“I know there are some very significant things happening in the world right now that are very frightening so my intention with this message is not, in any way, to distract from them, but I do wanna talk today on International Women’s Day on the subject of shaming women,” Madison wrote in a lengthy message posted on Twitter on March 8, 2020. “When I was around 14 and exploring my body and sexuality, I sent very private Snapchats of my body to a boy I really liked at the time.”

She alleged that the unnamed boy sent the video to “all of his friends,” and it eventually was shared with “everyone.”

“I was distraught and ashamed. This was a traumatizing experience that has instilled intense trust issues in me, that I’m still working on to this day,” the brunette beauty admitted. “You should not feel shame. You were exploring your sexuality, you were learning. You should not feel like you did something wrong. Shame on those who betrayed your trust and SHAME ON THOSE WHO SHAMED YOU.”

“Own your mistakes as a young woman learning about the world. don’t let them define you. don’t let them keep you in fear,” Madison concluded.

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