Millie Bobby Brown spoke out against the barrage of online criticism and inappropriate comments against her when she celebrated her 16th birthday.
The Stranger Things star went to Instagram on Wednesday to celebrate its historic birthday and chose to emphasize the struggles she has faced since she became famous.
When endorsing a montage video, in which the good and bad aspects of her life were put in the spotlight, the star wrote: ‘ya girls 16 :). 16 has felt long. I feel that change needs to take place not only for this generation, but the next. [sic]
Speaking: Millie Bobby Brown has spoken out against the barrage of online criticism and inappropriate comments aimed at her as she celebrates her 16th birthday
‘our world needs kindness and support to help children grow and succeed. The last years have not been easy, I must admit. [sic]
“There are times when I get frustrated by the inaccuracy, inappropriate comments, sexualization, and unnecessary insults that ultimately led to pain and uncertainty for me.” but I will never be defeated. ” [sic]
The Spanish-born fencer showed her determination to take a positive attitude in the light of her experiences and continued: ‘I will continue to do what I love and spread the message to bring about change. [sic]
Rise to fame: the actress has become famous in recent years, after playing a leading role in the hit Netflix show Stranger Things. Pictured with Sadie Sink
Need for change: When endorsing a montage video, in which the good and bad aspects of her life were put in the spotlight, the star stated that “change must happen”
let us focus on what needs to change and I hope this video informs you about the things that happen behind the scenes of the headlines and the flashing lights. don’t worry, I’ll always find a way to smile;) leggo 16 ♡. [sic]”
Millie’s candid remarks come just a few weeks after she was criticized for dressing up too mature when she hit the red carpet of the SAG Awards in a white Louis Vuitton dress.
After watching her on the red carpet and when she presented one of the SAG Awards with Jharrell Jerome, many social media fans talked about her appearance.
The actress wore a Louis Vuitton dress with a corsage and an Essential Lines necklace with diamonds in platinum, an Etincelle de Cartier ring shimmering with diamonds, with matching pants under the dress and ivory pumps.
Films: since she became famous, the actress born in Spain has appeared in countless films
She told interviewer Aisha Tyler on the red carpet of her ensemble ‘[It’s] everything i wanted. I wanted to go for a masculine but very feminine look. ”
The fencer herself did not comment on the reaction to her outfit on social media or in interviews at that time.
Netflix has renewed Stranger Things for a fourth season, as series makers Matt and Ross Duffer have signed a new overall deal with the streaming service.
Millie recently admitted that the end of the last series of Stranger Things made her feel ‘p **** d’ when the fate of her character Eleven was revealed.
Awards: Last month the teenage actress hit the red carpet of the SAG Awards in a white dress by Louis Vuitton, but she was confronted with harsh online criticism of the dress ‘too mature’
She told how her fellow castemates were left in tears when the gang was forced to divorce during the last episode.
Viewers of the hit sci-fi series will know that Jim Hopper (David Harbor) made the ultimate sacrifice, resulting in the withdrawal of Elf with Joyce and the Byers family, before finally leaving Hawkins.
Their exit saw Elf’s boyfriend Mike and their best friends Dustin and Lucas left behind in what was a very emotional end to the season.
Millie told how things end Elle magazine: “I was p **** d. I read the script and thought, “What, how is this possible? Why are they leaving?” They were like “Did you not read episode 3?” And I was like, “Oh, yes.”
She is back! Later this year she returns to screens for a new season of Stranger Things
She continued: “Because Joyce said she wanted to get away from Hawkins. I don’t know, I just really felt against it. “
Millie explained that she and her co-stars were thinking about how they would cry for each other when they didn’t do it “very often,” and added that she was the one who usually cried in “every scene.”
The British teenager plays along with Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp.
Actress Millie went on to say that the cast was really crying when someone wondered how they would all feel when Stranger Things finally wrapped itself up.
She explained: “And we all started to cry and then they rolled the camera and said action. And that was it then. We all started to say goodbye to each other. We felt too real. “
Selection: She was pictured last month with her co-stars (L-R) Holes Matarazzo, Sadie Sink, Priah Ferguson, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin and Finn Wolfhard