The 29-year-old actress quit Instagram in 2016 after she received backlash for posting a message in support of gun-violence victims  but she’s now finally returned to the platform.Daisy who is best known for playing Rey in the ‘Star Wars’ sequel trilogy  posted snap of herself drinking tea while doing self-care rituals.

Daisy previously opened up about her experience of social media, explaining that she found it “really difficult” to deal with online criticism.She said: “I was on Instagram, trying to do that whole thing, and people weren’t very nice.

“I posted a thing about gun regulations, because I was at an event in tribute to the Orlando shooting at Pulse. People weren’t nice about how I looked. And I was like, ‘I’m out.’ Simple as that. That is not what I signed up for.”Daisy also clarified why she deleted her account in the first place.

The actress explained: “Everyone said, ‘It’s because she talked about gun safety,’ but it wasn’t. If I want to talk about gun safety, I will talk about gun safety. And I didn’t sign up for people to go, ‘You’re amazing!’ But I didn’t sign up for them to say things like ,’ either  so I took down the post, and then I deleted my account.”

Asked if social media has become an occupational hazard for movie stars, Daisy replied: “I think, unfortunately, it is. But it’s not good for me, personally. I’m just not equipped for it.“I’m super sensitive not too sensitive but I really feel things.”


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