Daniel recently revealed that he stays off of social media to avoid the limelight.
“There’s certain things you can do to make it a lot easier on yourself,” Daniel expressed to Sky News. “I don’t have Twitter and I don’t have Facebook, and I think that makes things a lot easier because if you go on Twitter and tell everybody what you’re doing moment to moment and then claim you want a private life, then no one is going to take that request seriously.”
I approve these answers of Daniel and Justin. They both seem to be very consequent when it comes to social networks. I’d love to be the same.
“I tried to use Facebook at one point for a couple months to keep in touch, but I realized there’s like a thing about just friendship in general,” Justin told Fox News. “There’s a reason why you don’t keep in touch…I have a couple friends from high school that I still call them on the phone, which is really old fashioned and weird.”
Well said, Mr Long. But as much as I’d love to live life without the annoyance of Facebook I feel like I have to share my life with the few strangers I have listed. Though, I’m not interested in their lifes and I know they are not interested in mine. But to know what’s going on in other peoples lifes if someone asked you about these people is like a plus for you. It tells them you care about your so called friends.
Chloe Moretz is reaching out to fans for support for her mom, Teri.
“Please pray for my mama,” the 16-year-old actress wrote on Twitter on Tuesday (October 1).
The actress opened up about her mom in UK InStyle magazine’s August 2013 issue:
“It made me realize, along with everything that happened with my dad, that your parents aren’t these godly figures. They’re not chosen by the heavens. They’re humans. Their bodies can fail and they can die at any moment. They make mistakes. They cry. They fight. It definitely, from a young age, put everything into perspective for me.” [...]