It seems that yesterday, after posting a picture of her butt in jeans, Kendall Jenner realized that she was on Instagram.
She suppressed it, without warning or explanation. Its Twitter and Facebook remain active.
Jenner’s departure from Instagram takes place after Jenner’s half-sister, Kim Kardashian, has largely disappeared from social media following his flight to Paris on October 3, which Khloe Kardashian called “an awakening” for family.
While the 21-year-old supermodel did not provide explanations to the fans, Jenner also had a recent security test.
Last month, a jury sentenced 26-year-old Shavaughn McKenzie from intruding into Jenner’s home in Hollywood Hills, despite acquitting him of a harassment charge.
Of course she is not the first celebrity to do it – her good friend Justin Bieber deleted her account at the end of summer (after him and Selena Gomez had their dramatic spit in the Insta comments section).
Whether it’s a reaction to hatred that Jenner got after his Vogue ballet in Spain, being generally on it, or just a temporary pause is unclear.
But perhaps the biggest clue of why Jenner did it can be found in what the model said about social media over the past couple of years. She is not a big fan of it.
“You missed life,” she told Allure in her September issue, citing Kylie Jenner’s behavior on family holidays in Thailand as the revealing moment of Jenner: “It was the first time That we were in this beautiful place. car.
I was just zoning, taking all that. And Kylie did not put her phone on. I’m like, ‘It’s so crazy for me that you do not experience this.’
It was the moment when he clicked for me. And I did not like it. So sometimes I delete Instagram or Twitter or Snapchat from my phone for a few days. ”
Jenner said last summer: “I think social media has taken over from our generation. I hate sometimes, like, I literally want to throw my phone so I can not watch it, “she told the Sunday Times in June 2015.
“It’s a whole world invented if you think about it, social media, everything, this interview, everything, it’s not real, it’s crazy enough.”