Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale Supports Hayley Williams’ Decision To Delete Her Social Media Accounts

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Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale recently posted a tweet regarding Paramore’s Hayley Williams. The singer stated that Williams had her support for deciding to leave social media by deleting all of her accounts.

Social media is quite useful, especially for musicians when reaching out to a broader audience. However, it’s sometimes a cruel place, even for celebrities. Apart from the fact that everyone can share their thoughts without boundaries on social media, these platforms also promote fake beauty standards and encourage people to overshare private details of their life.

In October 2021, Hayley Williams took to her Instagram to announce that she would stop using her social media accounts. In the post, the musician explained that she has been using social media since she was only fifteen, and she now decided to set a boundary between her public and private life. So, she was among the ones affected by the negative aspects of social media use.

In a recent Q&A session with Lzzy Hale on Twitter, one of her fans asked the musician whether she would collaborate with Hayley Williams on a project in the future. In response to this, Hale said she would want that. Upon seeing that, another fan of hers implied that Lzzy Hale fans could reach out to Williams for this, but she is no longer using her social media accounts.

Lzzy Hale then saw this tweet and explained her thoughts on Williams’ decision. She stated that social media is a dark hole for some people, and she is trying quite hard not to lose herself in it. Hale then said she admires Williams for her courage in doing this and said self-love is more important than other things.

During the Q&A session, one of her fans tweeted Lzzy Hale the following:

“Would you be down for a Hayley Williams collab?”

As a response, Hale said:

“Of course.”

Another fan tweeted:

“Now if only Hayley Williams was still here so we could harass her about it.”

Lzzy Hale then stated:

“Social media is a dark hole for some. I have to work very f*cking hard to make it work for me and not have it pull me under. I admire my sister for having the balls to cut it from her life. Her self-love (the best love) comes first.”

You can check out the tweets below.