The 14-year-old actress posted two footage of herself rocking a fitted, but modest, snakeskin gown on Instagram on Friday, January 11. “Write a caption,” she merely mentioned on the put up.
Individuals shortly started weighing in on the British teenager’s trend alternative, with one writing, “Lady youre 14 no level in making an attempt to look older,” and one other saying, “Act your age for as soon as.”
Brown fired again by telling them to get off her web page in the event that they don’t like her selections. “Ik [sic] everybody on my final pic desires me to ‘act my age’ however fairly frankly its [sic] my instagram and if I select to put up that image and also you don’t prefer it… scroll previous it,” she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram Story.
The following day, the Godzilla vs. Kong actress up to date her Story with an inspirational message that learn, “If we may unfold love as shortly as we unfold hate and negativity, what a tremendous world we dwell in.”
Brown acquired loads of help although, too. Ex-boyfriend Jacob Sartorius, whom she cut up from in July 2018 after seven months collectively, referred to as her “Gorgeous” and put a black coronary heart emoji within the feedback. Actress Cara Buono, who performs Karen Wheeler on Stranger Issues, wrote, “Wow! Millie, stunning as all the time. And in heels!”
The Intruders alum hasn’t had the perfect of luck on social media previously. She was criticized in September 2018 after she revealed she seems to be to 32-year-old Drake for relationship recommendation, regardless of their massive age distinction. “Why u gotta make a stunning friendship ur headline?” she mentioned on the time. “U guys are bizarre… For actual. Im fortunate to have folks within the enterprise prolong their time to assist me additional my profession and supply their knowledge and steering. Im very blessed to have superb folks in my life.”
She was additionally compelled to delete her Twitter in June 2018 after her identify was connected to homophobic memes that had been a part of a social media marketing campaign referred to as #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown.