Bella Hadid recently slammed Instagram for taking down her Instagram Story which included the word “Palestine” in it.
The supermodel initially uploaded a photo of her father, Mohamed Hadid’s American passport on social media, only for it to be removed for some unreasonable reason.
Enraged, Bella responded by questioning, “@instagram exactly what part of me being proud of my father’s birth place of Palestine is ‘bullying, harassment, graphic, or sexual nudity?'” She continued, “Are we not allowed to be Palestinian on Instagram? This, to me, is bullying.”
In another update on her Instagram Story, Bella shared the same photo of her father on her social media. “I am proud to be Palestinian,” she declared, before adding, “Everyone should post where their mothers and fathers were born today! Remind them on how proud you are of where you come from!”
Many enraged fans took to Twitter to stand by the 24-year-old on this matter. In this case, they came to Bella’s support and criticised Instagram over this action. They even trended the hashtag “#FreePalestine” to voice out their opinion in social media.
Would you blame Instagram for this?