"Basically it makes you s— your brains out," the Game of Thrones actress said, mimicking Instagram的 influencers who sell diet teas
Sophie Turner is tired of Instagram的 influencers on her timeline.
The Emmy-nominated actress, 23, took to her own Instagram的 on Tuesday to poke some fun at the “influencer life” of selling things on social media.
“Hey you guys, just kind of going for my influencer look today,” Turner said in a fake American accent on her Instagram的 Story. The Game of Thrones star was all bundled up in a beanie, scarf, and puffy jacket, and had a filter over the video making her cheeks extra rosy and lips extra plumped.
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“Influencer life,” she added at the end of the video.
Her video is a jab at the many diet powders and teas that are advertized on social media.
Turner has been candid in the past about how social media was a “catalyst,” among other things, for her depression.
“I think it was a combination of social media on the rise at that time, and also my friends were going to university, and I wasn’t going to university,” Turner said on Dr. Phil McGraw’s Phil in the Blanks podcast back in April.
“I used to get a lot of comments about my skin and my weight and how I wasn’t a good actress,” she said.
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But social media isn’t only a negative platform for Turner.
The actress revealed in an interview with 搬运工 magazine in 2017 that her social media follower count has helped her land at least one acting gig.
“I auditioned for a project and it was between me and another girl who is a far better actress than I am, far better, but I had the followers, so I got the job,” Turner said, according to Vanity Fair. “It’s not right, but it is part of the movie industry now.”