Noah Centineo on his absence from the virtual world: I really don’t want to be on social media right now
Actor Noah Centineo, once very active on social media, recently archived all of his posts on Instagram, leaving fans in awe. The actor with a virtual fanbase of 16 million followers has finally made up for his lack of social media. He says the virtual world doesn’t excite him.
The actor rose to fame with his role in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before franchise, becoming a teen sensation. In fact, he was also very active on social media and had over 16 million followers. But lately he has kept his distance from the virtual world and used the medium only to post about his work.
“There was a time when I was very active on social media. I have been so active for so many years. And then I noticed it and I didn’t start to be so active and I started leaving the world behind ”, Centineo tells us in an exclusive interview.
The 26-year-old continued: “After further investigation, I realized I didn’t really want to be on social right now. I suddenly felt like I didn’t want to continue. So I just published all my posts. Filed. I have not deleted the post “.
Now the actor, who entered the superhero world as Atom Smasher alongside Black Adam co-stars Dwayne Johnson, Pierce Brosnan and Viola Davis, is using the medium to be the voice of his work.
“At the same time, Black Adam walked in and was really excited. So, I was like, ‘Ok, I want to post about this.’ That’s what I started posting again but …