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Lena Wilson Deletes Social Media After Releasing Amandla Stenberg DMs
leaked a series of DMs from actress Amandla Stenberg has deleted her Twitter and TikTok accounts.Lena Wilson, a freelance writer with The New York Times, had been attacked over her response to Stenberg's DMs.The actress sent a private message to Wilson after she wrote a negative review of the slasher movie Bodies Bodies Bodies.Wilson panned the horror release, which stars 23-year-old Stenberg alongside Maria Bakalova, Rachel Sennott, Lee Pace and Pete Davidson.The film follows the story of a group of rich Gen Z-ers partying at a remote mansion.Wilson described the film in her August 4 review as "bloated with pompous irony" and that it was "perfectly tailored to one of [production company] A24's key demographics: bougie 25-year-olds who value branding over substance."The one line in the review that Stenberg was especially unhappy with was Wilson's comments on cleavage."The only thing that really sets Bodies Bodies Bodies apart is its place in the A24 hype machine, where it doubles as a 95-minute advertisement for cleavage and Charli XCX's latest single," Wilson wrote.Stenberg's DM to Wilson read: "Maybe if you had gotten ur eyes off my t**s you could've watched the movie!"Wilson shared that Instagram DM to her Twitter weeks later, but then followed it up with a TikTok response calling out the actress, accusing Stenberg—who identifies as gay—of homophobia.In the video, Wilson started: "Hey, Amandla! Generally a big fan of your work, but this sure is something.
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