These freaky, homophobic tweets made a ‘Stranger Things’ actress quit Twitter

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There has been a backlash against the meme, especially since Brown deleted her account, with one user writing that "pretending millie bobby brown, a literal child, is a violent homophobe for memes is f**king disgusting and not amusing at all".

Bizarrely, the tweets are not directing anti-gay slurs at the 14-year-old actress.

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They continue: "She is a f**king child and you are cracking jokes about her hating gay people and wanting to kill them when she hasn't done anything wrong?"

Twitter linked numerous memes back to people in the LGBTQ community, further suggesting the posts are dark humor rather than real vitriol. Also, in the same year, she wore an LGBT pin to the MTV Awards.

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Since the memes came to prominence and Brown deactivated her Twitter account, fans have been calling out those who made the memes. How that turned into the "faggot" memes, though, doesn't seem to be something anyone can explain. Sartorius has not commented on social media about Brown's account deletion.

One queer Twitter users believe that they became popular because they allowed straight people to use the word "faggot" public.

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