Jared Leto accused of privilege on Twitter after emerging from silent meditation in the desert – Extra.ie

Posted: March 24, 2020 at 2:43 pm


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Hollywood actors can sometimes be accused of not living in the real world, what with their massive mansions and armies of PR people insulating them from us ordinary mortals.

Most of the A-listers tell anyone who will listen theyre as human as the rest of us, but every now and again a story emerges that proves our point.

Take Jared Leto, for example. The Oscar-winner has gained a huge following thanks to films such as The Dallas Buyers Club and his band, 30 Seconds to Mars.

The singer might as well have been on the Red Planet, as he tweeted his astonishment at the state of the world after he had been holed up at a retreat in the desert for 12 days of silent meditation.

Naturally, Jared cut off all communications with the outside world as he undertook his period of isolation, posting to Twitter only when he returned to civilisation.

In a follow-up tweet he wrote: Walked out yesterday into a very different world. One thats been changed forever. Mind blowing to say the least. Im getting messages from friends and family all around the globe and catching up on whats going on.

Hope you and yours are ok. Sending positive energy to all. Stay inside. Stay safe.

Surprisingly, there wasnt a lot of love around for the star, who recently pulled out of the Hugh Hefner biopic, with people responding to his thread.

One user replying: Insulated, [privileged] and overly emotional. Sheesh, you actors really are in a world of your own.

Aanother posted: Privilege of the rich. Although, tbf, there are quite a few homeless folks who are also unaware of this whole thing.

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