Simon Pegg has revealed that he quit Twitter because it felt like a "war zone".
The Mission: Impossible actor, 52, used to be on the platform but came off it a while ago because he thought the "discourse had started to degrade".
However, Pegg hasn't ditched all social media.
"I did leave Twitter," the star said. "I like Instagram, that seems quite a nice place.
"But yes, Twitter just felt like a war zone to me."
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) July 8, 2022
He went on: "The discourse had started to degrade slightly. I hadn’t had any problems on there, it wasn’t like I was getting any kind of trolling specifically.
"But I just felt like, I want to leave this party."
As the hosts chuckled, he explained: "You know where you get to that point in a party and everyone is a little too drunk, and some arguments have started and you think I’m going to go home now?
"That’s what I did."
Pegg quit Twitter in 2014, telling fans on his website at the time: "As Paul McCartney once said, hello, goodbye.
"Rumours of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. Truth is, I’ve decided to give Twitter a break for the time being. If you’re reading this, you may be looking for an explanation as to why, so here it is.
"I haven’t been enjoying it for a while now.
"There hasn’t been a specific incident and the reasons are various.
"Ultimately, I think we’ve just grown apart. What I’m saying is, it’s not you, it’s me."
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