It’s nightmarish for most teenagers to have their smartphones and gadgets taken away from them. And with teens gradually flourishing in the influencer world, it’s the worst dream to suddenly find that someone has deleted your account with millions of followers.
Fernanda Rocha Kanner deleted her daughter’s social media accounts because it’s not healthy for her to judge herself on ‘online feedback.’
The latter is precisely what happened to a 14-Year-Old influencer in Brazil whose mother deleted her social media accounts and insisted she’s NOT sorry. Mother Fernanda Rocha Kanner didn’t like what her daughter Valentina was putting online. So she erased both her Instagram and TikTok accounts.
Valentina (pictured left), known online as Nina Rios, had amassed 1.7 million followers over her TikTok and Instagram accounts.
Fernanda didn’t also want her daughter, known online as Nina Rios, judging herself on online feedback. She believes that social media accounts are unhealthy and shouldn’t be heavily used by a teenage girl. “I don’t think it’s healthy even for an adult and much less for a teenager to base her self-discovery on online feedback.” Fernanda told Fantastico.