Florence Pugh Respond to Hateful Comments about Her and Boyfriend Age

Actress Florence Pugh was deeply saddened by the ‘hateful’ comment on her post posted on her boyfriend Zach Braff’s birthday.

Florence Pugh’s boyfriend Zach Braff is 21 years older than him, so peoples commented on pugh’s post by mocking their age difference.

After this, he deleted comments on his Instagram post and made a new video today. On April 6, he put a photo on his boyfriend’s birthday and wished them, “Today we shall smile wider than the clouds are gray. April 6th and we’re celebrating hard! Happy birthday wishes, boogies and cheers for this special person. Raise those bubbles and jiggle! “

Also Read: The Flash Actor Appear Ezra Miller Choke and Shove Female Fan in Video

She was saddened by the comments on this and in response to this; she posted a video on Instagram today. In which he said “I will not allow that behavior on my page.” I’m not about that. It makes me upset. “

She said that “It makes me sad that during this time when we really all need to be together, we need to be supporting one another, we need to be loving one another.” The world is aching and the world is dying and a few of you decided to bully for no reason. “

Also Read: Kiss Your Partner Like Bad Bunny Does with his Girlfriend

She continued her saying that “I’m 24-years-old. I have been working since I was 17-years-old. I have been earning money since I was 17-years-old. I became an adult when I was 18-years-old and I started paying taxes when I was 18-years-old. I don’t need you to tell me who I should and should not love, and I would never in my life ever, ever tell someone who they can and cannot love. It is not your place. It has nothing to do with you. “

Also Read: Jordyn Woods Motivate to Workout Stay Home, First Place Challenge

Everyone joked on the age of her boyfriend saying “The abuse that you throw at him is abuse that you’re throwing at me, and I don’t want those followers … I don’t want that on my page.” “

“It’s embarrassing, it’s sad and I don’t know when cyber bullying became trendy.”