The 'My Strange Addiction' singer revealed she was called "crazy and toxic" after sharing a joke on her social media account. She also stressed that it's not possible to have a sense of humor these days because people would feel offended.
As reported by the 'Daily Star Newspaper', she said: "The internet has been spreading stupid things. So I was like, 'Hey, I'm going to be on my own with my jokes'. I'm just making a joke and it's the same 'She's crazy, she's toxic, a terrible person, go to hell, you're a problem'. I was just kidding, all people need to chill out. That's why I deleted Twitter. I made the funniest joke and people have been berating me for months."
The 'Bury A Friend' hitmaker is a huge fan of the American TV series 'The Office', however she said it wasn't possible to project that story into the present day: "The jokes on this show It's just awful and hilarious at the same time. That's what makes 'The Office' so funny. If that kind of humor were on TV today, people would be offended."
The 17-year-old music phenomenon, who released her album 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go' just last month, will no longer perform at Glastonbury's Worthy Farm Festival at the John Peel Performing on stage - the young singer will now be able to stand on a much larger stage. Emily Eavis, who organizes the Worthy Farm Festival with her father Michael Eavis, said in a statement: "We're giving her a bigger stage. It all happens so fast for her. She's having a great year so far."