Digitally ‘guillotined’

Let them eat cake: Zendaya (left) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2024, in New York. She is one of the many celebrities who have been blocked-out. — AFP

A NEW trend threatening to boycott celebrities over their refusal to speak out about the Gaza conflict is gaining momentum on social media.

Known as “Blockout 2024,” the movement has surged in popularity following the recent Met Gala.

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