For the briefest of while, Megan Fox was on Twitter. The gorgeous “Transformers” actress, joined the social networking website on January 4 but, 5 days later, had already decided there was no point to it.
“I'm incredibly late to the party but I'm here nonetheless, so what now?” the very private star began her short-lived tweeting “career” by saying.
A week later, she still hadn’t found out what she was supposed to do next, after tweeting about the live-size R2D2 in her home, urging her followers to see her new movie “This Is 40” and retweeting a few facts.
“5 days on Twitter and I have yet to discern it's purpose. #WhatIsThePoint ???” the actress wrote before going on complete radio silence.
Megan’s official page is still active as we speak but, considering her final words, it won’t be long before she de-activates it.
Even so, during her 5 days on Twitter and despite the fact that she didn’t follow anyone, she still amassed over 260,000 followers.
The decision isn’t entirely that surprising, if you think about it – and know anything about the star. She is known for her determination to keep most aspects of her personal life private, so she probably sees no point to having an active Twitter account.
Even though Fox is also on Facebook, she rarely posts anything there as well. More notably, she announced the birth of her first child there, several weeks after she gave birth and only to prevent media speculation.
His name is Noah Shannon and he is “healthy, happy, and perfect,” as Megan herself wrote on her page at the time.
“We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul and I am forever grateful to God for allowing me to know this kind of boundless, immaculate love,” the actress also said.