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Of all the people, Angelina Jolie broke Jennifer Aniston's record

Of all the people, Angelina Jolie broke Jennifer Aniston’s record

Actress Angelina Jolie is new to Instagram and uses the channel for her political concerns.

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Hollywood star Angelina Jolie is the new queen on Instagram – destroying Jennifer Aniston’s social media record on ‘Guiness Book of Records’. Jolie’s contributions revolve around the humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan.

It must be Jennifer Aniston: Angelina Jolie pushes her off the social media throne. Jolie’s Insta account managed to amass 1.7 million followers in less than an hour. Direct comparison: In 2019, Aniston took 5 hours and 16 minutes to reach over 1 million subscribers. This made the “Friends” actress enter the “Guiness Book of Records”.

Tempi pass. Angelina Jolie’s first Instagram post is a direct hit and makes waves. The 46-year-old mother and ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) posted a handwritten letter from an Afghan girl about her fear of the Taliban. She received this letter from a teenager in Afghanistan, which Jolie wrote about over the weekend. People there can no longer express themselves freely in social networks. She wants to help share the stories and voices of people fighting for their human rights on Instagram.

Jolie is a highly advertising personality with 7.5 million followers on Instagram. For comparison: Actress Jennifer Aniston has already given 56 posts and has 37.8 million followers.

Twenty years ago, before the 9/11 attacks, I met people who had fled the Taliban regime on the border with Afghanistan, the Oscar winner wrote. It is appalling to see so many refugees again.

Jolie was highly critical of the fact that Afghan refugees were treated as a “burden”. You were among the most capable people in the world, explained a mother of six. She met many women and girls who wanted and fought for an education.

Jolie urged her followers to support her in helping these people.