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Meet 5 celebrities that do not have Instagram account; Kanye West, Emma Stone and others (photo)

Kanye West

It's somewhat surprising that Kanye doesn't have an Instagram account because, really, nobody loves Kanye like Kanye loves Kanye. You know? Kanye actually used to have Instagram and Twitter, but according to The Daily Beast, he deleted them after his highly controversial appearance on SNL, in which he stated "the 13th amendment should be abolished." Yikes.

Eddie Murphy

Eddie Murphy is known for making his fans laugh, but he's not doing it through social media. When a seemingly "verified" account under his name posted a tweet about a possible Coming to America sequel in 2017, that was news to the actor himself—seeing as he doesn't have a Twitter account. "I don't need to be on social media interacting with the fans, tweeting that I just ate strawberries," he said during a 2016 interview for The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast. "I'm checking y'all out while y'all are doing it, but nothing has made me go 'I wanna be on there with y'all, I just had strawberries too. I'm going to the store now. Look at this picture of this baby.' I'm not doing none of that."

Daniel Radcliffe

You'll find Harry Potter everywhere, from book to screen to the stage, but one place you won't find him is on social media. Actor Daniel Radcliffe has stayed away from Twitter and Instagram, revealing in 2019 that it makes him "uncomfortable."

Shia LaBeouf's

Shia LaBeouf's Instagram account would be a thirst trap as well, featuring his incredible style, facial hair, and — of course — his sexy bod, which we've all come to know and love. Someone actually made an account dedicated to his fashion choices, called @shiasoutfits, and it's pretty incredible. However, he has not yet made a personal account for himself. Shia, stop being a gorgeous sad boi and make an account already... please and thank you.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone is beloved by many, but just like her bestie JLaw, that doesn't mean she is keen on opening up about her life on social media. "I think it wouldn't be a positive thing for me," she told Elle magazine in 2018. "If people can handle that sort of output and input in the social media sphere, power to them."

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