Dua – whose account is now run by her administration – advised NME journal: “I feel like on Instagram, I post as if I’m on a blog and I can just separate myself from it whereas, on Twitter, after I tweet I try and check all the comments.
“That was clearly getting fairly unhealthy ‘trigger I might simply get actually upset about [the response].”
The ‘New Rules’ hitmaker thinks social networking platforms ought to be more heavily regulated.
She said: “I do know if there’s any abusive content material or blah blah blah, they take it down.
“But I don’t think they see certain things or types of cyber bullying as seriously as they are. Those things need to be monitored a little closer.”
Dua is presently selling her lately launched new album, ‘Future Nostalgia’.
And the singer has admitted to feeling “more confident” following the success of her eponymous debut album, which was launched again in 2017.
She mirrored: “I definitely was a lot more confident working on this record.
“I knew what was anticipated of me, I knew my lyrical language, I knew what I needed to put in writing, [and] how I needed to put in writing it.”
Dua also revealed she’s found new ways of connecting with her fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The ‘One Kiss’ hitmaker explained: “I’m studying new methods to attach with my followers and listeners. We’re all on this collectively, so I’m sending plenty of love and good well being to everybody.”