The country star frequently posts on the social media site, updating fans about both her personal and professional lives.
However, fans are unable to comment on any of her posts, and that’s because Kelsea made a conscious decision to set some boundaries for herself.
“I’m super sensitive. And I think that’s a good thing. For a long time, I was reading all the comments, and I would obviously love the good ones, but I would find the bad ones and they would just hurt my feelings,” she told Bobby Bones on Monday.
“I didn’t want to get to a point where I was not posting and not sharing my life because I really like to be that person that’s an oversharer,” she explained.
“I think it’s relatable and girls need to see that. It’s either me not sharing or me sharing and not caring about what people say. And so I just turned them off,” the singer went on.
Adding that the events of the past year, including the Covid-19 pandemic, prompted her to rethink her social media strategy, the Hole in The Bottle hitmaker mused: “This past year, we’ve had all this time to kind of marinate with our own feelings and what we need and what we want. And I just think boundaries are healthy. And that’s a new boundary I have for myself.”