“I think if everyone came together and decided to boycott social media, to make a statement [I would].
“If everybody did it at once, not just one or two people, and if we did a campaign with a lot of big influential people in sport and other forms of life came off social media to make a statement, then yeah, I think it could help.
“If that was the case, I would be all for that.”
Bale, who is on loan at Tottenham from Real Madrid, has been subjected to abuse on social media for much of his career and tends to stay away from the various platforms as a result.
His Wales team-mate Matondo criticised Instagram on Sunday, while the Football Association of Wales (FAW) says it is “disgusted by the racial abuse”.