Instagrammer Who Cried After Losing Her Account Is Back With A Scathing Message To ‘Her Haters’

Stay in the loop. We've got you covered
We'll soon be launching our easy-to-digest daily roundup of everything you need to know.
Your email address will be shared with The Hook and subject to its privacy policy.

Instagram blogging extraordinaire Jessy Taylor entered the world’s collective consciousness this week after essentially filming herself crying.

It’s crazy that in this information age a virtual nobody can film themselves doing something so routine and mundane and yet it spreads across the world like wildfire.

I actually think we’ve got to the point where too much content is available, but people seem to enjoy reading about this kind of stuff more than war and, I dunno, famine, so it’s here to stay.

Where was I? Oh yeah, crying blogger.

So yeah, Jessy Taylor filmed herself having a social media meltdown after her Instagram account was supposedly deleted.

View this post on Instagram

Make me a priority

A post shared by Jessy taylor (@duhitsjessy) on

Appearing in the video – which she posted on her YouTube channel – she was in floods of tears, sobbing that she’s “nothing without [her] followers”.

Jessy wrote in the description box of the video: “This is my beg for help if you know anyone who can get my account back please let me know this happend while i was editing my vlog from SF. [sic]”

She said: “Hi guys, I’m in the middle of editing and my Instagram got deleted.

Appearing in the video – which she posted on her YouTube channel – she was in floods of tears, sobbing that she’s “nothing without [her] followers”.

Jessy wrote in the description box of the video: “This is my beg for help if you know anyone who can get my account back please let me know this happend while i was editing my vlog from SF. [sic]”

The blogger, who says she moved to LA to become famous on Instagram, states that her old account, which had racked up an impressive 113,000 followers, was taken down due to people reporting her.

She continued:

“And when people try to hate on me or report me I’m literally trying to be a f**king better person.

“I want to say to everybody that’s reporting me: Think twice because you’re ruining my life, because I make all of my money online, all of it and I don’t want to lose that.

It was all very dramatic and over the top, and if you didn’t know otherwise you’d have thought someone had died.

But now angry blogger girl is back, and she’s got a message for all you darn haters out there.

She recently uploaded a follow-up video, aptly titled ‘to all my haters’, and she’s straight up slammed her critics.

She flaunted her pricey possessions – including a fancy backpack – and generally rambled about how hard she’s worked.

She told viewers:

“The hate comments don’t get to me. I just laugh at them – to a point. Just because my parents are rich, doesn’t make me rich. This whole house that you f*cking see me recording in is my place. I paid $7,500 just to move in here.

This Gucci bag, I literally worked so f*cking hard for it. This is all my money. This isn’t mummy and daddy’s money. At the end of the day I’m 21 years old. I am an adult, bro. I have sex.

I do whatever the f*ck I want at this point, you know. I’m a grown ass woman. Stop treating me like some little girl.”

Discussing her haters, she said: “I don’t hate anybody on this earth except the person who got my Instagram deleted, my cousins and maybe a few other people.”

She then ended the video by thanking her supporters and basically telling some m-effers to suck some m-effing D.

Consider them told.

Previously, you’d never hear of this people again after their 2 minutes of fame, but some of them have remarkable staying power.

The “Cash Me Outside” girl is loaded these days – I even think she’s a genuine rap artist.

I wouldn’t be surprised if we see this chick again at some point – society just can’t seem to get enough of these people.

Weird.

Images via Instagram/YouTube

Comments