Social media influencer Jessy Taylor burst into tears on YouTube after her Instagram account with hundreds of thousands of followers got deleted. In her recent video on YouTube, Taylor melted down after she found out that her Instagram account with 113,000 followers was deleted. Upon visiting her deleted profile, Instagram shows this message:
“Sorry, this page isn’t available. The link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed. Go back to Instagram.”
Apparently, Instagram deleted her account after multiple users reported it. It was not clear as to why users started reporting Taylor’s account in bulk. We have reached out to Instagram for comment on what led the company to delete Taylor's account and was there any community guidelines' violation.
Watch her video below:
In her almost 4-minute long video, Taylor repeatedly begged people to stop reporting her account. We have also reached out to Taylor for a comment. This is what Taylor had to say in her video appeal:
“I’ve worked so hard to get to where I’m at and for that to get taken from me is the worst f**cking feeling in the world. It literally sucks having people want to come after you for no f**cking reason.”
In spite of her emotional appeal, Taylor did not receive much sympathy in the comments. Some people in the comments said that she had purchased fake followers. Some people even vouched to report her new Instagram account.
“I'm going to create an instagram account to report your account now, thanks for the idea,” one user said.
“Social Media has destroyed civilization,” another user commented.
Meanwhile, Taylor has created a new account, which currently has less than 2,000 followers.
A 33-year-old man named Kyle Long was arrested last month after he showed up at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California and threatened violence over his deleted YouTube account.