Instagram Model Who Quit Social Media Being Called Out By Friends for Being Fake
Nov 05, 2015 16:26
You must have read Essena O'Neil's social media exit a couple days back. She has since deleted all traces of her life online from Instagram and YouTube. Despite that, two friends of the former Insta-Celeb are now claiming that it was all an act and a publicity stunt.
No longer online:
No trace left!
Twin sisters Nina and Randa Nelson released a video on their YouTube channel adding commentary to O'Neill's video. They believe she made a number of false and exaggerated claims about her success and career.
They hint that her social media crisis may have been prompted by a bad breakup with one of their friends who she met while in Los Angeles.
But O'Neill caught wind and shot back on her blog:
And yes, I quilt all of social media. With 570,000+ followers on Instagram, 250,000+ subscribers on Youtube, 250,000+ on tumblr and 60,000+ average views on snapchat. Tumblr and Snapchat gone forever.
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