This Australian Model Flipped Out When She Got Only 14 Likes On Instagram
Nov 11, 2015 12:26
Talk about chasing the likes and going overboard with it. This one Australian model is appalled at people on Instagram after her one post received only 14 likes on Instagram. Cassi Van Den Dungen decided to follow up with a public rant telling people they all suck.
Sour grapes perhaps? Or maybe she's just too damn boring.
Dungen launched her modeling career after becoming a runner-up on "Australia's Next Top Model." Her account only has 10,000 followers.
Her post said "Say yes to new adventures," and it only received 14 likes. Obviously, she doesn't quite understand social media. She was so shocked she decided to post a rant.
Her lengthy explanation on her Facebook page was meant to clarify why people suck.
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