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Bella Thorne SLAMS Instagram For Its 'Violation Rules' As Posts Are Removed

"Okay, first of all, they be f**king violating your s**t for s**t that was old! [...] Like, are you kidding me?" Bella Thorne says.

12 January 2021 by Fonticha Tran

LOS ANGELES - DEC 2: Bella Thorne at the Jingle Ball 2017 at the Forum

on December 2, 2017 in Inglewood, CA — Photo by Jean_Nelson

On January 12, Bella Thorne uploaded a series of Instagram Stories slamming Instagram’s new violation rules, and how it's affecting her older posts.


In the stories, Bella rants about the violation rules, saying that these rules weren't in place when she "posted" her older pictures.


“I just wanna talk about for a second, these new “Instagram violations”.

"Okay, first of all, they be f**king violating your s**t for s**t that was old! Like, as if you guys had those f**king violations when I posted that f**king pic! Like, are you kidding me?"


Bella then compares it to "banning alcohol" and then jailing those who drank it while it was still legal.

"That’s like banning alcohol from everyone here, and then being like, “Hey, by the way, you - you drink alcohol back when it was legal? [...] Well, guess what? Now you’re all in jail! F**k you! That is what Instagram is like right now.”


So, what exactly is Bella slamming Instagram for?


It appears that Bella's pictures on Instagram are being flagged for violating Instagram rules, and may have been removed as a result. However, these appear to target her older posts which Bella claims to have been uploaded before the new violation rules came into force.


Meanwhile, Bella hasn't always been against Instagram.


Back in October, Bella had praised the popular platform for removing its "cosmetic surgery” filters after concerns that they were negatively affecting users' mental health.



"So proud of Instagram for removing the plastic surgery themed filters I have been saying this needs to be done for a while this is not good for our mental health and stability ❤️❤️."

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Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates.  


Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy. 

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