Instagram influencer who cried over 9-5 job reveals she called the police when she lost her account

Instagram influencer who cried over 9-5 job reveals she called the police when she lost her account

After her Instagram account with 113,000 followers was mysteriously deleted, 21-year-old Jessy Taylor uploaded an emotional video rant. With tears trickling down her face, the 'influencer' blamed the deletion on trolls, and freaked out over the possibility of having to get a 9-5 job. (The horror! Can you imagine?)

"I'm nothing without my following," wailed Taylor, who said she recently moved to Los Angeles for her career, whatever that is. "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."

"I know people like to see me be down and be like them and the ninety percenters - the people who work nine-to-five - that is not me," she continued, while reaching an astonishing new level of cringe. "I am in LA to not be like that. I've worked so f*****g hard to get to where I'm at and for that to get taken from me is the worst feeling in the world."

Check out Taylor's emotional meltdown in the video below:

The emotional blogger went on to say that she used to work as a prostitute and at McDonald's, but does not wish return to those industries. "I don't want to go back to that life," she sobbed. "What some of you guys have to realize is I have no skills... I used to work at f*****g McDonald's before I did YouTube, Instagram - before I had 100,000 followers. Before I had everything in my life I was a f*****g loser."

"I'm not saying there's anything wrong with working at McDonald's because I worked there but I don't want to go back to that life," Taylor added, after realizing that the next time she orders food at Mickey D's someone will probably spit in her food.

Here's Taylor's follow-up video slamming her 'haters'

Taylor uploaded her quarter-life crisis to her YouTube channel, which has gotten more than one million views. Unsurprisingly, her video got a negative reception, with 1,000 likes and 20,000 dislikes. "The most pathetic thing I've seen in a while," commented @Tremere. "hi how you doing. ill have a big mac combo with coke. thanks," joked @em23. And some commenters, like Ricardo Pereira, accused Taylor of making racist comments on her Instagram account; if true, that would explain its deletion.

As the backlash grew, and it was revealed Taylor came from a wealthy family, she posted another YouTube video slamming her haters. "The hate comments don't get to me. I just laugh at them - to a point," she said. "Just because my parents are rich, doesn't make me rich. This whole house that you f*****g see me recording in is my place. I paid $7,500 just to move in here."

Then she showed off some of her pricey accessories, which will never make up for having an obnoxious personality.  "This Gucci bag," Taylor said. "I literally worked so f*****g hard for it. This is all my money. This isn't mommy 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**k I want at this point, you know. I'm a grown ass woman. Stop treating me like some little girl."

On Friday, Insider published an interview with Taylor, where she revealed she called the police after her Instagram account disappeared. "I felt like it was a homicide," she told the news outlet. "Like somebody murdered me and then went online to say, 'I murdered this girl'. I called the police actually,"and told them about this, and they said, 'you can't compare a murder to this', and I was, like, 'no, that's exactly what it felt like'."

She also claimed that she made $500,000 from her Instagram account in three years, but "that money does not last." "You go to the Gucci store a few times, you pay a couple of months of rent, I'm not rich like I used to be," Taylor explained.

Well, hopefully she doesn't have to go back to working at McDonald's. Those burgers are salty enough without crocodile tears.