Blogger cries about having to get a 9-5 job after her Instagram account is mysteriously deleted
In this day and age, the prospect of having to get a nine-to-five job is something that many young people never really think about. This is mainly due to the rise in social media and the fact many millennials can -and do - make money from modeling, blogging, and vlogging on platforms like YouTube and Instagram.
However, what would happen if these platforms were to suddenly disappear? Well, one blogger who's finding out first-hand exactly what that would be like is Jessy Taylor, who has taken to YouTube to express how getting a nine-to-five job just "isn't for her" after her Instagram account was mysteriously deleted.
Check out Taylor's emotional melt-down in the video below:
Already in tears, the young star begins the video by explaining that her old Instagram account - which had the handle @jessytaylorduh - had been mysteriously deleted:
"I'm in the middle of editing and my Instagram account got deleted. I've tried to get it back, I'm calling everyone I can."
The blogger, who says she moved to LA to become famous on Instagram, states that her old account, which had racked up an impressive 113,000 followers, was taken down due to people reporting her and that she is "nothing" without her fanbase:
"I'm nothing without my following.
"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. 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."
The emotional blogger then said that she used to work as a prostitute and in McDonald's, and explained that she doesn't want to go back to either of those livelihoods:
"I was a f***ing prostitute. I don't do that anymore because I make all my money online.
"I don't want to go back to that life.
"What some of you guys have to realise is I have no skills, I'm twenty-f*****g-thousand dollars in debt from college so I can't even go to college if I wanted to.
"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.
"I have no job qualifications, I could never work a normal job."
Taylor then ended the video with the very passionate request:
"Stop f*****g reporting me on mother-f*****g Instagram. The last thing I want to do is be a f*****g homeless prostitute on the f*****g street doing meth."
Since the video was uploaded to her YouTube account on Thursday, it has been viewed more than 184,000 times, as of this writing. Unsurprisingly, Taylor's outburst has been wildly unpopular, with the video receiving 363 'Likes', against 4,200 'Dislikes'.
Jessy wrote in the description box of the video: "This is my beg for help if you know anyone who can get my account back please let me know this happend while i was editing my vlog from SF. [sic]"
Newshub reports that since her original account was deleted, Taylor was given a new account from one of her fans. At this stage, she has just 2,100 followers.