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16 Instagram Influencers Who Got Called On Their Bullshit

9. This Girl Who Never Went To Paris

Influencer Johanna Olsson was soundly mocked for a series of photos that were supposedly taken in Paris, but actually look like they were taken in her living room. People seem less offended by the lie than by how terrible the Photoshop is. Olsson claimed in a later Instagram story that she definitely did go to Paris—for real— but was unhappy with the pics she took so she threw a different background in there.  She also said she wouldn’t be taking the images down because they showed a “good outfit.”

10. The Influencer Who Posed In A Bikini In Front Of A Rice Field

With a caption that read: “Thinking about how different my life is from the man picking in the rice field every morning.”

11. Mommy Blogger Katie Bower, Who Posted About How Her Son Is The Least “Liked” Of Her Children On Instagram

Bower wrote, in a since-deleted post:

“Guys I am gonna be perfectly honest…Instagram never liked my Munchkin and it killed me inside. His photos never got as many likes. Never got comments. From a statistical point of view, he wasn’t as popular with everyone out there. Maybe part of that was the pictures just never hit the algorithm right. Part might be because he was “the baby” for a very short amount of time…And people like babies. I say all that because I want to believe that it wasn’t him…that it was on me. My insufficiency caused this statistical deficit because obviously my Munch should get ALL the love and squinty eyes are totally adorable. ☺️”

“So can we do this right? Because I truly KNOW that my Munch deserves alllllll the likes…whether or not a stranger gives it to them. And on his sixth birthday – I am thankful that I know that…that no matter what other people think of me or my kids or my marriage or my house or my life or my everything…that they are 1000000000x better in real life than any tiny little picture could hold.”

She explained the post in an Instagram story after it garnered swift social media backlash, saying that the rhetoric used was  part of her “personal growth journey” and “I had to learn that the likes do not reflect much to me.” She added, “I had to choose that, because I work with brands that tell you the opposite.”

12. All The Influencers Who Used The Malibu Fires For Thirst Trap Pics

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13. The Bride Who Chose Her Wedding Day To Post A Sponsored Ad For An Energy Drink

Ok, she is getting paid, but it’s her dang wedding day. To each his own  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

14. The Influencers Who Chose The World Trade Center Memorial As Their Modeling Backdrop

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15. Every Single One of these Influencers, Who Decided Auschwitz And The “Memorial To the Murdered Jews Of Europe” (!!!) Were Prime Locations For Photo Ops:

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16. And Everyone Who Agreed To Pay Real Money To Be Driven To The Most ‘Instagrammable’ Locations In Los Angeles:

More people who suck: