An Instagram influencer has filmed her own breakdown after finding out her account had been deleted.
Jessy Taylor had more than 100,000 followers on Instagram but multiple people reported it for its abusive content, leading the social network to delete her account.
Taylor uploaded the footage to her YouTube account, where she sobbed for minutes while telling her followers she is "nothing" without them.
Showing a trendy disdain for the accurate meaning of adverbs, she also says that having her account deleted "literally sucks".
Taylor, who'd been earning a living from Instagram, goes on to say 9-to-5 jobs are not for her and she needs Instagram to survive.
"I've worked so hard to get where I'm at for that to get taken from me is the worst f*****g thing in the world," says Taylor, who has apparently lived a fairly sheltered life.
"Stop f*****g reporting me, bro," she adds.
Taylor says she worked at McDonald's and as a sex worker before earning her money on Instagram but also adds she has "no skills".
Shutting down any potential waitressing job offers, she says she "brings nothing to the f*****g table".
"I'm not work material, will never be work material," she adds.
Taylor, we kid you not, reportedly went to police after her account was deleted because, she says, it "felt like it was a homicide".
"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 said, according to Insider.
Taylor reportedly has a history of making racist comments on Instagram, which led people to report her to the social network hundreds of times.
She claims to have made $500,000 from her social media over the last three years but, in the tearful video, also says she is $20,000 in debt.
YouTube users, for the most part, have little sympathy.
"Imagine crying over a social media account," someone said.