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Instagram star sobs at the prospect of having to get a 9-5 job and says 'I'm, nothing without my following' after her account with 113,000 followers was deleted

A social media star has posted a tearful video online, sobbing over the prospect of having to get a 9-5 job after her Instagram account was taken down. 
Jessy Taylor, 21, from Tampa, Florida - who boasted more than 113,000 followers - said that she isn't cut out for work because she is 'worthless' and 'brings nothing to the table'. 
Sharing a video to YouTube, the vlogger explained she was in the middle of editing when she realized her account had been deleted, and that she fears she'll end up a 'homeless prostitute' without her Instagram account.
Breaking down in tears, she said that she needs her Instagram account for her career and can't go back to working at McDonald's - although she didn't specify exactly how she earns money from her account. 

It's believed Instagram deleted her account after it was reported as spam by trolls. 

She then launched a teary tirade against her trolls explaining that she was once a sex worker but got out of the industry and now makes all her money online. 
In the teary clip, which has racked up more than 183,000 views, Jessy says: 'I'm trying to get it back, I'm calling everybody I can and I don't know why it's not working out for me.
'I'm in LA because of this. I'm in LA because I want to be on Instagram. I'm nothing without my following, I am nothing without my following.  
'And when people try to hate on me or report me I'm literally trying to be a f**king better person.
'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.'
She continued: 'I know people like to see me be down and be like them and the 90 per centers - the people who work 9-5 - that is not me, I am in LA to not be like that.'
'I've worked so f****** hard to get to where I'm at and for that to get taken from me is the worst feeling in the world.
'It literally sucks having people want to come after you for no reason. I don't think people understand that this is my life.'
She has since set up a new Instagram account, which currently has 3,500 followers. 
'I was a prostitute. I used to strip every single day. I don't do that anymore because I make all my money online,' Jessy continued. 'I don't want to go back to that life.'
'From the bottom of my heart it sucks. And the people who are laughing at this and plotting to get my account deleted, imagine if you were in my shoes. I was abandoned by my family, I've been backstabbed by everyone I know.'
'Try to be in my shoes for once because I guarantee you, none of you would last in my shoes.'
She continued that she'd driven seven hours to San Francisco in the hope of getting her account verified
'What some of you guys have to realize is I have no skills, I'm twenty-f**king-thousand dollars in debt from college so I can't even go to college if I wanted to.
'I used to work at McDonald's before I did YouTube, Instagram, before I had 100,000 followers, before I had everything in my life I was a f**king loser.' 
She finished the clip by sharing that she fears she'll end up 'a homeless prostitute in the street doing meth.'
Jessy continued: 'Stop reporting me on Instagram. The last thing I want to be is a homeless prostitute in the f**king street doing meth.
'That is the last thing I want to do so stop trying to ruin my life for all the ice-decided trolls out there.' 
'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'm perfectly happy where I'm at. I have no job qualifications, I could never work a normal job.'
'I'm worthless I bring nothing to the table, zero. I bring nothing to the table when it comes to that.
'I'm always going to fight the people. I always get kicked out of places. I'm not work material I will never be work material.'
Despite the video calling out trolling, many people were critical of the emotion video.
One person said, 'The most pathetic thing I've heard in a while,' while another person wrote, 'This video must be a parody of modern day millennials.'
The comments kept pouring in with people judging the 'influencer' for her perception on how she needs to earn money to make it in the world.  
'I guess I'd be upset too if I got "paid" for not having to work,' one commenter wrote. 
Early Wednesday morning, Jessy addressed her critics in an Instagram story where she blasted them for judging her video and her lifestyle. 
'Mother f**kers need to shut the f**k up and go back to mother f**king work and get their mother f**king bag and don't mother f**king worry about me,' Jessy screamed at the camera. 
On top of her Instagram following, Jessy also boasts nearly 4,000 Twitter followers and 4,000 YouTube subscribers. She has also started a second Instagram account where she has built up a relatively-small following of just over 3,000 people.


  1. You pathetic piece of crap. What did you spend $20K for? An education? You should demand a refund as they completely FAILED to teach you anything.

    And we're supposed to support you and your lifestyle because you post a FN video online? Grow up and get a life or you WILL be homeless on the street doing heroin....meth is not your style sista.

  2. She looks like a joo to me....you know the kind that are allergic to WORK and want nothing to do with WORK....and like nice, cushy jobs...... Go back to being a whore....it suits you much better...