Chrissy Teigen: cheap real Instagram followers

Chrissy Teigen: cheap real Instagram followers

Chrissy Teigen exposed she no longer uses Snapchat so get cheap real Instagram followers now.

This happened after the corporation posted a controversial ad including Rihanna and Chris Brown that made light of domestic violence. Cheap real Instagram followers are available for us.

“I stopped using snap. The update, the constant complaints of people not being able to find me, plus the Rihanna poll…no bueno,” the Lip Sync Battle host tweeted on Saturday, March 24. It looks like Instagram is winning now so buy cheap real Instagram followers. The post has been liked more than 38,000 times and retweeted over 2,500 times.

Snapchat lost $800 million in its stock market value after the app dispatched an ad that requested users whether they’d prefer to “slap Rihanna” or “punch Chris Brown.” The ad, which referenced an occurrence before the 2009 Grammys where Brown beat up his then-girlfriend, encouraged Rihanna to convict the company: “You spent money to animate something that would intentionally bring shame to DV [domestic violence] victims and made a joke of it!!!” Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, took the company to task and said, “They should change their name from Snapchat to Tone Deaf.”

Snapchat later make an apology for the incident, saying that the ad was “approved in error.”

When a admirer pointed out to Teigen that discontented celebrities who protest about Snapchat cause staffs to be fired and recommended they work with the company to find a solution, the model replied, “Except concerns have been brought up for months and this isn’t different from any other company where quality affects sales. Everyone has been very vocal about the changes and frustrations. Consumers shouldn’t *have* to work with companies beyond that.”

2018 has not been the best year for Snapchat. Not only are users irritated with the app’s recent improvement, but after Kylie Jenner tweeted, “does anyone else not open Snapchat anymore? Or is it just me,” the company’s stock allegedly fell more than 7 percent.