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Rapper Boosie Badazz was kicked off of Instagram again after a slap video he shared went viral.

The scene was shot as part of his "Period" music video featuring fellow rapper DaBaby. The drunkard was hired and Boosie paid him more than $500 to take part in the scene. DaBaby contributed a sizable tip.

Still, the slap looked so violent and authentic that Instagram deactivated Boosie's account for violating its policy.

Boosie's IG was previously shut down after he posted videos of scantily clad women twerking.

Boosie lashed out at Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter.com on Sunday.

"@zuck u just a racist," he tweeted.

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Instagram has taken a significant step toward protecting children and teens from falling victims to depraved adults on the social media platform.

The social media site, which is owned by Facebook, will block adults from direct messaging children if the minor doesn't already follow them.

Instagram announced the new changes on Tuesday.

Minors who follow adults on Instagram will also receive notices if the adult has "been exhibiting suspicious behavior," such as sending "a large amount of friend or message requests to people under 18."

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Other prompts will remind teens not to feel pressured to respond to adults who are messaging them, according to the website.

Instagram said in order to make the new changes work, children must provide their real age when signing up for a new account.

"We require everyone to be at least 13 to use Instagram and have asked new users to provide their age when they sign up for an account for some time," the announcement reads. "While many people are honest about their age, we know that young people can lie about their date of birth."
 

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Instagram has changed its TOS again -- this time cracking down on sex workers who use the photo sharing platform to advertise their services.

Instagram's new terms of service went into effect on Sunday, Dec. 20. The new TOS cracks down on any nudity and "adult commercial sexual services or prostitution activities."

"Nudity" is defined as the state or act of being naked (full frontal nudity).

That new TOS will affect OnlyFans models sharing urls to their OnlyFan accounts, as well as rappers who post sexually explicit content on the platform where the majority of users are adolescents and minors.

You can either lose your login or keep it classy like @symply_tacha, who has 1.5 million followers.

Tacha's page is filled with photos of herself fully dressed. Whenever she does show a little skin she leaves a lot to the imagination.

Instagram also cracked down on people requesting or offering or asking rates for escort services and paid sexual fetish or domination services.

In other words, if you wouldn't say it to your mother or grandmother, don't say it on Instagram.

Freddie Gibbs is among the raunchy rappers who lost his login after the new TOS went into effect on Sunday.

Gibbs is considering launching an OnlyFans account to share his explicit content after he was banned on IG.

Gibbs announced his banishment on Twitter.com on Monday, writing, "I just got banned from gram [sic]. Instagram banned me when I got my super powers," he added in reference to the rumor that Black people gained super powers on winter solstice (Dec. 21).

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A sexy model is helping women catch their cheating men on Instagram by using herself as bait.

Paige Woolen, 28, who has over 200,000 followers on her main Instagram account, uses a fake account, @dudesinthedm, to reel in cheating men.

Paige, who lives in California, slides into the direct messages of men to catch them cheating, according to the Toronto Sun.

Paige's strategy is fairly simple: she uses her God given beauty to charm men who are more than eager to cheat on their significant others.

"I had been noticing a lot of guys that DM me on my personal account had profile photos with their girlfriends. It got me wondering if their girlfriends know or care that they DM random girls with photos in their bikinis," she told UK's Star.

"I personally believe snitches get stitches but I felt like using the power of Instagram for good and helping out my female followers. I posted a story about DMing their boyfriends from my main account to see if they would cop to having a girlfriend or not."

In one example, Paige slid into a man's DM and hit him with: "Just thought you were so so cute. Was hoping to meet up if you’re single of course."

She said the man, who had photos of his girlfriend on his Instagram page, replied instantly.

"I'm single enough," he told her, "do you have Snapchat?"

When she said she was in L.A., the man responded, "You're in LA? I'm there all the time for work, we should go out."

Paige doesn't take compensation for her good deeds. She gets satisfaction in knowing she helped a woman catch her cheating man.

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The Vatican is getting closer to solving the mystery of who 'liked' a bikini model's photo from Pope Francis' official Instagram account.

It's doubtful that the head of the Catholic Church 'liked' the naughty photo himself.

It's more likely that a Vatican official forgot to log out of the Pope's account before logging into his own page to browse the IG profiles of scantily clad models.

A sharp-eyed Twitter user spotted the Pope's 'like' and the post went viral on social media.

Barstool Sports captioned the freaky photo: "Pope Francis is horny as hell."

While Pope Francis is staying out of the controversy, Brazilian model Natalia is enjoying her newfound fame. It's not everyday that the Pope gives an Instagram escort his blessing.

"At least I'm going to heaven," Natalia joked.
 

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Lil Wayne and his on-again, off-again girlfriend Denise Bidot have apparently rekindled their romance and put the breakup rumors to rest. The two are following each other again on Instagram.

Blogger The Jasmine Brand reports the two are following each other after Denise abruptly dumped the "Lollipop" rapper for supporting President Donald Trump's re-election.

In her Instagram stories, a disappointed Bidot implied she split from the dreadlocked rapper over his political affiliations.

"Sometimes love just isn't enough," she wrote. They also unfollowed each other on Instagram. She was the only person Wayne followed until this past weekend when his follow count rolled back to zero.

A source said Denise was "shocked" when she saw Wayne posing with Trump in an official White House photo before the elections.

Blogger B. Scott also confirmed Denise broke up with Weezy and unfollowed him on Instagram.

The mom-of-one later deleted her Instagram, tweeting "Over it."

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Travis Scott can't take a joke. The mumble rapper deactivated his Instagram account after fans mocked his Halloween costume.

The 29-year-old Taurus fled Instagram late Sunday night after fans created memes of his costume and laughed at him, according to ComicBook.com.

Travis dressed up as the DC Comics hero and showed off the Michael Keaton-inspired costume, which was brown, while he posed next to his brown vehicles.

The detailed costume didn't get the response the hitmaker had hoped for, with many fans compared the costume more to a cockroach than the caped crusader.

While many think he deleted his page because of the costume, others speculated that Travis stepped back from the platform to release new music.
 

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A 26-year-old man is behind bars after kidnapping an 11-year-old girl he met on Instagram.com. In text messages, Keith Green told the girl to pack her bags without her name or initials on them.

According to Crime Online, he told her they would have to "lay low" for six or seven years until she was of legal age.

He also told her he was "risking his life to be with her," according to the police report.

The arrest report said Green intended to tell people the girl was his niece and that he gained custody of her after her parents died.

The text messages were deleted before police could read them, but the girl's mother told police she viewed the messages.

Green used Instagram to groom the girl, and the warrant said deputies used a photo posted to the girl's Instagram account to identify him.

The girl has been returned to her mother, according to WEAR TV.

Green will be extradited back to Orange County. He faces charges of kidnapping, interference with custody, and luring or enticing a child.

About 58% 0f children under age 16 have their own social media accounts, according to a recent study.

Parental advocacy groups are lobbying lawmakers to fine social media outlets that allow children to register accounts. Measures that social media outlets can take to restrict children on social media includes a button that users can press to alert them that a child has an account.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz sent a desperate message to Mark Zuckerberg after his Instagram page was banned this week.

Instagram bloggers who followed his account claim his IG was banned for constantly promoting suggestive photos from his OnlyFans account.

"They just took my Instagram," the 37-year-old said, addressing Instagram owner Zuckerberg in a video on Thursday. "Mark Zuckinburger, I need to talk to you. Bosses need to talk to bosses [sic]. I don't know what I did but I need my Instagram back. I don't even know what I did! But this is how I feed my family. Mark, do not do this to 2020. Do not take Boosie off Instagram! We need to talk, Mark."

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In February, Boosie was banned from a Planet Fitness gym in Georgia after he and his son disparaged Dwyane Wade's transgender child, Zaya Wade.

In May 2020, Boosie was heavily criticized for another deleted video in which he described hiring adult sex workers to service his teenage son and nephew. At the time he said p0rnography was more appropriate for children to watch than "cartoons with two men kissing.

Watch Boosie's desperate plea to Zuckerberg below.
 

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Lena Waithe is helping to pay the bills of Instagram users during the ongoing coronavirus lockdowns in America.

During an appearance on The Late Show with James Corden on Monday, the Emmy-winning screenwriter said she's been giving money to people on Instagram in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Waithe is giving money directly to people who need it through an app rather than donating to the political organization, since none of the hundreds of millions of dollars BLM has received in donations is going to Black communities.

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The 36-year-old Chicago native says giving money to Instagram users is a "humbling" experience.

"When the cameras leave and when the dust settles, Hillman Helps will still be here," she said, referencing her company, Hillman Grad Productions. "I'm a big believer in community, I'm a big believer in tribe."

Waithe noted she paid out almost $50,000 from her own bank account.

"We've literally just been going through the Instagram and people asking us for certain amounts and they're not asking for a lot," she said.

"It really has been a humbling and inspiring experience for me to talk to these people and to communicate with them. We've been able to help some folks out and it's been a beautiful thing."