Its look like a cleanup from the Instagram and it called online ‘Instagram Rapture’ This special task taken by the officials of the website to delete spammers from the website, which were being used by the advertisers to promote or being used to spam other accounts.

In this cleanup Million of Instagram users‘ accounts have been deleted.

Legitimate Instagram users are irate as they feel their accounts were wrongfully deleted on account of the few, and not many.

This deletion of accounts also affected top 100 Instagram accounts, Big losers were Justin Bieber, who is now minus(—) 3,538,228 followers and an online marketing specialist also in the list called Wellington Campos, which lost 3,284,304 followers — overnight.

I am not famous anymore:

Above line suits to an account on Instagram, as he (chiragchirag78) lost 99 percent of his followers – 3,660,460 – before he himself was deleted.

Instagram’s own account also lost 18,880,211 followers.

In a blog post earlier this month, Instagram warned its users about the upcoming deletion of the spammy accounts— “We’ve been deactivating spammy accounts from Instagram on an ongoing basis to improve your experience,” chief executive and founder Kevin Systrom wrote.

“As part of this effort, we will be deleting these accounts forever, so they will no longer be included in follower counts. This means that some of you will see a change in your follower count.”

Some of the users have a bad thinking for this deletion and some having a light talk about this, as a result of the deletion—Rapper Ma$e an account on Instagram deleted its account.

What you think about this deletion, we like to hear from you in comments :)



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