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Instagram Deactivates Tunde Ednut’s Account Again

Oluwaseye Ogunsanya January 13, 2021 13


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American photo and video sharing app, Instagram, has suspended the account of a Nigerian artiste turned blogger, Tunde Ednut once again barely three days after hitting one million followers.

Few weeks after his previous account was removed from the Facebook-owned network platform, Ednut’s account was again deactivated on Wednesday.

On December 22, 2020, the controversial celebrity blogger’s account (@tundeednut), which had nearly 2.6 million followers, was suspended indefinitely over claims that it violated the app’s terms and conditions.

The suspension hinged on the back of claims that Ednut had shared a series of posts which allegedly focused on degrading and body-shaming women, cyberbullying fellow celebrities, and engaging in spamming activities that went against Instagram’s policies.

On January 10, the ex-singer rejoined the platform with another handle (@kingtundeednut) and in less than three days attained over 1 million followers because of the support from some Nigerian celebrities.

However, the account was deactivated for the second time, stirring a lots of mixed reactions on Twitter.

In its ‘account disable policy’, Instagram stated that: “We disable accounts that have a certain percentage of violating content. We are now rolling out a new policy where, in addition to removing accounts with a certain percentage of violating content, we will also remove accounts with a certain number of violations within a window of time.

“Similarly to how policies are enforced on Facebook, this change will allow us to enforce our policies more consistently and hold people accountable for what they post on Instagram.”

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