She’s too over-nice for this bloody Tinder? You wish!
Anyway, Luna Benna (it would be interesting to know whether the name is fake or not) says she posted breath-taking photos in her Instagram profile and these pictures inspired bad guys to steal them not to consult dr. John Jerkoff but to create dozens of fake profiles of miss little princess. Tinder and Instagram got lots of claims and banned all the profiles just in case.
The chick says that back then in 2017 she was dumb and looking for a relationship. Well, three years later nothing changed — she is still dumb. She says she joined Tinder to find the love of her life (or more likely a one night stand), but come on, let’s be realistic here! A chick started surfing Tinder in 2017. No descent guys within 3 years? Really? Like REALLY? Looks like she is just one big attention whore.
Wait, there’s more! Now she says she found her perfect match right before the ban. And now she makes that poor guy create content for freshly created Insta-profile. Benna states that she knew the guy in real life before seeing him on Tinder. There’s a chance she just asked some random guy to pretend they are having a special bonding to calm things down a bit. But the situation still looks like she was banned for actually catfishing through her “career” on Instagram.
Be attentive guys! When you have first dates with a chick you picked up somewhere on the net, you should prepare yourselves for the huge difference between the photo and the real girl. There are no magic filters in real life. Too bad for Luna Benna and others who claim to be social media influencers.
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