As a popular influencer on Instagram, he has a career on Facebook-owned social media platforms.
However, Kurt Coleman blamed the website on Thursday, describing Instagram as “feeling sick” in a long anger about “censorship.”
“If everything I think or say is censored, can someone tell me a new app, for example? [to use instead]?? The 24-year-old said in a shirtless video.
Hysteria: Influencer Kurt Coleman (pictured) blamed Instagram on Thursday, describing Facebook-owned social media platform as “sick” in long anger.
Coleman had previously suggested that Instagram was “shadow banned” by sharing suspicious content related to Covid.
Shadow vanning is the act of hiding or restricting a user’s content without notifying the user that the content is occurring.
One of the followers of the social media personality suggested that action was taken because Kurt posted “anti-covid” content.
“If there are better apps, I’ll leave these apps,” Coleman said.
He then continued the fan’s hysterical comment, “I agree 1000 percent,” saying that the level of control Instagram holds is “scary” and “we don’t feel like we’re alive anymore.” ..
Paranoia: Coleman had previously suggested that Instagram was “shadow banned” by sharing suspicious content related to Covid.
This isn’t the first time Coleman has had a problem with a social media site, and he has blown up Instagram for not letting him publish the rant he wrote six years ago.
“I just wrote something very loyal to my heart, how do I really feel … and is this what I get? Help !!! I won’t let you post.” He wrote.
Kurt was able to get around the obvious restrictions on Instagram by filling in the rant behind the video in the gallery post.
Freedom Fighter: One of the followers of a social media personality suggested that action was taken because Kurt posted “anti-covid” content.
“What I wrote was called’fake reality’,” he wrote in the second slide of the post. “This video appeared in my Facebook memory six years ago.”
“At that time in my life, everything around me was fake,” he continued. “But I really believed it was real.”
He added that “the controls that are happening in this world” wanted him to change what he wanted from his future.
There’s a lot in his head: this isn’t the first time Coleman has had a problem with a social media platform, and he’s blown up Instagram because he didn’t let him publish the rant he wrote six years ago.