Instagram 'Star' Cries Over Prospect Of Getting A Real Job

It sucks being a grown-up doesn't it?

Well for one young lady the real world is too much to handle and without her Instagram account, she would be a drug addicted prostitute on the streets.

Jessy Taylor, 21, of Tampa, Florida, posted a now viral video to her YouTube account after her Instagram account kept getting deleted after people repeatedly reported it for being spam.

In the video, Taylor mentions she moved to Los Angeles to become an Instagram star and cries that she is "nothing without her following."

"The people who work 9-5 - that is not me, I am in L.A. to not be like that," Taylor said.

Her previous account boasted 100,000 followers and was used as her primary source of income.

"I want to say to everybody that's been reporting me, think twice, because you're ruining my life, because I make all of my money online - all of it! - and I don't want to lose that," she sobbed.

Taylor admitted to being a former sex worker and working at McDonald's, adding that she doesn't want to go back to that life because she has no real skills.

"I was a f***ing prostitute," she exclaimed. "I used to strip every single day. I don't even do that s**t anymore because I make all my money online. I don't want to go back to that life."

She ends the video with a strict demand, stop reporting her account!

"I'm not work material! I will never be work material!" So stop f***ing reporting me on motherf***ing Instagram!" she yelled. "The last thing I want to go be is a homeless prostitute in the f***ing street doing meth. That is the last thing I f***ing want to do so stop f***ing trying to ruin my life!"

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