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Jason Derulo’s anaconda gets banned from Instagram

Jason Derulo

Jason Derulos ‘anaconda’ just got banned from Instagram because it “goes against Community Guidelines on nudity or s-e-xual activity” – and fans are calling it “DICKSCRIMINATION”! The Talk Dirty singer shared Instagram’s message about their guidelines in a post and wrote, “Fuk u mean? I have underwear on…” He also added, “I can’t help my size…”

Swipe right left and you’ll see the image they banned. In it, the shirtless 30-year-old is wearing black boxer briefs and appears to be getting out of a steamy pool?

Jason Derulo

According to E! News the photo was taken in Bali, and when Jason initially posted the picture in November, he pretty much broke the internet with the visible bulge her referred to in the comments as his “anaconda”. In the comments, users came to the singer’s defence.

“DISCRIMINATION” commented one user, another said, “You been shadowbanned.” For those who don’t know, according to The Economist: “A shadowban, in theory, curtails the ways in which that attention may be earned without blocking a user’s ability to post new messages or carry out typical actions on a network.

In other news – Busiswa Gqulu exposes all in her Documentary, including the Abuse by her baby-daddy

Having someone tell the most personal part of your life before you get the chance to can often be daunting, especially because people draw their own conclusions. That is what Busiswa Gqulu went through when news broke about the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of the father of her baby.

Busiswa Gqulu

In a captivating documentary, the musician bares all for fans as she narrates her story her way. Hope, resilience, and power is what fans are expected to witness when the documentary hits our screens. Her love for music, a poverty-stricken childhood, money, acquired fame, and the alleged abuse, is what viewers can expect to learn about when Busiswa welcomes them into her life. Read more

Source: Channel24