Influencer Em Davies ate marijuana brownies before boarding a planeafter polling followers on Instagram story , I found it confusing . Bari.
The founder of Perth, Australia-based Venem clothing, was wrapped with a friend in a car en route to the airport earlier this week. I posted a picture of me holding a brownie.
"Are you going to regret eating this weed brownie on your way to the airport?" the caption read out along with a "yes" or "no" vote.
Story was deleted within reportedly minutes, but not fast enough: Influencer Watchdog Celeb Spellcheck took a screenshot and posted it to 239,000 followers.
"Em D (MA) & Lil' Brownie," they captioned her grub on screen, hinting that the brownie may have been laced with marijuana. Dozens of followers of the
account flooded in with comments, many of them accused of Chappelle Corby smuggling marijuana to tourists, an Indonesian state noted that he spent nine years in the infamous Kerobokan Prison. A hotspot for boogie board bags.
"Shapell (sic) Corby screaming," she wrote one.
"Did you forget that the Border Force has drug dogs? Another commented, while a third wrote, "Lmao the world's biggest frog. The Indonesian government won't be so impressed if they eat it and get well."
Others declared that Davis' behavior had "embarrassed them a second time" and "couldn't have been more stressful".
Many people also wondered if Davis intended to share the story only with her closest friends and not on her public profile. There is," one person concluded.
"This was for a close friend, right?"
News.com.au reached out to her Davies for comment.
This isn't the first time Davis has been called out of the account for publicly sharing a photo of her with her 368,000 followers.
Last year Celeb Spellcheck shared a snapshot screenshot . She takes drugs before boarding the plane.
"I don't have my ID because I'm sick. I've been writing lines with my ID all weekend. I can't get on my flight because it's linked to an international flight, so I'm going to take another flight. You'll have to wait 4 hours to get it :)," read the text accompanying a photo that allegedly contained a filtered image of Davis.
Davies apparently rewrote her friend's story to Celebrity, calling out the scrutiny her spelling received after sharing an image of her.
"It's so sad how much time and energy people waste ripping other people, mostly online and about what they do themselves."
"How perverted is that? Contributing to a situation that is detrimental to a person's mental health is simply not cool.
" Why does kindness seem so undervalued these days?"