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Instagram isn’t winning any new friends these days after changing its policy.
In fact, it keeps losing some of its besties as celebrities are dissing their former BFF.
After a few celebs bailed on the Instagram party right after new terms were announced, more have followed suit and are standing up against these evil changes.
Loyal Instagram-ers like Kim Kardashian are feeling heartbroken over the situation.
But what's Kim Kardashian without Instagram photos of herself??
I really loved Instagram :-( I need to review this new policy. I don't think its fair.
— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) December 18, 2012
And, of course, her sister Khloe Kardashian is right there with her as she revealed her plans:
Wow…I just read over Instagram’s new policy…so sad, looks like I might be deleting my instagram after Jan 16. I hope something changes
— KhloéKardashianOdom (@KhloeKardashian) December 18, 2012
Facebook, aka weird kid brother who steals all our shit, get out of our Instagram! You ruined the party. I hate you. news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-5…
— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) December 18, 2012
#Instagram will now be able to use anyone's photos in ads? Without consent? Come on! Is there another photo app people recommend?
— Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) December 18, 2012
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) December 18, 2012
I am so mad at Instagram!!!!!!! It was my happy place. I’m gonna delete. Sigh. Not until the new year though….
— Emma Roberts (@RobertsEmma) December 18, 2012
Instagram has pissed of these celebs more than Brandi Glanville pisses off her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates!
There is still a lot going on with this news, but sounds like you better play it safe on Instagram for now.
Watch what you post!
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