End of an era: Celeb Spellcheck announces he will DELETE Instagram for good – because it has grown too ‘big and powerful’ to enjoy it more
Popular gossip page Celeb Spellcheck will permanently delete her account on Monday.
Announcing the new shock via Instagram Stories on Sunday, the anonymous user behind the account explained that the page had grown “ too big and too powerful ” to take advantage of it.
“After weighing so many options, now is the time for me to say goodbye to Celeb Spellcheck,” the user wrote.
End of an era: Popular gossip page Celeb Spellcheck will permanently delete her account on Monday (stock photo)
“This account has grown too big, too powerful, and too long for me to use it any longer.”
The page, which shares user-submitted gossip and pokes fun at D-List celebrities for their typographical errors, went on to say the farewell was by choice.
“There is no outrageous reason behind this decision – I am in no way threatened, pursued or controlled,” they wrote.
Goodbye: ‘There is no outrageous reason behind this decision – I am in no way threatened, sued or checked,’ they wrote, telling their 162,000 subscribers.
They continued, “I will permanently delete the account tomorrow.”
Celeb Spellcheck then thanked his 165,000 subscribers, writing: “Thank you very much to everyone who followed and supported the page.”
In March, the page said she was taking a hiatus after completely erasing her lens, which saw a number of local celebrities rejoice.
Celeb Spellcheck Explained
Celeb Spellcheck started a few years ago as an account poking fun at the bad spelling of Instagram models, but has since grown into a platform to hold influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behavior.
The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip on influencers.
Celeb Spellcheck has drawn criticism in recent months, with figures like Tayla Damir accusing the page of ‘harassment’.
The profile administrator later said they were “ taking a break ” and denied rumors that they were forced to close their doors due to legal threats or risk having their identities revealed.
After reassuring fans that they were doing “ absolutely fine, ” the account owner explained his sudden decision to delete the profile.
The person behind the account admitted that they are considering whether or not to reveal their identity and whether or not to monetize the page.
Faded away! Celeb Spellcheck, who shares user-submitted gossip and pokes fun at D-List celebrities for their typographical errors, completely wiped out their records last month.
Respite: The likes of Ruby Tuesday Matthews (pictured), Keira Maguire said they were happy Celeb Spellcheck went out of business last month
They also said they were considering whether to ‘dabble in gossip’ in the future.
Celeb Spellcheck started a few years ago as a mocking spelling account on sponsored Instagram posts, but has since grown into a platform for influencers to report their lies and irresponsible behavior.
The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip, and recently shared a video of former Bachelor star Laurina Fleure sniffing powder at a party.
Due to the nature of its content, Celeb Spellcheck has been publicly criticized by a number of influencers.
Love Island star Tayla Damir and Skye Wheatley were among the celebrities who heavily criticized the account.
Her opinion: Ruby argued that gossip accounts mobilize trolls to attack influencers on their own accounts ‘in a really negative and horrible way’
Who is Celeb Spellcheck?
Celeb Spellcheck’s administrator never disclosed her name, but offered biographical information in her Q&A, including that she is
- a woman in her twenties (she turned 28 in December)
- works in public relations
- is originally from the Mornington Peninsula but now lives in South East Melbourne
- is in a long term relationship
- her boyfriend and ‘three or four friends’ know she is Celeb Spellcheck
- is not friends with influencers and gets her gossip from her followers
Answer: The account has drawn criticism, with Skye Wheatley and Tayla Damir (pictured) accusing the administrator of ‘intimidating’ them by correcting their spelling