Instagram has changed its TOS again — this time cracking down on sex workers who use the photo sharing platform to advertise their services.
Instagram’s new terms of service went into effect on Sunday, Dec. 20. The new TOS cracks down on any nudity and “adult commercial sexual services or prostitution activities.”
“Nudity” is defined as the state or act of being naked (full frontal nudity).
That new TOS will affect OnlyFans models sharing urls to their OnlyFan accounts, as well as rappers who post sexually explicit content on the platform where the majority of users are adolescents and minors.
You can either lose your login or keep it classy like @symply_tacha, who has 1.5 million followers.
Tacha’s page is filled with photos of herself fully dressed. Whenever she does show a little skin she leaves a lot to the imagination.
Instagram also cracked down on people requesting or offering or asking rates for escort services and paid sexual fetish or domination services.
In other words, if you wouldn’t say it to your mother or grandmother, don’t say it on Instagram.
Freddie Gibbs is among the raunchy rappers who lost his login after the new TOS went into effect on Sunday.
Gibbs is considering launching an OnlyFans account to share his explicit content after he was banned on IG.
Gibbs announced his banishment on Twitter.com on Monday, writing, “I just got banned from gram [sic]. Instagram banned me when I got my super powers,” he added in reference to the rumor that Black people gained super powers on winter solstice (Dec. 21).