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The singer Rihanna has had several problems with Instagram, which does not tolerate the publication of nudity, whether total or partial. In 2014, she began to "test her patience" on the social network, posting photos of a highly sensual shoot she had done for Vogue magazine. But it was only when the singer shared the cover rehearsal for the French magazine Lui, in which she appeared topless in many photos, that Instagram decided to ban her account. After returning to the platform, about six months later, Rihanna published a drawing that appeared hand in hand with the Instagram logo, indicating that they would have made up.
This is yet another case of nudity banning. Also in 2014, Instagram removed a photo in which actress Chelsea Handler appeared topless on top of a horse. The image was a parody of a famous click by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who posed under the same circumstances. "Remove this sexist photo. I have every right to prove that I have a better body than Putin," wrote the actress when republishing the content.
In 2017, businessman Rob Kardashian had his Instagram account suspended after publishing revenge porn. He released intimate photos of the then companion, Blac Chyna, claiming that he had been betrayed by the model. The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star returned to the social network with the help of his mother and sister, who asked fans to follow Rob's new account.
According to the TMZ website, however, the Instagram ban is still in effect, and the businessman is not allowed to manage his own account. According to the biography of @RobKardashianOfficial, the profile managed by Jenner Communications, and Rob does not publish the contents.
4. Hugo Gloss and other bloggers
Blogger Hugo Gloss has already been banned from Instagram for copyright infringement Photo: Reproduo / Instagram
The accounts of Hugo Gloss, Tia Crey, Nana Rude and other famous bloggers were deactivated from Instagram for lack of credit and misuse of images. The case happened in 2018, when photo agencies and TV stations complained about the use of records without a contract or authorization. Hugo Gloss's team contacted the complainants, who undertook to withdraw the complaints after clarification from the advisory. That done, the blogger proceeded with the account recovery process with Instagram Brasil.
To avoid having your account suspended for similar reasons, Instagram advises that you only post images of your own. If you are sharing content produced by third parties, be sure to collect their authorization and give due credit.
In 2014, former American Vogue model and creative director Grace Coddington had her account blocked after posting a caricature of herself with her breasts exposed. Despite being just a drawing, the illustration contradicted Instagram's strict policy against nudity.
"We know that there are cases where people may want to post nudity images of an artistic or creative nature. However, for various reasons, we do not allow nudity on Instagram," explains the social network in the Community Guidelines. The publisher's fans came out to his defense, and the profile returned to the air shortly after.
In 2014, Australian singer Cody Simpson posted a photo on the balcony of his apartment, facing the beach. But it was not the sight of the property that caught the attention of the musician's followers. That's because Simpson was naked, with his butt completely exposed in the image. Having censored the post and Instagram account, he used the Twitter profile to comment on the situation. "It looks like Instagram didn't like my butt," he added.
Photo with double meaning took exclusion from the account of singer Wayne Coyne Photo: Reproduo / Instagram
In 2013, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne had his account banned from Instagram after posting a photo in front of a graffiti wall with a drawing of a nude psychedelic being. Despite the singer's pose covering the woman's genitals, the image contained sexually explicit content, which is prohibited by the social network. The musician was unable to recover the suspended account and created a new profile.