Toilet Shots? When Bad Instagram Ideas Happen To Good Celebs

July 27, 2015  |  
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When you post hundreds of photos for millions of followers, you’re sure to make a mistake and share something NO ONE wants to see. These are good celebrities who had really bad Instagram ideas.


Putting your baby on Instagram in a revealing bathing suit? Many of Kimbella’s followers thought she could have done a better job thinking this mommy and me photo through.

Marc Jacobs

If it’s this easy to “accidentally” sext millions of followers a nude photo, maybe Marc Jacobs should rethink his use of the social media site.

Kim Kardashian

Should celebs know everything about the products they advertise to their followers? Kim Kardashian is currently under fire for advertising this potentially unsafe morning sickness drug to her millions of followers.

Shaq and Scottie Pippen

After you reach a certain age, Instagram beef should really be behind you. But watching these two basketball legends try and shade each other while mastering Photoshop was truly hilarious.

Justin Bieber

Baring it all on Instagram is never a good idea when you know good and well that the Internet might react like this.

“El Chapo”

If you’re a Mexican druglord who recently escaped from prison with a manhunt that is all over the news, posting Instagrams of your journey to freedom might not be the best idea. Especially since the last guy to do this was caught soon after.

Adrien Broner

Posting Instagrams of guns on social media? After boxer Adrien Broner’s fans pointed out that this isn’t even hot in the streets anymore (not to mention a dumb idea), Broner stated that he was just on a trip to the museum and posing with the artifacts.

Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen had to post this photo on Instagram when her original NSFW #FreeTheNipple post was taken down for nudity. Teigen posted the photo three more times, but Instagram does not play with its nudity laws.

Kylie Jenner

Rock cornrows on Instagram and Amandla Sternberg will come for you. But Kylie Jenner and her supporters didn’t think this was an Instagram misstep.

Chet Haze

Tom Hanks’ son Chet Haze became the latest White celebrity to think it’s OK to drop the n-bomb on Instagram. The social media site responded by deleting his account. A few days later, it was back up. Maybe papa Hanks stepped in to intervene?

Mariah Carey

After drooling over Carey’s shoe closet for hours, here’s a word of advice for the legend: Don’t make your followers die of jealousy.

Nicki Minaj

Everyone loves an Instagram shot of a celebrity engagement ring. But not when that star won’t announce whether or not she’s engaged and whether or not what she’s wearing is an engagement ring. We know Minaj loves to tease her followers, but c’mon!

The Game

We know The Game just wants everyone to know he’s on the grind. But anytime your Instagram idea involves a public toilet, you probably need to think twice.


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