A former Olympic gymnastics star has clarified a video posted on her Instagram account, where she dances in her underwear, was not a hack.
McKayla Maroney is doubling down on the Instagram controversy she created over the weekend.
Now Maroney is at the center of another viral sensation, because of an Instagram video she posted Saturday.
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"I didn't get hacked. unfollow if u need to. all love", she wrote. "I still wish 'em well" she captioned one of the shots, firing back at people who slammed her for being a poor role model for young women.
I'm not sure why she did this, but I'm not mad at her.
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Palace came into the clash on the back of three straight defeats, a run that had drawn them back into trouble. Hull , however, will join Middlesbrough and Sunderland in dropping down to the Championship for next season.
"Makeup and a camera can really make you look like a different person", she said about not surgically enhancing her face. That ambition has made her an even stronger presence on social media, and she often posts photos of herself modeling crop tops and figure-hugging ensembles. "I don't mean to freak anybody out".
It also isn't the first time she has come under fire posting something controversial. "And for people saying that, for the most part - it would kind of hurt my feelings when you haven't done anything".
Five years later, McKayla Maroney is still not impressed.
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We are okay now. "We were united, very strong". "I hope Sunday will be the most special day in the last three seasons. Kane has proven to be one of the league's most prolific marksman and United's defence will be in for a tough time.