Yesterday we reported that Jessica Gipson was using her new followers from her Love After Lockup screen time to solicit money on Instagram. The Love After Lockup cast member’s Instagram page posted a screen shot of her cash app, insisting that fans of the show had asked her for it.
Love After Lockup News: Jessica Gipson Hacked?
After TV Soap’s article went live Jessica Gipson’s Cash App post disappeared from her Instagram account. The Love After Lockup cast member put up a new post claiming that somebody she knew had hacked her account and created a Cash App with her name and was asking her followers for money. Jessica insists that she had nothing to do with the Cash App account and says she “would never” ask people to send her money.
It’s not unusual for Love After Lockup cast members to try to make money off from postings ads on Instagram, selling Scentsy products, weight loss products, video messages, even greeting cards. But, even Love After Lockup cast members, despite their lack of social graces, know that it’s not classy to straight up post their Cash App and imply fans should send them money.
Love After Lockup News: Cash App Scam
So, did someone really hack Maurice’s wife’s Instagram and create a fake Cash App account with her name on it? Or is she backtracking because she got called out for it? Most likely Jessica Gipson (or her impostor) didn’t receive a whole lot of money from the post.
First of all, Jessica only has a couple of followers. Secondly, why would anyone want to send her money, just because she was on a few episodes of Love After Lockup?
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