Calm Down, Everyone: No Nudes Have Been Found On Delphine’s OnlyFans

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Belle Delphine’s “I’m Back” is a viral music video posted by e-girl Belle Delphine on June 17th, 2020, as an announcement of her return to social media, with Delphine launching an OnlyFans account. The announcement sparked multiple memes about Delphine’s return, while the music video has been used in edits.

Origin

On June 17th, 2020, e-girl Belle Delphine posted a music video “I’m Back” to YouTube, announcing her return to social media, including new Instagram, TikTok and OnlyFans accounts. The video, a remix of 6ix9ine “Gooba,” received over 2.7 million views on YouTube, with a Twitter post linking the video gaining over 26,700 retweets and 147,800 likes.

The lyrics of the song are based on Delphine’s online history as an influencer and recount notable events connected to her such as her SFW PornHub account and Delphine selling her bath water. The lyrics also reference a number of popular online memes such as Begone, Thot, “Omae Wa Mou Shindeiru”:mes/you-are-already-dead-omae-wa-mou-shindeiru, Doomer, Chad and others.

You were thinking I died? Bitch, surprise
I still got them double-thick thighs, no lies
I get down and gobble, gobble up, with my booty up
She be going wobble wobble up, here’s a big duck
Slide, slide in the peanut butter, don’t Zucc her
Who actually regrets me? My mother
I trolled betas with my Pornhub, betrayer
You nothin’ but a hater hater, clout chaser

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The announcement and the video was followed by multiple memes on Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms. For example, on June 17th, 2020, Twitter user @napsintern posted a meme that received over 1,900 retweets and 11,400 likes (shown below). Oh the same day, Funhaus posted a reaction GIF which received over 30 retweets and 650 likes on Twitter.

On June 17th, Instagram and YouTube user largetrap posted an Star Wars meme referencing Delphine’s return. The post received over 324,400 views and 102,800 likes on Instagram in 12 hours, with a repost by Instagram account memeblox gaining additional 136,300 views and 30,000 likes.

On June 17th, both Instagram and TikTok accounts launched by Belle Delphine were banned. On the same day, several YouTubers posted videos in which they reviewed Delphine’s OnlyFans account, which as of June 18th did not contain any nude photographs. For example, on June 17th, 2020, YouTuber Kavos posted one such video, gaining over 268,900 views in one day (video shown below).

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