Bella Thorne’s social media suddenly has a bunch of risque photos on it, and fans are wondering whether the actress’s profile is hacked.
A few photos appeared on Thorne’s social media on Sunday which were even more revealing than what the actress usually posts. The pictures were also accompanied by the caption “#SlayEm HACKED” which led some fans to believe the actress’s Instagram had been hacked.
Others disagreed, pointing out that Thorne’s upcoming movie Assignation Nation has a hijacking plot, and has been using the hashtag #SlayEm in its marketing campaign.
One commenter wrote, “GUYS! She wasn’t hacked. This is promo for Assassination nation. The words ‘Slay ‘Em’ was used, and I’m pretty sure these pics are frames from the film when her character, Reagan, gets hacked.”
Given that the risque photos of Thorne are still up on her social media, it is unlikely that the actress was hacked.
In a later photo in which Thorne is putting on makeup while looking into the mirror, the actress addressed mental health and her struggles with suicide and depression.
She said, “I’m up and down most of the time I’m sad and confused about everything but yet so certain. I feel like my emotions are always all over the place and I can’t always contain them. I always wonder if I’ll find ME or is the person I’m looking at in the mirror..is that me? Is that all I have? Just me? It’s not just me. It’s all of us. If you are having sad thoughts call the suicide hotline they won’t Judge you. They’ll listen.”
She ended the movie by promoting her upcoming movie, Conrad and Michelle, in which the story of Conrad Roy is depicted, who committed suicide after being encouraged to do so via text message by his girlfriend, Michelle Carter.
Conrad and Michelle released in theaters on September 23, 2018.