Instagram To Takedown Celebrity Eggplants?! Beware August Alsina, The Game & Usher Team Curtains November 28, 2015 The new trend of male celebrities proving their manhood on Instagram is reportedly under threat! This year we’ve seen R&B crooners August Alsina, Usher, Omarion, Trey Songz & most recently Nicki Minaj’s ex- Safaree Samuels, all flash their boxer penis prints on their social media platforms, with aims for Insta-likes and ‘break the internet’ attention! But according to TMZ, this Instagram trend may be coming to an end real soon. The popular photo sharing app has a tough policy on such nudity, as seen below: Rapper The Game has had a month-long run of eggplant posting on Instagram. We’re told his images have been flagged so much that the app is in the process of telling the ‘Hate It Or Love It’ rapper that he must remove his sausage images or face a mass Insta takedown. The 35-year old LA rapper took to his social media to respond to the news, with caption: #MEATPRINTPAPI has spoken….. Now back to this Daddy thing I’m doing over here…. #HatersGoneHatePotatosGonePotate lmaoooo…. So if my account mysteriously disappear, IG hatin on a player & I’ll be on snap chat for the duration: “blackb0yfly” & if they do delete it…. All my women fans, post it in the name of my Instagram memory #LongLiveTheDingALingKing #UnBothered But is there a double standard? Female stars such as Kim Kardashian post their half-naked selfies to Instagram every other week flashing boobs, recently baring her ass with her pregnant belly. So why would his junk face a shut down?! Well, the pics which showcases The Game in his underwear were posted weeks ago and currently remain on his profile. For his fans, all good things come to an end, we guess… But maybe that’s the end of him posting his eggplants to Instagram. He can always upload them to Twitter or Tumblr! Share this TEA:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.