Lily Allen left Instagram after getting into a heated argument with a follower who claimed she ruined a pizzeria’s livelihood by posting a bad review of the restaurant.
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Lily Allen went back to Instagram and completely ignored her absence after deleting the entire account.
The 36-year-old has left the social media app after getting into a heated argument with a follower who accused her of “ending up” a pizzeria when she shared her disgust disgust at poor quality food.
On Thursday, Lily is back Instagram with a gallery of photos, including one of her and her husband David Harbour, with the Stranger Things star sweetly placing a kiss on her forehead.
In other images taken while living in New York, she flaunted her curvaceous figure in an eye-catching outfit consisting of a floral knit sweater and a pair of vibrant pink jogging pants.
Another photo is a matcha latte, and one is from her meal at upscale restaurant Eleven Madison Park, which focuses solely on plant-based dishes.
She captioned the slideshow with a waving emoji, and her fans are thrilled that the Smile hitmaker is back.
“She’s back!!! we miss you!! where’s the QUEEEEEN album now,” commented one follower.
“Oh, thank god you’re back, hate the world without you,” another added.
“Welcome back queen! We’ve missed you! ” a third wrote.
Lily’s return to social media has been teased by former collaborator Mark Ronson, who shared an image of her talking to musician King Princess in a post on his Instagram Stories.
The mother-of-two has chosen to keep her attitude low in recent weeks, after she left Instagram after engaging in a war of words with an annoyed follower in December.
Lily shared a photo of her disappointing takeaway pizza from Pizza Pilgrims on her Instagram Story and wrote shortly after: “Not very impressed.”
But she was soon targeted by a fan, who scolded her for sharing her opinion about the diner, and accused her of potentially “terminating” the business. small business.
“Brutal to this business, openly embarrassing them, yes!” they wrote, prompting Lily to reply: “They shouldn’t be in the pizza business if this is what they love. I paid for it, I have the right to express my displeasure”.
The follower continued with their attitude and said that Lily has “a lot of influence” and should have personally contacted the Pizza Pilgrims.
“Perhaps their one Instagram inbox would be enough, a post like this could end them,” they added.
“If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, restrict or unfollow me,” furious Lily.
“The world sucks sometimes, and I’m not here for nonsense. If you can’t call **t pizza here, we’re all dead,” she added, before apparently deleting her account.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/lily-allen-returns-instagram-ignores-26255534 Lily Allen returns to Instagram but ignores her absence after deleting her entire account