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A popular social media user has decided to see if she was able to fake a vacation to the island of the gods. Instead of going to the popular tourist destination, it has, instead, we went to a nearby Ikea and a number of very specific angles, and to tempt its followers.
Natalia, Taylor posted several photos on her Instagram page, claiming to have been on a holiday in Bali, indonesia. The first set of pictures was of just the caption, “The queen has arrived.” The variety of photos showing Taylor at Ikea, but they have been shot, to cut out the most tell-tale sign of the shop.
Based on the comments, it seems that her followers believed that she was, in fact, on the island of Bali.
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Taylor also posted a video on her YouTube page, where she describes Bali as “the place to fake an influencer for a vacation and lie to all of my followers.”
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She goes on to explain that the point of the video is to see whether or not they are really able to ” fake it until you make it.”
“So, a lot of influencers now have actually been caught in the very act of pretending to be a destination, and if they’re not, and this is either Photoshop, or even in front of them,” she said.
The video shows her going around in an Ikea in the area, and the temporary image, while the customers continue to shop at the world around her. He stages some of the photos look like they were taken outdoors or in the bathroom.
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While she has worked hard to make the pictures look authentic, Taylor says, is that she deliberately told her the photographer was in some of the evidence that they have actually been in an Ikea. In spite of this, its adherents seemed to believe that the photographs as they are depicted online.
Taylor explains, This video is not sponsored by Ikea, although I’d like to think it is.”