Vine star Amanda Cerny and social media influencer Lele Pons were known as best friends, everyone who knew either of them (or both) knew it. However, they just announced that their friendship is officially over! It may seem like blown-out-of-proportion girl drama, but it's waaaaaaay more than that. Follow along:
Amanda wrote a blog post to explain why she no longer wants to associate with Lele anymore, and it really doesn't look good for Lele's reputation if it's all true.
Amanda started, "OK well it all started six months ago when all of my photos and videos that were doing well on my Instagram kept being deleted. Same with my YouTube channel. Lele Pons was supposed to be my best friend…
Then I began to notice my photos being deleted, my videos being deleted and my account being put on private so no one could follow me. I immediately blamed The social media platforms and wouldn't even think it was her. This was happening to me nonstop until August.
Until I was at a barbecue with Lele Pons and we were all playing a fun game of charades and I see Lele get up as I'm telling a joke. I look over my shoulder and see Lele on her phone snapchatting and then realize wait… That's my phone. Take my phone back and my photo was deleted. So I knew it was her at that moment it all made sense."
Lele even ADMITTED to doing this, too.
Amanda continued, "The next morning I called Lele and asked her and she said, 'No way we are best friends I would never do that.' She came up to my apartment later and I asked her face-to-face and she look like she was lying and I demanded the truth from her.
She admitted to it all. She would even be by my side when I would realize my things been deleted and comforting me saying, 'Oh my goodness good thing I'm here and we are such good friends I will help you with this.' So manipulative." Oh my god..
Fans of both Amanda and Lele thought their friendship was so goals, considering they hung out almost all the time and celebrated birthdays together. It's so sad t see a friendship end this way, but it really goes to show that we can't trust people, even if they're super close to us.