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Posted by jokerfish336 pts Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Seungri Deleted 27 Posts After Being Booked By Police

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Recently, TV Chosun's 'Current Events Show' raised speculation that Seungri, back in 2014, deleted evidence of police collusion for his car accident case. 

However, Seungri Instagram analytics show more recent proof of Seungri having deleting evidence from his Instagram.

Instagram analytic sites like Ninjalitics can track an account's number of followers, and posts. These numbers provided by the site are a net loss or gain figure for every 24 hour period (If account posts 1 new photo but deletes 2 photos the status will show -1 media post.) Fans can use these stats to spot accounts who are deleting posts or buying followers. Seungri's analytics show evidence of him doing both.

On March 10, 2019, Seungri was booked & marked as a suspect in his prostitution scandal. On that same day, Seungri and the day following  Seungri stats underwent massive changes.

Seungri had been steadily losing followers since late February. However, on March 10 and 11 Seungri's account suddenly gained net gained 29,244 followers after losing on average 1370 followers per day the previous week. This is the biggest follower increase in the last 4 months)

At the same time, his post count showed a net loss of 26 posts (Seungri announced his retirement on March 11; so to have a net loss of 26 he would need to have deleted 27 posts and added 1).

What posts he deleted is unknown, As is why. However, this is the first time in the last 4 month his Instagram has shown a net loss in posts.

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Heychica111312 pts Wednesday, March 20, 2019 2
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

So what...social media pages are public and can be manipulated at any time w thousands of people who can verify something changed. Not sure what this is supposed to prove but it's not evidence.

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MollyMia375 pts Wednesday, March 20, 2019 10
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

What, buying 30k followers?! But when celebrities' followings hit the millions range, loss/additions of thousands doesn't show up on the profile page. so why bother?

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