It was quite the weekend for Instagram models who made their way to Atlanta for NBA All-Star festivities being held in the surrounding area.
During All-Star weekend, we saw a group of ladies rent a $19.99 U-Haul van to party around the city on the cheap.
Naw they in Atlanta wylin fareal, what this is a Uber Uhaul or a Uhaul Hotel Room? 😭 pic.twitter.com/UdvC6txaRJ
— Dash (IG: QCMedia_) (@JROD813) March 6, 2021
Now we’re learning about another woman who claims she went to Atlanta with only $400 and started a GoFundMe to be able to get back home.
I went to Atlanta for all star weekend with $400 only booked a one way because I was waiting on my unemployment to pay my way back but they baited I need help surviving and making back home to New York please anything will help!!!
LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO naw y’all gotta stop traveling pic.twitter.com/KgnfMOxrmF
— mrs. franklin saint (@ricchfever) March 7, 2021
Several people donated to the woman’s cause just to roast her in the GoFundMe’s comment section.
— J Spicoli🍍⚓️ (@ProcniCam) March 7, 2021
— Saronae 🧟♀️💎 (@GawjusSituation) March 7, 2021
The roast before the OF ad drop though 😂🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/oEHYsSHUeJ
— Tai Ritch (@_Enritch) March 8, 2021
the reviews funny af😭😭 pic.twitter.com/dEFldIV2Jp
— ib (@macaliniw) March 7, 2021
After the woman was able to successfully fund her GoFundMe campaign others began to try to do the same.
Now Everybody Need Help 🤣 pic.twitter.com/04DfNL6yHy
— Ayo Pierre 🦍🇭🇹💸 (@Hotboii_Pierre) March 8, 2021
Wheeeew allstar got all the scammers activated eh lol pic.twitter.com/EfKOx4bvxY
— Low (@Phenomenon974) March 8, 2021
People have begun to report these GoFundMe pages as scams and it’s unclear if the woman who raised money towards her goal will be able to cash out.