Tuesday night, a social media influencer was reportedly arrested and charged with six felonies for allegedly cheering on looters as they ravaged stores in Philadelphia while livestreaming.
Dayjia Blackwell, also known as “Meatball,” was detained while she was broadcasting the looting of numerous establishments in Philadelphia by large groups of primarily teenaged thieves.
The social media influencer was detained after police allegedly followed her on social media to seven different locations in the city on Tuesday night.
She has about 190,000 followers on Instagram, over 465,000 followers on TikTok, and an OnlyFans account.
Philadelphia continues to be in absolute chaos. pic.twitter.com/hgMphlu8c9— Catch Up (@CatchUpFeed) September 27, 2023
Philadelphia continues to be in absolute chaos. pic.twitter.com/hgMphlu8c9
The 21-year-old Blackwell was crying in her mugshot and was charged with two misdemeanors in addition to six felony counts.
Authorities accused Blackwell of rioting with the intent to commit a felony, burglary, criminal trespassing, conspiracy, criminal mischief, and criminal use of a communication service.
Receiving stolen items and being in physically unpleasant or dangerous situations were the two misdemeanor charges.
The social media personality posted a notice of her $25,000 bond on Thursday morning.
Blackwell challenged the cops to arrest her as she was broadcasting live.
Blackwell can be heard repeatedly yelling, “Everybody must eat!” as hundreds of robbers ransacked a liquor store.
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