Belle Delphine Announces Her Return With New YouTube Video
Internet star Belle Delphine has announced her return, sharing a new YouTube video simply titled 'I'M BACK'.
The viral personality, whose real name is Mary-Belle Kirschner, found fame online for her self-proclaimed 'weird' content - having hit headlines last year when she started selling jars of her own bath water for $30 (£24) a pop.
While she rose to fame via Instagram, where she had millions of followers, she eventually got banned after 'violating nudity guidelines'.
In fact, she mysteriously disappeared from social media last year, having started posting much more sporadically - saying on Twitter in August that she had food poisoning, before returning briefly in October to say she'd been arrested before going AWOL again.
But after some time out of the spotlight, 20-year-old Delphine has now made her triumphant return, sharing a new YouTube video, in which she sings as the first line: "You were thinking I died? B**** surprise / I still got them double thicc thighs, no lies."
Later in the tune, the South Africa-born star said: "I trolled betas with my Pornhub / Betrayer, you nothin' but a hater, hater, clout chaser."
After she revealed her comeback on twitter, one fan wrote: "2020 is saved wtf."
Another said: "OUR QUEEN IS BACK."
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A third joked: "Bathwater is not safe."
The last time Delphine tweeted was back in October 2019, when she claimed she'd been arrested.
In a follow-up tweet, she offered a little more of an explanation - though the post probably raised more questions than it answered.
She wrote: "I stg this girl came to my party and stole my hamster. I have no idea why, or who tf does that? I spray painted the f*** out of her car and got arrested, at least I got my hamster back. B****."
Before that, she was busy selling bath water, having posted a NSFW advert promoting the whole thing.
According to Belle, the GamerGirl Bathwater was 'bottled while I'm playing in the bath. This really is bathwater.'
She added: "Disclaimer: This water is not for drinking and should only be used for sentimental purposes."
Sharing news of the unusual sale on Instagram, she wrote: "What was I going to do to top my Pornhub stunt? Well if you guessed selling my bathwater, you'd be right!!"
And if we take things back even further, the cosplay starlet was trolling her 3.8 million followers by pretending she was going to create her own Pornhub channel if one of her photos hit over a million likes, which it did - in fact, it almost gained double that.
True to her word, she did set up a channel with the porn site, but many of her followers' dreams were shattered when her clip Belle Delphine strokes two BIG cocks turned out to be her on a bed playing with a couple of stuffed cockerels.
Featured Image Credit: Belle Delphine/YouTube