The infamous teenage internet celebrity who gained popularity overnight, all thanks to a video of her sucking on her own used tampon, is allegedly dead. Giovanna Plowman's mother had taken to her Twitter account and announced the death of her daughter. Now is all the talk true or is this another one of Plowman's stunts for more fame?
Giovanna Plowman is known as the internet sensation called, "Tampon Girl." All thanks to a dare, Giovanna had to suck on a bloody tampon which had of course catapulted her into fame. Though not everyone is rooting for the video, some have expressed dire hate and disgust at Plowman's act.
Even Hollywood celebrity, Ariana Grande made a comment at Plowman's video which led to an internet brawl between the two. After questioning Grande's popularity, Plowman went on to hit on other well-known celebrities and questioning their fame such as One Direction and Miley Cyrus.
Plowman's Twitter act of tweeting famous celebrities and her tampon-sucking video had caused ceaseless bullying. All thanks to that, the teenage internet sensation had said to have committed suicide. On Plowman's Twitter account, Giovanna's mother had sent out a tweet saying her daughter had committed suicide.
"Hello this is Giovanna mom. I'm very sorry to say that Giovanna has commit suicide on 1/27 at 8:17. I'm extremely upset with all the hate.." stated the tweet which was followed by, ".. she got. Yes I wasn't happen she eat a f*cking tampon but guess what? It was her like not your life. If you think what she did wrong you."
"Its funny how you guys don't like bullying but you were bullying my daughter. You guys are some real fake people. #ridiculous," continued Plowman's mom on the account.
With the account unverified, the "alleged" suicide of the 15-year old "Tampon Girl" remains to be confirmed. Internet users on the other hand are having the time of their life cyber bullying the "tampon girl" and her "alleged" suicide. Some have even come up with a sarcastic statement stating the loss of Giovanna Plowman in society.
"[G]iovanna just wanted to be famous like all of us. I can't believe they'd do this to her, just for expressing herself," said one YouTube user.
"We must stop these trolls! They're taking our youngest and brightest from us," stated a so-called spokesperson against bullying, Lindsey Siphers.