Belle Delphine has returned to the internet after a seven month absence, with a bizarre video that appears to mocks the death rumours that previously circulated about her.
The UK-based model, who was renowned last year for selling her own bath water, has made her comeback.
Uploading her video ‘I’M BACK -belle delphine,’ she danced to a song which begins with the lyrics: ‘You were thinking I died? B***h, surprise.’
She goes on to sing: ‘I still got the double thicc thighs, French fries.’
Making sure she gets those 2020 references in, Belle goes on to mention Elon Musk and Grimes’ baby, before plugging her TikTok.
‘Elon’s baby eats Mars rock,’ she declares. ‘Now I TikTok, begone thot.’
Meanwhile, the song also sees her reference the splash she made on the internet by selling her bath water last year, as she sang: ‘Bathwater sold out, big sad.’
Sharing the video to Twitter, she simply wrote: ‘I’m…b..back ???’
Belle was at the centre of death rumours last year, which seemed to have started as a result of a video she posted on Instagram on 19 February that showed her dressed in anime-style cosplay and dancing to a song about suicide, before she brandished what looked like a (presumably fake but very real looking) gun.
don’t worry senpai, I’ll defeat the boss for you!
This caused quite the stir among her then-close-to-three million Instagram followers, with some saying the post made light of suicide, and others speculating as to whether or not Belle had actually died.
She later became an unexpected entrapeneur, selling out of her own bath water, which she sold online.
Belle told Metro.co.uk of the business venture: ‘So, there is a joke in the community among gamers where they will comment on a post saying “let me drink your bath water”.
‘And although it’s a joke I just kind of found the idea of turning it into a reality and actually letting people own my bath water funny.’
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