Well, it’s someone’s. There’s no real Jordyn Bailey.
Jordyn is the latest in spam via Twitter. It’s triggered when someone ‘favorites’ something you posted. This is how compliments are handed out on Twitter.
You look to see who favorited your tweet and on the other end is Jordyn’s picture and lots of tweets with links. They want you to click those links!
Recently I was followed on Twitter by Ava Gibson. Ava isn’t real either.
It’s always the same. Provocative photo. Attractive woman. Suggestive, but not enough to get the photo (and account) banned.
Ava is also big on linking.
Layla Burns says she’s from Des Moines. Her picture screams, “Iowa,” right?
This is really genius. They’re taking advantage of Twitter, human nature and me. There’s not much we can do.
I wish I had more real followers and fewer Jordyns, Avas and Laylas.