” Social media is a lie ,” Hanna said.” I had the thought,’ what if I could get the Coachella Instagram paintings without going to Coachella.'”
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Hanna documented how she did it in a YouTube video, which now has nearly 3 million views, the New York Post first reported. She first did a photoshoot at Marina del Rey, and then photoshopped the photos of herself into “Coachella.” She even made her own “Coachella” wristband.
She was inspired by other influencers, many of whom faked elaborated trip-ups to places like Disneyland.
In the video, Hanna admits that she is not the biggest fan of Coachella. She also said that she doesn’t think a lot of other people who enjoy it either–they just go for the’ gram.
” There’s a lot of those persons who go to Coachella, who do not enjoy the experience, just because they’re going for Instagram images ,” Hanna said.” And that to me feels stressful .”
She said people spend thousands of dollars and take weeks to prepare for Coachella. Hanna said that she even knows people who bring doubled the outfits to weekend one of Coachella to feign like they also went to weekend two.
” It feels like a lot of work for something you’re not relish ,” Hanna said.
She said this plot just proved how easy it is to fake things on social media.
” The whole day I was living my best life at Coachella, I was genuinely simply sitting in this editing chair ,” Hanna said.” I know people look at people on Instagram and social media, and they suppose,’ wow their life is impossibly perfect …’ so much of it’s fake .”
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