Keisha Johnson, The Confused Face Meme Girl, Sues Instagram for $500 Million


Uh-oh Instagram is in a lot of trouble…or are they?

If you have any access to social networks, without a doubt you have seen the photo above which have been created into dozens of memes that’s shared amongst millions of people—including celebrities.

The girl in the photo, Keisha Johnson, 16, is suing Instagram. Yikes!

According to, the teenager who resides in Birmingham, Alabama, is upset with the way her photo has been shared and mocked. She revealed that one of her friends took a photo of her and uploaded it to Instagram. Shortly after, her photo went viral and everybody started mocking her pose.

“My face looked ugly like I was about to throw up. I look nothing like that in real life… Im really a bad b*tch!” said Johnson according to


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  1. Tim said:

    I think you look cool in the photo. Yes I am sure that you have photos that capture you better but that was wrong for what people have done to you. I hope you win girl. That will teach people to think before they do something next time.

  2. sade said:

    well she should sue her friend because if you can sign up for instagram your old enough to read the by laws and know what you let your friend post of you will be on the internet she not a kid she’s a teen and as a teen you make decision that will affect you and most people look at photo’s before they post it to instagram. if she wins good for her if she lose welp she learned a lesson and if this is over how she look she need a lesson in vainty because she look pretty

  3. Anthony Gucci said:

    That’s the shitty face she’ll be making in court cause her friend should have read the user agreement. Insta owns everything that gets uploaded. Get a brain Internet! You became a meme. You should try to capitalize from it in other ways. It isn’t Mark Zuckerbergs problem you made a stupid face and are too uncreative to figure out how to make money from it. I bet you could have set up a Youtube channel called “WTF Ho?” or something else dumb and you’d be getting checks. Oh yeah, you a bad bitch alright…

    • Jeremy said:

      yeah that’s a REALLY good point. though terms and conditions aren’t necessarily ironclad, i’m pretty sure the court is going to see this as the responsibility of her friend, if anyone.

      and anyway, this picture is hillarious. that’s the face you make when you can’t believe how f***ing stupid someone is being. You’re damn right she should capitalize on it. Youtube channel, merchandise, etc.

  4. BobMarley said:

    If you click “accept these terms and conditions” then It’s not Instagram’s responsibility after that, it is yours. Also, I’m sure you are able to request photos to be taken down by request if you can prove you are that person etc. I haven’t read the Terms and conditions so i don’t know for sure, but I don’t think the uploader read them either.