‘F*ck Liam Payne’ Cheryl Cole’s Instagram has left fans REELING


After Cheryl Cole and Liam Payne's fans and followers went into meltdown over pregnancy rumours, the former Girls Aloud singer decided to take a break from social media.

Making the decision to disable comments, Cheryl then took a step back from Instagram before offering social media users the chance to consider their remarks in a message which read: "If the words you spoke appeared on your skin, would you still be beautiful?"

It seemed like Cheryl was totally done with the pregnancy narrative, and bailed from Insta as speculation was hitting its peak, so it's no surprise fans of the Geordie girl were left stunned when she appeared to return to the site with a few choice posts.

It looked like the singer had undergone a pretty intense attitude-change as she seemingly posted satanic images and wrote expletive-ridden messages aimed at her current boyfriend.

So far, so not Chezza, right?

"F*ck Liam Payne" appeared alongside an inverted cross while "Hail Satan 666 b*tch. That's what we do" accompanied another unsettling image.

While fans initially seemed stunned by the change of direction, it wasn't long before they realised Cheryl had clearly been hacked and were quick to say as much online.

"Okay, you can stop now," wrote one fan while another added:" This isn't Cheryl at all." (Nothing gets by these lads)

The posts have since been deleted.

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