Police arrested and charged a Philadelphia woman with six felonies in connection to her alleged role in the mass looting that erupted in the city on Tuesday night — and her mugshot quickly went viral.
Dayjia Blackwell is a social media personality who goes by “Meatball” online and has nearly 200,000 Instagram followers and 400,000 TikTok fans.
She recorded herself laughing and encouraging the looting of retail stores during the mayhem on Tuesday night.
Her mugshot wasn’t so funny, it seems.
According to a report by The Messenger —
She faces six felonies including burglary, conspiracy, criminal trespass, riot, criminal mischief, criminal use of communication facility and receipt of stolen property.
Blackwell met bail of $25,000. After her release, she said in an Instagram video that she didn’t “even know what happened,” but vowed to “never again” repeat the behavior.
Take a look —
BLM is mad at the police for arresting Dayjia Blackwell, aka known as "Meatball," She posted livestream videos inciting #BLM rioting and looting in Philadelphia.
She was laughing while inciting a riot and now she’s crying in jail!
Everyone who looted the liquor stores,… pic.twitter.com/IYoiBkqFFQ
— Terrence K. Williams (@w_terrence) September 27, 2023
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