Cosplay model Belle Delphine is well renowned for her intricate costumes and cosmetics. She gained notoriety after selling her “Gamer Girl Bath Water” online and has since been involved in a number of scandals that led to the suspension of her Instagram account. Who is Belle Delphine, the person behind her fame?
The cosplayer and baby doll model gained notoriety by uploading pictures of herself dressed as fairies and kittens on her Instagram account, which gathered over 4 million followers before being deleted in July 2019. She was renowned for frequently including the names of her followers in her photographic work.
|Bunny Delphine, Gamer Girl, Kitty Belle
|Date of birth
|October 23, 1999
|Cape Town, South Africa
|Belle Delphine age
|21 years old (as of 2020)
|5 feet 6 inches (168cm)
|Brown (wears wigs of various colours)
|Cosplayer, model, and internet personality
|$300,000 and $500,000
How old is Belle Delphine?
She was conceived on October 23, 1999. Accordingly, Belle Delphine will be 21 years old in 2020. What is Belle Delphine’s history She is from South Africa and goes by Mary-Belle Kirschner in real life.
She relocated to Lymington in the United Kingdom as a young child, where she attended the Priestlands school. However, she eventually left school at the age of fourteen since her true interests were elsewhere. She started off as a waiter at a restaurant before moving on to a coffee shop.
She also spent six months washing dishes in a kitchen. She handed out flyers for babysitting to her neighbors after she turned 16. She has worked as a nanny for various local families.
How did she become famous?
Delphine started sharing pictures of her cosplay on her Facebook profile when she was 14 years old. The page expanded quickly after she activated the follower option.
She gathered more than 100,000 followers over the next two to three years. Her supporters were mostly female during this time.
She bought a campervan a few years later and spent a month touring France. When she did arrive back, she had no idea what to do with the rest of her life.
She was absolutely disoriented at the time, but she also knew she didn’t want to have a traditional job. As time went on, she made the decision to seek a career in social media personality.
Before turning 18, she didn’t have a proper phone and had to get one in order to use Instagram. Her earliest Instagram post was made on March 28, 2015. She frequently uploaded content to Instagram between March and July 2015.
In 2018, she started sharing cosplay-related content on her Instagram account, portraying Disney princesses, Harley Quinn, D.Va from the video game Overwatch, and Princess Zelda from the Legend of Zelda series in manga style.
Ahegao is frequently used in her writing. Ahegao is a phrase used to describe a facial expression that appears frequently in Japanese animated porn called h*ntai.
It’s recognizable in characters drawn with their eyes rolled back and their tongues sticking out and is used to denote extreme pleasure, usually in women.
In 2018, Belle launched a Patreon which offers patrons access to regular, exclusive, and raunchy content, including access to her premium Snapchat, for prices ranging from $5 (£3.82) to $2,500 (£1911.06) a month.
A website noted that a fan spent $2,500 in exchange for a personal Skype conversation with Belle.
What happened to Belle Delphine on Instagram?
She rapidly grew the number of followers on her Instagram account, reaching more than 4.2 million by November 2018. Her Instagram account was reportedly suspended on July 19, 2019, as a result of a few people running a reporting campaign against her.
Later, a spokesman for Instagram claimed that her Instagram account was deleted because it had broken community rules. On July 30, 2016, YouTube user Belle Delphine Hot launched her channel; as of this writing, just six videos have been uploaded.
Despite this, since its start, the channel has experienced exponential growth. She posted her fourth video on November 4, 2019, and then she went offline online.
In June 2020, Belle announced her return to the internet by uploading a YouTube music video, ‘I’M BACK,’ which is a parody of the song “Gooba” by American rapper 6ix9ine.
The video also served as a promo for her newly launched Instagram, TikTok, and OnlyFans accounts.
In a post from June 2019, Belle promised to start a Po*nhub account if it received 1 million likes. Her message received 1.8 million views in a short period of time, and she delivered on her promise.
She posted 12 videos on Po*nhub, but they were clickbait because their titles and thumbnails were deceptive. She received harsh abuse from her admirers as a result.
PEWDIEPIE goes all the way inside in one of the videos. Both the general public and PewDiePie paid close attention to Belle Delphine after a video showed her eating a photograph of the well-known YouTuber PewDiePie went viral.
Delphine was included as one of Po*nhub’s most-searched celebrities in 2019 in their annual statistics reports, which were published in December of that year.
GamerGirl Bath Water
On July 1st, 2019, Belle opened an online store and introduced her product, “GamerGirl Bath Water.” The product, which cost $30 (£24), was advertised as being the leftover bathwater.
When asked why she marketed that particular product, she explained to Metro.co.uk: ‘So, there is a joke in the community among gamers where they will comment on a post saying, “Let me drink your bathwater.”‘Even though it’s a joke, I thought the concept of making it true and allowing others genuinely own my bath water was funny.
Initially, Belle added a note after selling her product. This water should only be used for sentimental purposes, she wrote in her note. The initial batch of bathwater was completely consumed in three days and was a big commercial success.
After she sold her bathwater in July 2019, a number of rumors started to circulate online. Similar to Delphine’s website, this one advertised the sale of her pee for $10,000. According to another website, her bathwater contained no human DNA.
A Twitter user also claimed that a herpes outbreak was being brought on by the water in her bath. Later, she clarified her position and refuted all rumors.
Other ventures Belle was the director of three companies: Innovative Artists, Plain Jane Investments, and Belle Store, which were incorporated between October 2018 and July 2019. Innovative Artists and Plain Jane Investments were also linked to a person named Joshua John Gray. Belle Delphine was arrested.
Belle Delphine arrested
In October 2019, after going dark on social media in August 2019, she declared that she had been arrested for spray painting the car of someone who had stolen her hamster.
I stg this gal came to my party and snatched my hamster, Belle said on Twitter. I don’t know why or who would do that. I was detained after spray painting her car, but at least I got my hamster back. b**ch.
Is Belle Delphine still active in 2020?
In June 2020, she announced her return to social media with a parody of 6IX9INE’s “Gooba” music video on her YouTube channel.
Belle Delphine net worth
Distractify estimates the model’s net worth to be between $300,000 and $500,000. She has subscription packages that cost between $1 to $25 each month, and some of her income comes from these patrons. She shares obscene content on the page and has more than 1,200 patrons.
Her $35 monthly OnlyFans account generates cash for her as well. On her Instagram page, Belle also advertises and sells products, including her lucrative bathwater.
The social media influencer has been linked to Josh Gray, but she has denied being in a relationship with him. She previously dated Goran Vigurs.
Belle Delphine without makeup
In April 2019, the model posted a rare photo of her face without makeup. Although controversial, Belle Delphine has managed to increase her popularity with her stunts. Judging from her net worth, whatever she does is working out for her.