In an incredible twist, social media personality/model/remarkably beautiful person Christen Rhule helped out a lady who was using her image to catfish a dude. In pursuit of a Sugar Daddy, Twitter user Lana (who has since deleted her account, probably due to her elaborate ruse being revealed) pretended that Rhule's selfies were her own, and she was just one particular picture away from getting free stuff.
Rather than freak out at this weird request, or about somebody stealing her identity, Rhule decided to #leanin and help her fellow woman get that swag.
Lana had lifted her previous pics off of Rhule's Twitter and Instagram, and was just missing that one pose. (Maybe the guy wanted a specific picture so he knew it had to be new and not just stolen from some model, not anticipating she might be in contact with a model.)
Rhule shared the exchange, hoping to inspire the revolution of women bonding together to get free stuff from thirsty internet guys.
Because she is a modern-day criminal Gandhi, people might have gotten too inspired, asking for her help in similar endeavors.
Naturally, Rhule also heard from haters, who are probably dudes who have been duped like this before.
The Catfishee was already creepy to begin with—obviously looking to spend money on random beautiful girls on the Internet—so might as well milk him for what he's worth? JK don't do criminal things (but if you do, do them to creeps).