In what is the inevitable end of an Internet saga, the story we brought you last week about the Instagrammer that built a massive following (and a bit of a career) using stock images has finally come clean and issued an apology. Of course, given the somewhat damning evidence on offer from Singapore magazine Mothership to prove Yow’s guilt, there really wasn’t any other viable response at this point. After the article’s publication, Yow began to delete images and added credits to others in a taking a broom to the tide moment that did little to salvage his public reputation.
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