Sorry boys, the viral screenshot of Belle Delphine’s jarred urine for sale is probably a hoax.
Delphine is a 19-year-old cosplayer whose very NSFW Instagram presence made headlines when she trolled her thirsty followers by promising to make a Pornhub account if a photo received a million likes. Dressed in nothing but cat ears, “F*CK ME!” pasties, and black underwear, she encouraged followers to tag their friends and fathers.
The photo has since received more than 1.9 million likes, and Delphine followed through with making the account. While the thumbnails deceptively show the cosplayer in a variety of provocative poses, the actual videos are pretty innocent: In a video titled “Belle Delphine plays with her PUSSY,” she toys around with stuffed cats. In one called “PEWDIEPIE goes all the way INSIDE Belle Delphine,” she literally eats a printed photo of YouTuber PewDiePie.
“This water is for drinking and should only be used for sentimental purposes,” she added in a disclaimer.
Please keep your sentimental purposes to yourself, thanks!
The jarred bathwater quickly sold out, but it seems like others are trying to hop on Delphine’s grift. A website nearly identical to her online store is selling jarred chewed gum, prints of her risqué Instagram photos, and knock-off GamerGirl bathwater. The fake store is also trying to shill a bottle of “GamerGirl Pee” for just under $10,000 for a “lucky” (and tragically horny) fan.
Delphine hasn’t linked this site on any of her social media posts or Patreon page. In all of her posts promoting her bathwater, she links to her online store. Although she’s asked her fans to suggest “weird items” for her to sell, the cosplayer has not announced any plans to peddle bodily fluids.
Although she’s asked her fans to suggest “weird items” for her to sell, the cosplayer has not announced any plans to peddle bodily fluids.
She didn’t respond to a request for comment.
“Only one jar for one lucky cutie fan,” the product description says. “This will not be sold again.”
The site selling the pee also includes the same disclaimer as Delphine’s actual site to make it seem real. A domain search shows that the site was created on July 5, two days after she said her bathwater sold out.
Is it even real urine? Is it just apple juice? Tea? Diluted soda left in a hot car for too long? If it is real urine, is the person who peed in that jar OK? Have they been hydrating regularly? That color raises more red flags than the time Vita Coco’s social media manager peed in a jar and threatened to mail it to a hater — coconut water alone shouldn’t cloud urine like that.
This is a public service announcement: Please, for the love of all that is cursed, do not blow $9,999 on a jar of fake GamerGirl pee.