Reddit meme about helping out Instagram meme refugees and a meme about how emojis are like cancer.

Last week, Instagram purged over 50 popular meme accounts for apparently violating the photo-sharing app's terms of service. According to Know Your Meme, these meme accounts had tens of millions of followers.  Atlantic staff writer Taylor Lorenz posted a list of big meme accounts that were deleted.

Some of the biggest accounts such as yerdank have taken to Twitter to vent about the matter.

The Daily Dot reached out to a Facebook spokesperson over the matter and they said, 

"These accounts were disabled following multiple violations of our policies, including attempted abuse of our internal processes," they also noted that " Among the violations were the alleged selling and purchasing of usernames, as well as alleged attempts to fraudulently obtain others’ usernames."

It has also been speculated that many of the accounts were purged for stealing and reposting memes without the original creator's permission.

Now many Instagrammers have been migrating to Reddit after getting deleted from the platform. Redditors have notoriously hated on Instagram users, calling them "normies." A meme war of normies vs Redditors has taken off on most of the popular meme subreddits. Here are some examples:

Instagram normies - hey I'm new from insta just tryna to gain some popularity ya feel.

Is 1 too much - depends on the context - hours i spent scrolling memes? no - emojis in a comment? yes. instagram meme refugees.

reddit memes vs instagram memes - it's time to leave - was i a good memer? - lol. no - now get the fuck outta here.

Normie attempting to double tap a meme circa 2019. reddit meme.

Many of the memes have been about how Instagrammers overuse emojis in the comments.

Bill what have you done - Instagram emoji meme.

reddit meme about instagram emojis - so you have chosen death.

corporate needs you to find the differences between this picture and this picture - emojis compared to cancer cells.

However, not all people on Reddit are wanting to attack new users from Instagram. This meme posted to r/dankmemes has received over 90k upvotes in less than one day.

Meme about a Reddit veteran helping out an Instagram refugee.