An 18-year-old from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, discovered she was the subject of social media posts and rants after she posted an Instagram of herself holding an art installment at a national art museum.
The teen, Qisya Mirza, told BuzzFeed News she meant no harm by it, and added that she now feels "a bit guilty."
"Honestly I had no intention on posting it on my Instagram at first, and I feel a bit guilty about it," she said.
Mirza posted a photo of herself earlier this week holding a piece of art, seemingly taken off the walls of an exhibit at the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. She said a friend had spotted her photo in critical tweets and sent them to her.
A lot of people on social media are using her photo (and other unidentified users posing with and touching piece of art) as an example of "vapid influencer culture."