Mbappe is one of the most popular footballers in the world right now, whether it's with clubs like Real Madrid who are desperate to sign him or fans.
A quick search on Twitter for 'Mbappe' will show you just how many accounts dedicated to supporting the World Cup winner have already been set up.
One fan account, that the 22-year-old had previously interacted with on Instagram, found itself banned on the platform after breaking copyright rules.
When the account returned, having lost its 180,000 followers, the PSG forward got in touch to say 'Welcome Back,' a really classy gesture from the forward.
Been a good time on Instagram... :sleepy: pic.twitter.com/FdichmIUN2- mbappegoals (@mbappegoals_) April 11, 2021
So it happened again... Instagram suspended my account mbappegoals7. First time in 2018 it was 450k followers, this time 180k. If only they would care as much about racism as they do about copyright... It's been a great time, but Instagram is over for me now. :pensive:- mbappegoals (@mbappegoals_) April 11, 2021
Whilst the account might have broken the rules on Instagram, @mbappegoals_ certainly has a point about Instagram failing to deal with players receiving racist abuse in recent months.
Last week three Liverpool players were on the end of abhorrent abuse on the platform, following the Reds' loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Raheem Sterling was the latest player to go through it, following Manchester City's loss to Leeds United at the weekend, and there are just a few of the examples.
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