Jennifer Aniston THROWS SHADE at famous friend on newly-opened Instagram account

Brenda Watkins
October 17, 2019

Jennifer Aniston has only been on the 'gram for 24 hours and already she's got the hang of it.

Jennifer Aniston just joined Instagram this week and she responded to a comment that is causing a lot of chatter! All over social media, there were complaints that people were unable to follow Instagram to the point where a spokesperson for the app actually had to address the issue.

"Why can't I follow her though!?" one confused fan commented.

Her first post shows the star posing with fellow Friends actors Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry. Aniston captioned her Instagram.

Schwimmer was among Aniston's co-stars who welcomed her to Instagram.

Now, Aniston appears to be honoring her beloved pup with a special tribute necklace.

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The public was so obsessed with Jen's first pic, the overwhelming traffic to her page made it temporarily crash: many who went searching for it only found a frustrating "Sorry, this page isn't available".

"I swear I didn't mean to break it..." she wrote.

It's no surprise that Aniston, a seven-time PCAs victor, is being recognized given that she has played some of the most beloved roles in pop culture history and has proved that her range of talent is unrivaled.

She also broke an Instagram record this week!

She confessed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!: 'It was a stalker account. In five hours and 16 minutes, Aniston collected a million followers, while it took Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the previous record holders, five hours and 45 minutes, according to the Guinness World Records.

"I just got exhausted of, you know... what you resist persists", she added.

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