Instagram Feud Ends With 2 Women Catching A Pot Of Hot Grease To The Face [VIDEO]

instagram-hot-oil-fight-smyrna It can't really be this serious, but perhaps social media is more important that we ...

It can't really be this serious, but perhaps social media is more important that we thought. An argument over Instagram ended with two women in Smyrna, Ga. getting hot grease thrown in their faces. 

Ashley Hardy, Jasmine Ragland, Shatericka Barrino and Stori Brown headed to the Cumberland Glen Apartments to confront three women over messages posted on Instagram. Things escalated and commenced with a hot grease fade for the ages.

The women were met by 18-year-old Myzelle Armstrong, alongside Zawadi Clark, and Mykhal Tait--both 20. The trio was armed with bats and a pot of hot oil (just in case sh-t got real). When the original four tried to back down, heading to their car, the battle went to another level when the threesome used a bat to open the driver's side door.

Then the grease started to fly.

Clark splashed Ragland and Hardy scorching their skin, and causing third-degree burns on their legs and arms. Hardy was understandably "shocked" to have been attacked with grease, which left her with permanent scars. “I couldn't even scream,” she said. “That was the thing. I couldn't scream. I was just in shock. I didn't believe what was happening to me.”

Police arrested all three women charging them with four counts of felony battery. While Tait remains in custody, Clark and Armstrong have been freed.

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Photo: NewsOne/Cobb County Sheriff's Office

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