Marc Jacobs. Photo by Sherly Rabbani.
Marc Jacobs. Photo by Sherly Rabbani.

Since joining Instagram in March, fashion designer Marc Jacobs hasn't shied away from telling it like it is on social media in a classy manner (he's even got t-shirts to remember that nude photo incident). And last night was no exception. Here, an explanation of what went down.

It began with the designer saying goodbye, (for now) to Grindr, a hookup app for "gay, bi and curious guys," so that he can focus more on enjoying his work instead.

He then penned a "sincerely and disrespectfully" worded response to New York Post reporter Maureen Callahan, who published an article titled, "What's Wrong With Marc Jacobs?" which cited a description from W magazine's February 2014 profile of the designer as evidence of "bizarre behavior."

Lastly, he took on Page Six, which posted a story about his alleged "wild orgy."

It was a long night for Marc, but perhaps an even worse morning for certain "writers" everywhere. Now where's our #ReallyQueen? t-shirt?