After the murder, the suspect took pictures of the victim's bloodied body and posted it to Discord and his own Instagram page. Images of Devins' corpse were widely shared on social media, with the hashtag #RIPBianca. The photos gained traction on 4chan where many users mocked her death, saying she "deserved it" and praising the killer while depicting Devins as a manipulative young woman. The alleged murderer and his victim had become acquainted via Discord, a chat app, and had apparently become friends before the stabbing. The murder sparked news attention to violence by young, Internet-obsessed men, and the concepts of "orbiters", a term referring to young men with unrequited crushes, and "e-girls", a general term applied to young women with a considerable online presence. It also brought attention to the issue of perpetrators of violent crimes posting their graphic acts on social media platforms. The crime has been discussed as a case of domestic violence against women caused by toxic masculinity.