Although you may see others right now, Fiverr is gradually filtering out certain gig areas. Gigs that violate 3rd party terms of service are at the top of their list, so that often includes almost any kind of paid likes/followers/friends/etc. (Not always, but this is general for you.)
Even if a gig is not a direct violation of the terms of another website, gigs that even get close to that area are also being filtered out over time. So, even a mention of many social media sites could put a gig in the spotlight. Eventually many of those gig types will be removed from search and at some point later, they will be entirely removed from Fiverr. These can include gigs referring to Amazon, Adsense or other Google products, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
What causes one gig to get removed before another isn’t something they share directly. In many cases it is because a another site like Amazon contacts Fiverr about a specific set of gigs and asks for their removal. In other cases a buyer makes a complain after purchasing a gig and being caught by another site buying services like these. Sometimes it is just because an editor happened to see a gig and notices that it doesn’t fit their focus, so it gets pulled and marked for possible future removal.
This is all to be considered as an overall idea of how editorial focus works and is not specific to you. This could all apply to anyone who has gigs related to 3rd party sites, gigs that provide services that are questionable, or gigs that may use copyrighted content like google images or software templates. It is wise to consider created gigs that have a better future on Fiverr, such as standard business or personal services.