Selena Gomez no longer has the Instagram app on her cellphone because scrolling through thousands of hateful comments would made her feel so "depressed".
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Ava DuVernay has an issue with young social media followers calling her "auntie". The famed director believes "auntie" signifies an older woman who is out of touch with young people.
This meme is going viral on social media. The meme features a photo of a young Black girl wearing her hair in an intricate braided hairstyle.
There are great fathers out there who lead by example. A social media user shared a touching story about his daughter that will make you smile.
Some people don't respond well to change. Instagram.com rolled out a new way to scroll through posts by tapping the screen. Also changed was the direction of the scroll from vertical to horizontal. But the changes didn't last long.
NeNe's cancer-stricken husband Gregg Leakes came out in defense of his "overwhelmed" wife after she slammed him for being "Mean, Grouchy," and "Evil" to her in social media posts last week.
Bette Midler has apologized for a tweet that sparked uproar on the social media platform on Friday. Midler reacted angrily to the FBI's weeklong investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Dozens of celebrities and public figures lost millions of followers in a purge of fake accounts on Twitter.com.
Social media users are taking sides in the domestic violence drama between rapper Fabolous and his longtime life partner reality TV star Emily B.
Emily has 2 sons by the 40-year-old Brooklyn native and a 20-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.
Did you know that every "private" message you send on any social media platform can be read internally by workers? Even though we have zero expectations of privacy online, some social media users sincerely believe their private messages are private.
According to a hidden camera report by Projectveritas.com, Twitter pays at least 400 workers to scour your DMs for content and other data (such as your IP, location, email addresses, etc) that they can use to tailor ad serving to you.
"The whole culture at Twitter is about abusing and laughing at users," says Project Veritas' founder James O'Keefe.