Chris Brown

Chris Brown unleashed his frustration on "fake" social media followers for not buying his album, Royalty.

The 26-year-old singer slammed his huge social media following in a series of tweets on Tuesday. Brown has over 35 MILLION followers on Twitter.com and Instagram.com combined. But his album, Royalty, is estimated to sell a little over 165,000 copies in its first week.

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hoax

Were you fooled by the guy who claimed he was blocked on Facebook because of his name, "Phuc Dat Bich"?

I mean, come on. How could you fall for that one?

The guy admitted his prank in a Facebook post last night.

He said his hoax taught him not to trust the news media who gets most of their stories from social media nowadays.

He wrote: "It goes to show that an average joe like myself can con the the biggest news sources with ease."

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President Barack Obama reportedly blocked 13-year-old conservative YouTube star C.J. Pearson, right, on Twitter.com.

The president took such drastic action because Pearson routinely criticizes his policies and agendas.

By contrast, when 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for having a hoax bomb at school, Obama praised the teen and invited him to the White House. The difference between the 2 teenagers is one is Muslim.

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Khloe Kardashian

Socialite Khloe Kardashian, 31, freaked out over thousands of comments left under the above photo ridiculing her "puffy" face. Kardashian, who is no spring chicken anymore, has undergone extensive cosmetic procedures to regain her youthful looks. In addition to many procedures on her face, she reportedly had liposuction to transfer fat from her abdomen and thighs to her butt.

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Beyonce and Kim Kardashian at NY Fashion Week 2015

Socialite Kim Kardashian easily defeated singer Beyonce in the battle of the narcissists.

On a list that ranks a star's popularity by her number of followers, Kim was crowned the Queen of Instagram, beating out Beyonce for the top honors with 44 million followers to Beyonce's 43 million.

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Dexter Thomas

The LA Times is making headlines for hiring a reporter to cover the influential social media collective known as Black Twitter.

You know you've arrived when a major newspaper outlet hires a singular reporter solely to cover the rantings and ratchet musings of a minority group on social media.

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