A growing number of female celebrities have used their sizeable social media platforms to promote sex toys in recent months.
Father's Day 2020: How Hollywood Celebrated with Touching Tributes on Social Media
The reality TV star previously wished Khloé a happy birthday with an adorable throwback photo of them as kids, which he captioned: 'Happy Birthday Khlo-moneyyyy!! Woohoo ! I LOVE YOU best friend.'
By limiting the number of people a user can share posts with, Facebook et al could help flatten the curve of misinformation
If you missed the #SharetheMicNow campaign, celebrities and influencers from Julia Roberts to Alex Morgan recently gave Black women access to their Instagram accounts. For instance, Endeavor CMO Bozoma St. John took over Kourtney Kardashian's feed. Influencer, activist and author Luvvie Ajayi helped start this idea to amplify voices of Black women, and on this
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is furious. After his daughter announced the birth of her fourth child, some on social media reportedly directed insults at her and the president’s son-in-law. “Do you see why we oppose social media like YouTube, Twitter, Netflix, et cetera?” Erdogan reportedly told members of his party in a televised address, referring to the allegedly insulting tweets. “It is imperative that these channels are brought under control.”
Here’s a list of companies that are planning to halt spending on social media.
RuPaul has wiped both his Instagram and Twitter accounts as of Thursday, in an abrupt move that has left fans scratching their heads and wondering why.