• Twitter users joke about Post Malone’s death

    Post Malone was among the 16passengers on board the Gulfstream Aerospace GLF4, which took off from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on Tue. (Aug.21), and was forced to an emergency landing after two of the tyres exploded. Some users on Twitter started to joke about his death.
  • Backstreet Boys explain the meaning of ‘I Want It That Way’ to Chrissy Teigen

    LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 01:  Chrissy Teigen attends Lip Sync Battle FYC Event Screening and Reception at Paramount Studios on May 1, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Viacom)
    Nineteen years after releasing the pop hit "I Want It That Way," the Backstreet Boys still have to explain what exactly they were trying to say in the song. Chrissy Teigen took to Twitter to express her doubts about the lyrics of the song and she got an answer from the boys themselves.
  • SZA writes “My voice is permanently injured” then deletes tweet

    A few days ago, SZA had to take time off from the TDE tour due to swollen vocal chords. And now, according to her posts on Twitter following her Tuesday night performance in New York City, her health issues might be more severe than previously thought.
  • Cardi B deletes her Instagram account after Azealia Banks insults her

    During an interview on the Breakfast Club, Azealia Banks called Cardi B 'an illiterate, untalented rat'. She also said that Cardi is a caricature of black women. Cardi B responded to Azealia's comments on social media and then deactivated her social accounts.
  • 50 Cent says goodbye to Instagram

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    On Wednesday (May 9), 50 Cent announced to his fans that he’s ditching the Instagram in favor of Twitter. The rapper is extremely active on both platforms but for now, fans will have to find him on Twitter if they want to keep up with his latest pictures and news.
  • Lil Xan announces Twitter hiatus

    American rapper Lil Xan announced an indefinite Twitter hiatus. On the Internet, it seems that his haters form a rough interior presence and target the rapper's vulnerabilities and weaknesses. So, by claiming it "spread negativity and evil to good people" Lil Xan decided to escape the socials.
  • Kanye West releases excerpts from philosophy book on Twitter

    Kanye West has posted a flurry of philosophical messages on Twitter, saying they form a book he is writing “in real time”. The rapper shared his musings on life, the internet and originality and told his 7.44 million Twitter followers his messages were part of the book.
  • Watch here Britney Spears’ version of Frank Sinatra’s ‘New York, New York’

    Britney Spears hopped on Twitter on Monday evening (Feb. 26) to share a cute, pitched clip singing Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York." Complete with the voice-distorting SnapChat mouse filter, the video went viral.
  • Thom Yorke shares cryptic tweets with followers

    Over the last three days, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke posted a series of cryptic messages on Twitter and his followers are desperately trying to understand what he means. "Disinformation" was the first one, followed by "do you see his smile?" and "putting rocks in our hearts".
  • Twitter expands character limit on tweets: that’s what musicians say

    Men are silhouetted against a video screen with an Twitter logo as he poses with an Samsung S4 smartphone in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
    Twitter has limited its users to 140 characters per tweet since its launch in 2006. Now 280-character tweets will be the standard, to make the social media platform more accessible and appealing. However many celebrities complained about it.