BookTok’s criticism of Alex Aster’s novel Lightlark sparked debate over privilege that devolved into a discussion about the community’s toxicity.
The rapper once again started trending on social media this week after her fanbase launched an attack against her critics.
“I’m constantly nervous that I won’t be able to get my medicine, and I’ll get fired and not be able to find another job and turn back into a gross depressed garbage monster who hates himself for not being able to do his laundry.”
"I’ve envisioned this moment for my mother my whole entire life."
This week, social media made me do this.
RIP Tinder’s online relationship with the cast of "Modern Family."
“Royal guard solemnly entering the corgi wing of Buckingham palace and weeping as they tie tiny blindfolds on the dogs they've got left.”
Queen Elizabeth II's annual Christmas address may have been the most famous, but her 21st birthday one is even more powerful.
The “Don’t Worry Darling” Drama Is So Fun Because Celebrities Are Finally Doing What They’re Supposed To Do
This is Hollywood spectacle at its most deliciously bizarre.
“You never really supported Sydney Sweeney.”
Amtrak Tweeted “Trains” And It Makes Sense Cause Social Media Managers Are Ready For A Holiday Weekend
“Everything I’ve learned about Addison Rae’s parents has been against my own will.”
It's like Instagram's Close Friends feature, but less juicy.
Comedian Sandy Honig Went On An Absolute Spewfest Outside Her Insurance Office Because They Denied Treatment For Her Chronic Vomiting Condition
"Vomit at ur insurance companies, folks."
You Can Thank The Woman Behind The Hilarious New Jersey Twitter Account For The Punchy White House Tweets
"The White House Twitter account has gone goblin mode."
Have we learned nothing from the "i do not give Facebook permission to share anything of mine" meme?
“Our antennas just go up when we notice something has been corporatized, and we sense people trying to make money off of us."
The Twitter Meme Of Homelander From "The Boys" That We Can’t Escape Has A Shockingly Political Message
The Homelander meme from The Boys that has saturated Twitter for the past six weeks is a lot more powerful in its full context.
"This is the triumph of the human spirit."
Jake Paul is editing his public image as a boxer like he might have done with a YouTube video: curating fights, creating drama, and angling unerringly for attention.