This week's newsletter: Kim Kardashian West's opportunistic campaign in the name of COVID-19 relief, and an inside look at one of those infamous "loop" Instagram giveaways to gain followers.
This Guy Got Arrested For Allegedly Pretending To Have The Coronavirus And Going To Walmart In A Viral Video
"If I got it, y'all gonna get it too."
Can't touch this...no, seriously.
Some teachers have been going the ~extra~ mile.
The Best Quarantine Content Is This Guy Trying To Make His Husband's Starbucks Drink At Home Every Day
If you need a distraction, welcome to Bradbucks.
It's rough out there.
"If Hannah B and Tyler C do NOT come out of quarantine dating and in love I will simply pass away."
This week's newsletter: There is a big debate happening online about what exactly influencers should be posting right now, or if they even should be at all. And home decor porn — it's good for the soul!
These "Silver Linings" That People Are Sharing During The Coronavirus Quarantine Will Put A Smile On Your Face
"I’d been stressed about how much I was traveling away from my little one this year. Now I’m home for every wake-up and every bedtime, which is her personal paradise."
The blogger behind Something Navy acknowledged she was fortunate to get tested, writing "it is the responsibility of our government office to ensure all Americans can access necessary tests."
This Huge Influencer Is Getting Tested For The Coronavirus And Bringing Her 1.3 Million Followers Along For It
The blogger behind Something Navy is showing her 1.3 million followers what getting tested for COVID-19 is actually like.
While this is a scary time, high school and college students are embracing being at home and finding the silver lining in all of this.
"Man we cancelling sporting events, school, office work, etc etc. What we really need to cancel is 2020!"
This Artist's Memorial Portraits Have Become Huge On Instagram. She Said She's Just Trying To Do Her Part.
Over the past few months, tragedy has hit several influential Instagrammers. Ashley Harmon has made a name for herself drawing portraits for them.
No politics here, just pups.
Crawley first appeared on the show in 2014.
Lawsuits, mountains of unsold leggings, and families drowning in debt: the tumultuous story behind a multilevel marketing brand that promised millennial women a pathway to financial freedom.
The artists are an amazing list of late '90s and 2000s nostalgia, but fans say something is fishy with the "Lovers and Friends" festival.
Women Say Their Hair Is Falling Out And Their Scalps Are Inflamed After Using The Popular Brand DevaCurl
"My hair [started] coming off in giant clumps in the shower, and my curls drastically lost their definition."
This week's newsletter: Why fans of Jessica Olie are more than disappointed with her new premium app (I check it out for myself), and influencers of all kind are pivoting to TikTok.