Fake Famous sneers at an industry that has been primarily built and run by women while, in some cases, using influencers’ content without their permission.
The @BravoHistorian versus Kelly Dodd feud shows the power of online fandom culture, and turns out, some "mirror selfies" aren't taken in mirrors.
LuLaRoe Is Paying More Than $4 Million To Settle A Lawsuit That Claimed It Was Running A Pyramid Scheme
The Washington attorney general says most of the settlement funds will go to approximately 3,000 former consultants who were harmed by "LuLaRoe’s deception."
Claudia Oshry Has Little To Say About Her Mom But A Lot To Say About "Cancel Culture" In Her New Book
In the book, titled Girl With No Job: The Crazy Beautiful Life of an Instagram Thirst Monster, Oshry paints herself as a person perpetually striving for popularity. But, she says, it has come with a price.
Little Miss Patriot is amassing followers despite Instagram suspending her accounts for spreading disinformation. Why is her messaging so potent?
Baby sleep expert @TakingCaraBabies is under fire after news about her donations to the Trump campaign came to light.
The look, by Black American designer Sergio Hudson, also came with a gold belt.
"Alexa...Play 'Gone' by Justin Timberlake."
This horror should reinforce for all of us that what happens online matters.
Supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in an attempted coup on Wednesday, breaching the building's doors and wreaking havoc inside.
"2021 came out swinging."
"The hilaria baldwin lies are reminding me of when b*n affl*ck lied about his phoenix back tattoo and said it was for a role."
Wedding Dress Designer Hayley Paige Says She's Lost The Right To Her Instagram And Own Name In Court
In a tearful announcement, the designer told fans she is being sued by her old parent company, which alleges it owns everything she built.
The couple are now accusing the influencer of racial profiling.
In this week's newsletter: Why Amazon sponsoring influencers' effort to give back to delivery drivers is troubling, and how internet stars are able to grow out of their family-friendly image with a lot more ease than traditional celebrities.
A Mom Influencer Went Super Viral For Alleging Her Kids Were Almost Kidnapped Inside A Store. Here Are The Facts.
Katie Sorensen says a couple tried to kidnap her kids from a Michaels craft store, but police say the account she gave on Instagram differed from the one she told them.
In this week's newsletter: Stephanie asks an expert about the legitimacy of these giving sprees, and I (Tanya) attempt to draw a line in evolving TikTok ads.
The Mormon Influencer Backlash To "The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City" Is A Fascinating Peek At A Side Of Them We Rarely See
In this week's newsletter: Influencers in Utah rant and argue about whether the Bravo hit is a "real" representation of their religion, and a nudge to everyone else to once again raise alarm bells about the ongoing pandemic.
This Mom Accidentally Sent Her Toddler To School Picture Day In A Hilariously Inappropriate Joke T-Shirt, And The Photo Is Priceless
"The entire time I was dying laughing because it just fits Emma’s personality and 2020 so well."
“If we push businesses that we support to share their commitment to social responsibility, why can’t we do the same for influencers?”