Sam Arends, who was shamed for throwing an untouched In-N-Out order in the trash, bought another order to give to a man who is homeless.
In this week's newsletter: a fitness guru under fire for hiring a team of coaches who all look...well, like her, and outtakes from the Caroline Calloway profile.
Controversial Influencer And Podcaster Jackie O Said She's Not Sorry For Suggesting Shootings Are More Common In Cheaper Movie Theaters
"If you're going to shoot up a movie theater it's not going to be the most expensive one," Jackie Oshry said during Tuesday's taping of the podcast The Morning Toast.
A Beauty Influencer Believes A Teen Beauty Vlogger And Her Mom Tricked Twitter's Algorithm To Have Her Account Suspended
The teen and her mom vehemently deny the charges.
A surfing mom's controversial parenting lessons are back on this week's newsletter.
An Influencer Is Defending Her Controversial Instagram Post About Money That Some Are Calling "Privileged"
Alyse Parker wrote that "money is merely a form of energetic exchange."
An Ex–"Love Island" Contestant Discovered His Instagram Was Used For A Trump 2020 Hat — But It's A Counterfeit
Rykard Jenkins was hoping the gaffe would get President Donald Trump to tweet about him so he can secure his next reality show gig. Unfortunately for him, the Trump 2020 team told BuzzFeed News they had nothing to do with it.
We live in a virtual reality of fake skies and Facetune, so at the very least let’s be honest about it? Also, cute kids!
The Influencer Who Admitted To Faking Clouds In Her Instagrams Has Been Offered Work With The Photo Editing Company
Enlight Quickshot, the app Tupi Saravia uses to impose fake clouds into her travel photos, is partnering with her to make more fake cloud patterns.
A Dad Is Now Responding To Thousands Of Strangers After A Private, Sentimental Instagram Post About His Sons Went Hugely Viral
Brandt Barber is now fielding thousands of Instagram friend requests.
You can't knock an influencer for what he does for his bottom (pun intended) line, on this week's newsletter.
Police Will Not Charge Brooke Houts, The YouTuber Caught Hitting Her Dog In An Unedited Video, With Animal Abuse
"[The Animal Cruelty Task Force] determined it didn't rise to the level of animal cruelty," the LAPD told BuzzFeed News.
Influencers show us what (sl)activism looks like, plus popular plant-based social media pages. This is the first edition of the Please Like Me newsletter.
A Travel Influencer Is Admitting To Photoshopping Her Photos After People Noticed Multiple Instagrams With The Same Cloud Formation
"I really don't see the big deal [here], I never lied about it."
Influencers Like Jake Paul And Lele Pons Are Urging Fans To "Text" Them — All You Need To Do Is Give Out Your Personal Info
"Is it normal we have to click on a link?"
"On the county level we're prepared for two to three times the population of the entire county ... Our gas stations will run out of gas, our grocery stores will run out of groceries."
An Influencer Is Defending Her Decision To Post A Photo Shoot Of Her Motorcycle Accident On Instagram
Nashville-based lifestyle blogger Tiffany Mitchell denies her mid-accident photo shoot was staged or sponsored.
In addition to her one-year sentence, Deborah Sue Culwell will be under seven years of probation, during which she'll be prohibited from owning any animals.
A Yogi Influencer Is Trying To Backtrack And Clarify Her “Weekly Giveaways” After Upset Fans Noticed They Were Not, In Fact, Weekly
After confused fans asked why her “weekly giveaway” didn’t happen this past week, Jessica Olie told BuzzFeed News she had only planned to do “multiple giveaways.”
Tinder Made A Sponsored Video With A Young YouTuber About Finding Dates On Vacation And It's Raising Safety Concerns
"This whole adventure of finding people on Tinder in Seattle and Portland has been so much fun," Summer Mckeen says in a vlog. "We recommend doing this, honestly."