Nichole Thompson captured a gut-wrenching moment between her dad and aunt. " I honestly can’t even watch it again myself because it makes me so emotional," she said of her viral TikTok.
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.
A College Student Behind A Massively Popular Paint-Mixing TikTok Page Was Fired From Sherwin-Williams
Tony Piloseno even used his wildly successful and viral TikToks as part of a digital marketing pitch to the company to appeal to younger members of Gen Z.
Influencer Pastor Carl Lentz Has Been Fired From The Hip Megachurch That Made Him Famous. Could His Career...Be Resurrected?
In this week's newsletter: I ponder what the hypepriest will do after Hillsong, and belatedly, why the "I voted" selfie has felt both more and less impactful than ever this year.
The governor of Illinois said he will also take more "more stringent action" statewide on containing the spread of COVID-19 "if the numbers keep going in the wrong direction."
Khloé Kardashian's Most Recent Ad For Migraine Medication Is Raising Serious Ethical Questions About Sponcon
"Celebrity endorsement of drugs is a step way too far," people online tweeted. A spokesperson for Khloé Kardashian told BuzzFeed News they are not commenting on the matter.
"Thank you. Just thank you for winning."
One ballot counter, who was inside a Detroit facility when angry Trump supporters demanded to be let in, told BuzzFeed News, "I think we had that feeling of, What if we have to physically defend ourselves?”
People online are threatening to drive to the state to count the critical votes themselves.
There are blue states and there are red states. But the GREEN states are the great equalizer.
Saks Fifth Avenue told BuzzFeed News "the safety of customers, associates, and communities, as well as the protection of our physical assets, is of utmost importance."
A Teen Created A TikTok To Help Those With Disordered Eating And People Are Dueting Her To Have Someone To Eat "With"
Experts say this trend can be profoundly helpful in destigmatizing EDs and mental illnesses, but they also caution young people not to rely on TikTok as their primary therapy.
"I saw several children choking from the spray," a witness told BuzzFeed News. "People had to choose whether to continue to the polling station or go wash their eyes and skin."
In this week's newsletter: Influencers are pushing Christmas up even earlier this year — but it may not be a bad idea, and I (Tanya) party-poop on some fun TikToks because of Third Wave COVID.
Julia Keith said her effort to make fun of the president's "ultimate white dad" dance moves was misinterpreted by his fans. Then, Ivanka Trump shared her TikTok.
A Viral TikTok Is Raising Concerns About Cops Using Excessive Force On A Passenger During A Traffic Stop
While local Maryland police confirmed to BuzzFeed News that Antoine Wedington had two open warrants for his arrest, people online are troubled by what they saw.
This week's newsletter: @TheBucketListFamily pivots their once-controversial annual giveaway — kind of — to the current climate, and why influencers denouncing that they're influencers is a disservice to both them and their followers.
TikToker Bryce Hall Is Defending Himself Against Claims He Fought A Waiter Who Asked Him Not To Vape
The 21-year-old is also facing criminal charges for throwing a huge party amid the pandemic, but he told BuzzFeed News the story about the restaurant fight is "missing a lot of context."
Unlike other TikTok houses, the "House of US" will be virtual and is dedicated to driving progressive Gen Z voters to the polls.
Gov. Whitmer Accused Trump Of Inciting Domestic Terrorism For Encouraging "Lock Her Up" Chants Days After The Kidnapping Plot Against Her
"The president is at it again, inspiring and incentivizing and inciting this kind of domestic terrorism," Michigan's governor, Gretchen Whitmer, said.