Rihanna’s impact, y’all.
After Snapchat removed and apologized for a particularly awful advertisement asking users if they would rather “punch Chris Brown” or “slap Rihanna,” the pop singer has responded on Instagram.
Snapchat has removed an ad that ran on the app asking users if they would rather “slap Rihanna” or “punch Chris Brown.”
Earth has, at long last, been blessed with Kylie Jenner’s baby. There are many ways to mark this happy occasion, like hosting a birth video screening party, or crafting frames for the Kardashian family Instagrams, or knitting the baby a bespoke cropped tracksuit. If none of that appeals to you, Snapchat has made a…
Snapchat, home to horrors like Face Swap, Wrinkle Filter, and Puking Rainbow (RIP), has a new torture device intent on terrorizing innocents in the night: an animated Ed Sheeran, who appears out of nowhere to sing at you. Not even the filter that gives you mouths for eyes could spawn as many bad dreams as this.
If you are an on-the-go urban millennial who demands premium content across various platforms in order to be engaged, especially platforms which make premium content disappear when it ceases to engage you, then great news: Snapchat has signed a $100 million deal with Time Warner to produce shows in three to…
Playboy’s 2015 Playmate of the Year Dani Mathers, who secretly photographed a 70-year-old woman at her gym and posted it publicly to Snapchat with the caption “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either” last July, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor invasion-of-privacy charges in May.
Two nights ago, while I was trying to shove a plate of slightly burnt asparagus into a Ziploc bag, slap some Bandaids on my ankles, and figure out how to get to the Passover dinner I was inappropriately late for, I got a Snapchat. It was a life-altering Snapchat, the kind I imagine is reserved for DJ Khaled, or an…
Imagine the level of calm needed to deal with a crying newborn in one ear and DJ Khaled screaming “Another one!” in the other. If only we could be blessed with the patience of his fiancée, Nicole Tuck.
Here’s a fucking story about not fucking that I fucking love: Miranda Kerr, confirmed non-virgin, has not yet had sex with her fiancé Evan Spiegel, the founder of Snapchat who may or may not be a virgin.
If you love Britney Spears’ Instagram account, you’re gonna adore what she does with Snapchat filters.
Jonathan Cheban, a carbon-based being who has somehow lucked into the profession of Kardashian Friend, was interviewed by GQ’s Joshua David Stein. The interview went very well.
Not a lot of people would accuse Barcelona label Desigual of being extremely in sync with millennial culture in general; they manufacture mid-range, brightly colored clothing in patchworks and prints that are reliable and functional, never really hewing to trends.
When famous people re-emerge after a break from (or unintentional avoidance of) the spotlight, we like to define them as being “back.” It’s one of those special, against-all-odds moments of a celebrity’s narrative that we, as a culture, are sort of programmed to be endeared by. Though the state of being back is often…
After years of televised therapy sessions, lengthy conversations about their dormant sex life, Scheana gloating about her wedding, several tepid ultimatums, many emotional references to Katie’s age, and one thousand cups of laxative tea, Vanderpump Rules lovebirds Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney have bravely leapt into…
Just like Aunt Sheila, who dabbles in ceramics and leaves her wet tea bags on the side table instead of in the garbage where they belong, Meryl Streep just learned that sexting and Snapchat are two entirely different things.
Two people in Florida were arrested for allegedly trying to extort a social media star known as the Queen of Snapchat.
During a “surprise appearance” at a Drake show in Chicago Wednesday night, artist and Kardashian-in-law Kanye West took the stage to perform a couple songs. But before beginning “Famous,” the now-infamous track from The Life of Pablo, West shared a few thoughts with the audience.
Rashad Deihim and Kailyn Bonia were convicted Tuesday of assaulting “a drunk and drugged” 16-year-old girl in 2014. CBS Boston reports Deihim, now 21, and Bonia, now 20, “were found guilty of assault with intent to rape, indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or older, and kidnapping.”