McDonald’s has deleted a tweet from its corporate Twitter account calling President Donald Trump a “disgusting excuse of a president” with “tiny hands.”
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Korryn Gaines’ Facebook and Instagram accounts were deactivated by Facebook, at the request of police, during her standoff with officers, police said.
Aldon Smith posted a “questionable” video to a Periscope account under the nickname “ravenga” showing him possibly smoking marijuana. Watch the full video here.
A drive-by shooting in Norfolk, Virginia, that left three men injured was recorded on Facebook Live video. Watch the full video here.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley and local woman Erica Remkus engaged in a bizarre feud after Remkus tried to pee on the beach by Christie’s mansion.
Daniel Scavino Jr. was Donald Trump’s social media director during the campaign and will hold the same position once Trump enters the White House. Here’s a look at his career.
Data from a MySpace hack leaked onto the web over the weekend, meaning it might be time to check see if your account is still active.
Nick’s Riverside Grill struck back at a 1-star review on Yelp, claiming the angry reviewer, “Emma C.,” pooped in her pants while at the bar in Washington, D.C.
For all of the wonderful benefits that social media affords our society, it’s certainly not without its negatives. We’ve all posted something stupid on social media, but our small blunders are nothing compared to the gaffes large companies and brands often commit.
A Twitter user, @RapedatSpelman, who says she is a Spelman College freshman, claims in a series of tweets she was gang-raped by four Morehouse College students.
Is Twitter changing its timeline? Will tweets not be chronological? What is CEO Jack Dorsey saying about the algorithm? Find out here, with photos.
Steven Fernandez, 15-year-old YouTube star, was arrested along with his manager, Jose Barajas, and his friend, Keelan Dadd, on sexual exploitation charges.
A blimp is on the loose in Pennsylvania and Twitter cannot stop talking about it.
Greg Caruso, son of billionaire California real estate developer Rick Caruso, has been identified as the #HotDebateGuy who was sitting behind CNN’s Jake Tapper.
Angry customers took to Twitter to express their disappointment with Amazon’s #PrimeDay sales. Here are the best #PrimeDayFail tweets you need to see.