In an interview back in June, Tinashe blamed colorism for the reason her music doesn’t reach Beyoncé or Rihanna sales. #BlackTwitter was having none of it:
No one was happy when the Diddy signee lashed out at a Twitter user who questioned French's relevancy. He claims it was in defense, but the general response was not pleasant:
It seems like Azealia is always drama-adjacent — for better or worse. Here are just a few of the reactions from those who think she's hating on Cardi B's rise:
And thus, the #BowWowChallenge was reborn:
What made anyone involved in the production of the Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial think that it was a good idea?
The folks at Shea Moisture forgot where they came from for a minute, but were quickly reminded. At least their commercial flop was followed up with an official apology:
It's one thing for folks to be in your personal business. It's another to give them fodder for their feeds. We feel for Tyrese's daughter as the legal battle unfolds, but the constant social posts are putting the spotlight on this situation for all the wrong reasons, in all the wrong ways.
#BeyHive to the rescue, per usual. This time, in response to Taylor Swift's carbon copy of Beyonce's masterpiece, "Formation."
In response to sexual assault allegations, the House of Cards star tried to divert attention away from the matter at hand by coming out and standing in his truth.
Before we get into the tweets, let's qualify. There's no question that everyone loves Jay Ellis, but his character Lawrence from Insecure is easily the most polarizing person of 2017. He's got plenty of love from the #LawrenceHive, but #TeamIssa was ruthless:
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