On Monday, Snapchat apologized for an ad that asked users if they would rather “slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown.” The social media app was alerted to the ad, which references Brown's highly publicized 2009 assault of Rihanna, after users flooded Twitter with screenshots of the "game."
"The Morning Breath" co-hosts Claudia and Jackie Oshry offer their two cents on Snapchat's near-death experience after Kylie Jenner's devastating tweet bashing the app.
Sometimes it’s the little things. In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, Britney Spears made her official Snapchat debut and coincidentally made the world a slightly more joyous place. While the star has already garnered a loyal following on Instagram and Twitter thanks to her silly, charming posts, this is a new social media channel for her to explore.
On "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon," Ariana Grande teamed up with Jimmy to make a trippy music video using nothing but Snapchats.
Thanks to Snapchat, we often get a glimpse into the private lives of celebrities. But Bella Thorne took things a little further on Monday, quite possibly providing fans with too much information.
On Thursday’s Conan, Tracee Ellis Ross shared her extreme love for Snapchat. O'Brien is known for his red pompadour so she picked a filter that turned him into a tomato, making his face match his hair. Andy Richter joined in on the action.