Celebrities share their embarrassing #ShareYourRejections stories on Twitter and reveal that with fame comes a ton of rejection.
The "Riverdale" star's Twitter account was hacked just two days after on- and offscreen love Cole Sprouse's account was hacked.
In their first public appearance as a couple, Becca defended Garrett, saying that he stands by his apology following the recent controversy surrounding his Instagram likes.
Jenelle Evans pulls a gun in front of her 8-year-old son after an aggressive driver brings on a case of explosive road rage.
The "Star Trek" star fielded criticism from discouraged fans on Twitter about why he won't offer up his John Hancock.
The Twitter “purge” is underway, and not even the biggest accounts, from President Donald Trump to President Barack Obama, can escape without losing a healthy chunk of their followers. The social media giant began Thursday removing “locked” accounts, which have been made inactive until further verification by Twitter. Trump, perhaps the most notorious Twitter user on the planet right now, saw his follower count drop by roughly 400,000 people to 53 million followers on Thursday — but the purge appears to be ongoing and that number could increase dramatically.
Someone shaded Chance the Rapper's cookout proposal, so Chance slid into the person's DMs let him know he wasn't OK with the criticism.
This Twitter rom-com has everything: quirky, fun characters, two beautiful personal trainers as the lead, a slow, flight-long unfolding tale of "will they or won't they?"
The "Modern Family" actress deleted Twitter after ranting about the paparazzi, writing that she wants to "move somewhere remote" so she "can just live a normal life in peace."
Donald Trump attacked Jimmy Fallon on Twitter after the "Tonight Show" host expressed regret over that famous hair-tousling moment, so Fallon donated to RAICES in Trump's name.
David Simon returned from his Twitter suspension with a fury on Friday, calling out CEO Jack Dorsey for what he sees as the platform’s hypocrisy in how it deals with trolls. The sum total of my crime against Twitter,” tweeted the creator of HBO series “The Wire,” “Treme” and “The Deuce,” in a lengthy thread (which you can read below). Simon wrote on his personal website two weeks ago that he was suspended from the platform for telling Twitter trolls to drop dead, or as he put it: “Slander is cool, brutality is acceptable.
Millie Bobby Brown obviously isn't homophobic, but that hasn't stopped the meme from spreading.
It's always nice to see our favourite celebrities getting on well on Twitter — especially when they're people you wouldn't necessarily expect to be friends. Enter Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and SpongeBob Squarepants, unlikely social media pals and (hopefully) future buddy comedy stars. SEE ALSO: Dwayne Johnson wrote the sweetest Instagram post to his girlfriend for Mother's Day It started on Friday, when the official SpongeBob Twitter account tagged The Rock in the following tweet. Hey @TheRock, what inspired your nickname...Patrick Star's home? Either way, we love it! #SaySomethingNiceDay pic.twitter.com/PLL5VzfWGc — SpongeBob (@SpongeBob) June 1, 2018 A couple of days later, the big man responded. Hi Bob, which nickname are you referring to? Big Daddy? The Rock? Samoan Thor? Beef Piston? Or the inappropriate one I earned back in college? Ps, love your work. DJ https://t.co/1MNvEy8nqY — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) June 3, 2018 Let's all take a moment to appreciate two things: 1) the fact that Johnson is a SpongeBob fan, and 2) the fact one of his nicknames is "Beef Piston". SpongeBob rounded off the whole exchange with the following adorable reply. Hi DJ, We earned one or two cool names ourselves back in boating school 😂. P.S. Do you smell what the Bob is cooking? (It’s Krabby Patties btw) — SpongeBob (@SpongeBob) June 3, 2018 Sometimes Twitter can be a truly magical place. WATCH: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's gym routine is crazy
Roseanne Barr's tweets didn't stop following the cancellation of her hit sitcom. She continued to rant on Twitter, with one tweet involving a doctored image of “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
“It’s always a ‘joke’ after the backlash.” “Sometimes SORRY just doesn’t cut it.” The fallout has been swift and severe for Roseanne Barr’s racist comment on Twitter: the “Roseanne” reboot has been canceled and fans are outraged, including thousands of Yahoo commenters.
Trevor Noah says Donald Trump is to blame for Roseanne Barr's racist tweet because his supporters feel they can get away with offensive comments like he does.
Nicki Minaj shared a video to Instagram of herself rapping along to her verse on YG’s newest single, Big Bank. But one lyric — referencing Eminem, aka Slim Shady — had fans asking questions.