Twitter has barred right-wing conspiracy monger Alex Jones from posting on the social-media site for one week after violating its policies, the company confirmed. The tweet (now deleted) that landed Jones in the seven-day penalty box said, “Alex Jones: Trump Must Take Action Against Web Censorship” and included a link to a Periscope live-video broadcast (which also is now unavailable). […]Read more
Curt Schilling was forced to listen to Keith Olbermann, and it went as expected. The former ESPN analyst ripped into Olbermann and his baseball IQ after the play-by-play announcer made his return to the broadcast booth Monday night for the Mets-Yankees game. Olbermann, who rejoined ESPN as a “SportsCenter” anchor in May, was paired with Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian for a […]Read more
Kylie Jenner’s 21st Birthday Party Continues In Vegas — See Highlights From Her Trip To Sin City HERE!
Go and get it, Kylie Jenner! The now-21-year-old KUWTK star shipped off to Las Vegas on Saturday night with a bunch of her friends to celebrate her big day and have a little bit of legal fun in the city of Sin! And as you can see (below), she had a LOT of fun going out and painting the town […]Read more
First she was in a relationship with NFL star DeAndre Hopkins, and now… she’s not? Iggy Azalea has been busy on Twitter the last couple days, telling it like it is and revealing her crusade to take down a double-standard all while seemingly confirming things have gone south with (brief) boyfriend Hopkins! Just a few hours ago on the social […]Read more
Twitter Shuts Down Accounts of Vice Co-Founder Gavin McInnes, Proud Boys Ahead of ‘Unite the Right’ Rally
Twitter suspended the accounts of Vice Magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes and his far-right Proud Boys group Friday afternoon. The suspension came ahead of this weekend’s “Unite the Right” rally in Washington D.C. The accounts were shut down for violating the company’s policies prohibiting violent extremist groups, Twitter said in a statement to Buzzfeed News, which was first to report the suspension. […]Read more
Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, & More Rappers Suffer Third-Degree Burns In Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets: Hip-Hop Edition!
Rappers are used to being dissed by other rappers. But can stars like Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, or T-Pain handle the heat directly from the worst of Twitter? Watch Jimmy Kimmel‘s Mean Tweets: Hip-Hop Edition (above) to find out! (Spoiler alert: T-Pain could NOT.) Source: Read Full ArticleRead more
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After Facebook, Apple, YouTube, and Spotify wiped conspiracy theorist Alex Jones off their platforms, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explained why his company did not take the same action following considerable backlash. In a series of tweets, Dorsey said, “We didn’t suspend Alex Jones or Infowars yesterday. We know that’s hard for many but the reason is simple: he hasn’t violated […]Read more
Outrage as Sky’s Kay Burley drags burned veteran Simon Weston into burqa row by asking MP if he’d be offended if he couldn’t read the Falklands hero’s facial expression A Twitter tirade started after Burley interviewed Tory MP Andrew Bridgen He said that people had to show uncovered faces in banks as ‘that’s the rule’ The MP added that he […]Read more
Barry Chuckle fans pay their respects to late comic as Channel 5 air Chuckle Time episode in tribute following star’s death aged 73 News of legendary comic Barry Chuckle’s death broke on Sunday morning. And fans have flocked to Twitter to pay tribute to the funnyman, 73, with Channel 5 announcing that Chuckle Time would be aired as usual on […]Read more