year in social media
Weight loss drugs reached the online set this year, some influential people bypassed this stigma without hesitation Announcing their Ozempic use,
gerf dupe drama
Matilda Jerf, a popular Swedish influencer and founder of fashion brand Jerf Avenue, left fans upset when her team debuted TikTok video reporting Which mentions places to buy duplicates – cheap copies – of his expensive designs.
rocky hockey romance
When Felicia Weinberg, wife of NHL player Alex Weinberg, said that some book lovers had become “predatory and exploitative” in their comments about her husband, the drama caused a stir in a specific literary community – fans of hockey romance novels. .
bud light backlash
In April, transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney partnered with Bud Light a video Promote the brand. Ms Mulvaney's online ad angered many conservatives, who called for a boycott. As beer sales declined, musician Kid Rock posted a video showing him shooting a stack of Bud Light cases. Months later, TMZ posted a video He was drinking the same beer at a concert.
Taylor made Travis famous. Correct?
Soccer star Travis Kelce was already a household name before he became romantically linked with one of the most famous women on the planet. This fall, as a joke, many women filmed Telling the men themselves – usually husbands or boyfriends – that Ms. Swift was going to put Mr. Kelce on the map. Based on the video, it seems like everyone took the bait.
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