Even amidst a pandemic, some influencers can’t stop themselves from prancing into businesses to ask for free stuff.
Over the past 12 months, there has been no shortage of headline-grabbing public figures, 100 of whom made it onto TIME’s list of the most influential people in the world.
TikTok users have been participating in the #HolocaustChallenge by role-playing victims of the genocide.
An elderly couple who own a laundromat in Taiwan have gone viral for the fashion they create out of items that customers leave behind.
Instagrammers have been terrorising a New Zealand family by trespassing on their land to frolic in some natural pools.
TikTok likes to pretend that it’s the ultimate platform for creativity and self-expression. And it is – provided you’re wealthy and have a perfect body.
An Instagram account that shows the hilarious truth behind the lies that influencers tell us on social media is proving very popular.
Influencers are under fire for using the hashtag #coronavirus on unrelated posts to score more likes and followers.
Some of the ‘influencers’ on Instagram at the moment are fake, but that doesn’t stop people from following them.
It started as a poster competition, and morphed into a funny short film by Zach Braff, about an influencer in the 18th century.
Some men are attempting to exploit young influencers online by offering them thousands in exchange for sex.
If ever our Springbok heroes wanted to cash in on social media, now is the time. Make it rain.
Looking for a way to build trust in your relationship? Why not dangle your partner off of a mountain and post it on Instagram?
For the past 10 weeks, an Australian influencer couple has been detained for capturing drone footage that the Iranian government deemed “highly suspicous”.
Looks like the travel industry is losing patience with some travel influencers, and their behaviour might have something to do with it.
If you feel like your four-year-old isn’t contributing enough to the household, you could always send them to influencer training camp.
Another Instagram influencer has been accused of faking photos to get sponsorships and followers on the social media platform.
There’s sibling rivalry, and then there’s outing your influencer sister’s fake post on Instagram.
TIME has released its annual list of the 25 most influential people on the internet, and here’s who has come out tops.
Influencers seem determined to risk life and limb to oversaturate the internet with ‘duck-face’, bikini shots, and yoga poses.
Exposure is lovely, but a business can’t pay rent with the likes on your Instagram post. This ice-cream truck owner has had enough.
Brooklyn Beckham has over 11 million fans on Instagram, and many of them are more than a little annoyed by his BMW post.
Following renewed interest in Chernobyl, Instagram influencers are circling the disaster zone like vultures, and people aren’t happy about it.
The organisers behind the Burning Man Festival have finally acknowledged that the annual counterculture celebration has been taken over by capitalists.
The list has been released, and voting is now open to determine the winner of the title of ‘Most Influential Young South African’.
The shallowness of the consumer will never cease to astound me. Add a bit of tinsel and a French/Italian sounding name, and they’ll fall over themselves to spend more.
Tired of dressing as a skeleton, or a sexy nurse, or a zombie? Well, how about you think outside the box this Halloween, and channel your inner influencer?
Everyone’s determined to live their best lives on social media, but it appears that many Instagram users have had enough of the nonsense.
When you meet one of your favourite musicians, it’s natural to snap a selfie. Just make sure you know who you’re talking about when you post to social media.