When you open up the floor to Twitter users you’re inviting a whole host of trouble. Author E.L. James found that out with hilarious consequences.
Sunday saw Morgan Deane, Graeme Smith’s soon to be ex-wife, go off on a rant of note that set Twitter ablaze. Here’s how things played out.
Looks like someone has been saving up their tiger blood for a special occasion. Please do pop in and enjoy this spectacular rant by the one and only Charlie Sheen.
I remember the day that The Vampire Diaries made the entire world freak out about finding their dopplegangers… Well, Jessica Lange, Vanity Fair found yours for you.
It wasn’t very long ago that good old POTUS smashed some Twitter records with his new personal account. Well move over Barack, there’s a new top dog in town.
Yoh, but people can get their knickers in a knot quickly these days – and all over a seemingly innocent comment from a multi-national company.
Twitter, meet Barack Obama who finally has his own personal account. Cue banter between two men we know enjoy a good laugh.
We know Fikile Mbalula isn’t shy when it comes to talking up his parliamentary prowess but, in the wake of the growing Las Vegas scandal, he has suddenly gone rather quiet.
Donald Trump, multibillionaire and owner of the worst toupee in history, took to Twitter to inform us of his lowly opinion of our country. Cue the reactionary attacks.
Trevor Noah received some local and vocal support from the South African Jewish Board of Deputies in light of some of his old tweets getting plenty of criticism.
Good news – Trevor Noah just landed a plush gig. Bad news – some of his older tweets are being torn a new one and people are getting all kinds of worked up.
It’s cool that restaurants these days want to be creative in how they present their food but some folks out there are taking this art form a little too far.
Everyone enjoys a spot of Twitter banter from time to time, but when the banter involves a missing little girl who has yet to be found people get all kinds of riled up.
Ricky Gervais shows us, once again, that it’s okay to poke a little fun at ourselves with this Vine video.
Everyone had an opinion pre-SONA, and everyone certainly has a clear opinion post. Gareth Cliff’s opinion would be interesting, and here’s his Twitter for you.
The current Queen of Pop suffered a wee bit of hacking on her social media accounts recently, and she as now laid down the challenge to those responsible.
Until Twitter invents a breathalyser to prevent intoxicated tweeters putting foot in mouth it seems Rupert Murdoch will carry on his merry ways. Have another one, mate
It was Gandolf who said with great power comes great responsibility. Unfortunately Steve Hofmeyer never got that memo.
Artists around the world have fought back with their pens and pencils in riposte to the Charlie Hebdo attack.
Charlie Sheen likes to run his mouth. Kim Kardashian likes to show off her assets. See what happens when the two collide.