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Say hello to Fleets!
So, have you opened your Twitter account lately? If you have, then for sure you’ve already noticed something different about the app. On the upper section of your screen, you’ll find familiar-looking icons with photos of accounts that you follow, and brace
Peace has been restored and now people are back to watching K-dramas.
Earlier this week, #cancelkorea was trending on Twitter after a racist remark was made by a Korean netizen on TikTok. The backlash was a result of a tattoo spotted on Filipina TikToker Bella Poarch. The design resembled the Rising Sun flag of
The issue actually started on TikTok.
If you’ve been scrolling through Twitter today, then you may have noticed that the hashtag #cancelkorea is the number one trending topic. ICYMI, this so-called rally against the land of K-drama and K-pop actually started on TikTok.As reported by Koreaboo, it began with
Better safe than sorry.
Hearing of major social media websites being hacked isn’t a new thing anymore and that fact remains an unfortunate reality especially now that millions have shifted towards an online lifestyle. From the alarming hijacking of Whatsapp users that ballooned at the start
She's literally a Barbie doll!
If, like us, you also stayed up late last night and waited with bated breath for Episode 6 of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, a.k.a. everyone’s new favorite K-drama on Netflix, then for sure you also have something to say about the
Giant bats from the Philippines are the largest in the world.
People on social media are freaking out over photos of giant bats from the Philippines."Just imagine this bat waking up and flying straight at you," says Twitter user @KingLeoRio. "I'd flee the country."Remember when I told y'all about the Philippines having human-sized
They are honoring the heroes who work tirelessly every day in the midst of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown millions of lives off course, and there's no real way of knowing exactly what the world order will look like once this pandemic eventually recedes. Those of us who are able to work from home realize that our situation
Tacloban City’s youth put social media to good use to help their frontliners.
As the number of COVID-19 cases in the country rises, netizens from various parts of the Philippines are taking to social media to rally their communities to help medical frontliners. This morning, March 29, the hashtag #PPEfor EasternVisayas trended on Twitter at
Heart Evangelista is back home and enjoying time with her loved ones after weeks of attending New York and Paris Fashion Weeks. And she's got another meme-worthy response we're bookmarking and saving! Following her humorous takes on grocery, pambahay, and toliet-cleaning OOTDs, Heart
She's now famous among NYC subway commuters.
Twitter's always been the go-to social media platform for anyone looking to air out their innermost thoughts to no one in particular. With millions of users active on the site, tweeting almost feels like yelling into an empty void, which is why the
The netizen told her to "dress appropriately."
The State of the Nation Address is an annual state affair that allows us a peek into our lawmakers' stylish sides. Their sartorial flairs shine through as they highlight local fashion in their modern Filipiniana attires. Senator Risa Hontiveros, in particular, arrived
According to Twitter, of course.
Kicking off the surge of end-of-year roundups, Twitter Philippines released their biggest conversation starters of 2017. They rounded up the most tweeted accounts, hashtags, movies and many more, and looking at the lists will give you slight nostalgia for sure.Host, actress and
We know. Magazines cannot beat the speed of a single tweet.
I lied. I’m sorry. I never meant to go back on my word, but it turned out to be much harder to do than I imagined it would be. I’m talking about tweeting, of course. Awhile back, I wrote in my column
Together, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris used to be the music industry’s most powerful couple. Although not too long after their amicable breakup, it seems that not much is left from their “huge amount of love and respect.”Under the pseudonym Nils Sjoberg,
Did we break the internet?
Trust that anything #AlDub related goes viral on Twitter. Proving its social media powers to us here at Style Bible and Preview, the Twitterverse quickly shot up the hashtag #AlDubYouPreview all the way to the top last night as it trended on
They're apparently more popular than the World Cup and Kim Kardashian!
Move over, Kim Kardashian. A new “it” couple has broken the internet, yet again, with a landslide of tweets beating the World Cup’s 35.6 million record during the Brazil-Germany match. Who are they? #AlDub, duh!The Twitterverse exploded last Saturday as die-hard fans, new
Spare yourself from the embarrassment.
We get it. Sometimes we just can’t help but let our emotions take over as we share things on social media. Be it an angry tweeting spree about our horrible bosses, a humble brag IG post of our plane ticket, or a
Twitter's new feature might eliminate the need for them.
Goodbye, hashtags?Under Twitter's yet-to-launch feature “Project Lightning,” users can view collections of tweets, pictures, and videos of a single event or trending topic, instead of having to surf various hashtags or look up individual accounts.5 important things:1. Topics or events can be
Be gone, haterz!
Sick and tired of all the bogus tweets popping up on your notifications? No longer will it be a problem to deal with troll accounts on Twitter. You no longer have to deal with fake accounts as it has been clear that
On fight night, it angered the pay-per-view gods.
Twitter users got to watch Sunday's Pacquiao-Mayweather fight for free - to the disappointment of the show's TV distributors, HBO and Showtime.While the networks charged $100 per view, Twitter users used Periscope, a new live-streaming app, to watch it for free.After its official release