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"She doesn’t care about the views, she doesn’t care about the likes. She just likes to share her toys, her cats," Chesca shares.
The eldest child of Chesca Garcia and Doug Kramer is growing up so fast! Kendra Kramer, who turned 12 last June, candidly shares snippets of her life on Instagram and we are all here for her.ICYDK, Kendra is one of the three
Leave it to Filipinos to make memes out of the odd incident
In today’s bizarre news, SM Mall of Asia’s iconic globe has disappeared. The strange "crime" was caught on camera by Facebook user Chester Tangonan on Saturday night. Through the 19-second clip, we can see the big hunk of a ball seemingly being stolen
"Eventually narealize ko rin po na may masasabi at masasabi talaga lahat...So just live your freaking life."
Looking good may be part of a celebrity's job description, but as every star inevitably has to learn, there's danger in letting that consume you. With social media increasing that pressure tenfold, it's often up to the celebrities themselves to stand up
Users with more than 10,000 followers can earn, too.
As a social media platform, Twitter is most used for conversations, debates, or just about anything that crosses your mind. Hoping to "support the voices driving these conversations with money," the American microblogging service officially rolled out Super Follows on Wednesday, September
Which of these have you already tried?
We’ve all been there: scrolling through our Instagram or TikTok feeds at midnight, and getting hungry seeing all the scrumptious food on our screens. Despite restrictions during the pandemic, the foodie hype lives on with influencers and common folk alike often posting
And where you can get content about them instead!
Social media sites like Instagram and Twitter are great platforms where Korean stars can connect with their fans. Here, they can give updates on their next projects, promote brands, show their lives behind the scenes, and post cute selfies for us to
You might want to reconsider.
If you're someone who uses Facebook Messenger to keep your best friend up-to-date with your life's most important secrets or if you use the app to "save" important and sensitive files by sending them to yourself, you might want to reconsider.A new
Yes and no.
Our friends @Brizzly are back! We’re excited about their new Tweet compose & auto-deletion tools. They even built...an edit feature!???? Check them out ???? https://t.co/p7Hbt4qxPFIn an announcement posted on March 10, Brizzly+ says that it's "the closest thing to an Edit Button
Curious about those Gems? Same.
The Twitter-trending LYKA app launched in Southeast Asia as early as March 2019, but it definitely piqued people's interest and curiosity in January of 2021 after actress Ivana Alawi's YouTube video featuring her mom went viral.In the video, Ivana reveals the she gifted her mom
Heart Evangelista’s outfit Challenge had over a million views on TikTok!
The lockdown led us to experiment on all kinds of leisurely activities to keep us entertained this year. One favorite social media past time we noticed celebs and influencers participate in were fashionable viral #challenges. What started out as simple fashion challenges
"I believe I’m allowed to enjoy the fruits of my own labor."
Just a few days ago, YouTuber, gamer, and musician Ashley Gosiengfiao dropped an unboxing video of her dream camera: the Leica M10-P. Unfortunately, while the 30-year-old expressed her excitement in her recent vlog over finally acquiring the premium camera after three years,
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
The insensitive comment forced her to recount a traumatizing moment when she lost her twins to miscarriage.
It’s almost 2021, and yet some people still feel the need to comment on other people’s personal lives. Case in point: some insensitive netizens’ unsolicited advice for Heart Evangelista, which led the actress to recount the traumatizing period in her life when
Even health experts agree.
Rants aren’t anything new on social media. Some may say it’s a good avenue to blow off steam, especially when you feel like there’s nowhere else to place or channel your emotions. Not to mention the act may seem like an especially
You have to admit, her meteoric rise in followers doesn't seem organic at all.
If you’re like us who always look forward to fashionable shows like Sex and the City and Gossip Girl, then we assume you also binge-watched all 10 episodes of Emily in Paris in one sitting. Starring Lily Collins, the Netflix series created
Something you post might be used against you.
Think twice before posting pictures of your family gatherings on social media, these might be used by the police to “summon” you. The Philippine National Police (PNP) will now search social media for possible violations of quarantine rules, including videos, photos, and posts
Here's how to avoid it.
Since its founding in 2004, Facebook has always championed online connectedness and the open sharing of information among its users. But in the last three years, Facebook has purged billions of accounts that violated its rules.Below is a notification sent by Facebook
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
Even the celebrities can't help but join in!
It's still a long way to go before 2020 officially ends, and yet we’ve already lost count of all the viral trends and challenges that have taken over our feeds in the past few months. The massive influx of these online novelties
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