Hundreds of TikTok users are freaking out after discovering a “creepy” location they previously knew nothing about.
A college student got a second chance on her economics exam after giving her professor an excuse so crazy, he figured it had to be true.
Whether you’re in the bathroom or the bedroom, always make sure that you aren’t mirroring your phone screen before you start sending intimate Snapchats and text messages.
An officer was arrested on suspicion of discussing sexual activity with a minor after a man used a Snapchat "gender switch" filter to pretend he was a teen girl.
The boy had been chatting with his friend, who he met on the social media app through one of their mutual friends, when he noticed a drastic change in the girl's emotions.
Officer Gary Steele made a Snapchat video mocking a young girl he and his partner had pulled over. The video of Ariel Moore, 24, was captioned "What Black Girl Magic Looks Like" and "Celebrating Black History Month."
In a Snapchat video, Surai, 2, is petrified when meeting the Easter Bunny, and the caption reads, "I am crying." The recording was done by one of the daycare employees.
Social media influencer @girlwithnojob believes that once Instagram reevaluates its filter business, it will fully take over the social media world.
On Wednesday, Snapchat found itself in another controversy over its filters. The social media service, which caught flak for its Bob Marley filter last April, is now under fire due to its International Women’s Day overlays featuring historic figures, including pioneering scientist Marie Curie.
Khloé Kardashian doesn’t know why her fans can’t relate to her exercises. On Sunday, Khloé Kardashian let her fans know that she’s tired of their “complaining,” accusing them of making excuses for not exercising. The 32-year-old is known for broadcasting her daily workouts on Snapchat, but apparently some of her fans are having trouble relating to and replicating the exercises that Khloé does, owing to her use of state-of-the-art equipment and a personal trainer.
Snap Inc. (formally known as Snapchat) has begun selling Google Glass-style “Spectacles” at surprise locations across the U.S.
John Mayer offered up a tongue-in-cheek tutorial yesterday on Snapchat called “Skin Care Secrets with John.” The 38-year-old musician launched his account on Wednesday, and he’s wasting no time in providing his fans with what they’re clamoring for. “You know, a lot of people ask me, ‘John, what are your skincare secrets?'” Mayer opens with.
Mere months after causing outrage over a similarly offensive filter, Snapchat has incurred the wrath of its users by enabling what many see as a yellowface lens.
When Laverne Cox used Snapchat’s “pretty filter,” aka “beauty filter,” fans were in an uproar, speculating that the transgender actress had a nose job.
Little Noor’s deep as heck musings on how ‘people are like’ potatoes are currently breaking the Internet after her sister shared her Snapchats on Twitter. When she later looked on Snapchat, she saw her sister had turned the chore into sort of life lesson that’s pretty profound, not to mention totally spot on. Noor’s next snap showed two peeled potatoes next to an unpeeled one.
A family in Tampa expected to be celebrating the completion of 15-year-old Tovanna Holton’s freshman year, but instead they’re preparing her funeral.
A video posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Apr 20, 2016 at 3:01am PDT With Snapchat defending its recent use of a Bob Marley filter, debate continues about the line between cultural appreciation and appropriation. Backlash was immediate, with many people understandably outraged, calling the filter a form of blackface. Snapchat then issued a statement saying that the filter was intended as a tribute to the musical legend, and that it even had the blessing of Bob Marley’s estate. Two Canadian experts on cultural appropriation don’t buy Snapchat’s response or reasoning, though. Whether it’s celebrities dressing up as black people on Halloween or the widespread use of this filter, they say blackface – in any form – is racist and unacceptable.
So we’re guessing the folks at Snapchat were totally baked when they came up with their latest gimmick: a Bob Marley filter! Special for 420 day! Get it?
Left: Spiegel cuddles a puppy wearing Completo Brioni and Dsquared2. Right: Spiegel poses against a brick wall in Burberry Prorsum. Photography by Francesco Carrozzini for L’Uomo Vogue Tech titans aren’t really known for their high fashion sensibilities. Mark Zuckerburg made the hoodie a Silicon Valley staple and Steve Jobs’s uniform was a black turtleneck and New Balance sneakers.