What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
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Tom Hiddleston's having a rough week!
The Thor villain has only had the photo-sharing profile for about two weeks, and on Friday his account was taken over by a random user!
Around 9 a.m., the culprit began to post some strange videos, as well as plugs for certain Snapchat accounts and requests to follow other IG users!
Take a look at a screenshot of the bizarre uploads (below):
Technology is a great thing… except when you want to be left the f*ck alone.
Because that's usually the time when you get bombarded with dozens of texts from a group chat that you definitely don't feel like answering!
These gruesome, real life events are what inspired Jimmy Kimmel's new horror movie Group Text — which stars Kerry Washington as a woman whose phone keeps lighting up with texts from a group chat and it JUST WON'T STOP!
In the funny clip, the pregnant (like, about to pop) Scandal star does what any rational person would do and turns off her phone. But when the texts keep coming in after that, things get a little cray!
Ch-ch-check out the scary spoof (below) to see if Kerry's friends EVER stop hitting her up!
Are you a fan of Kim Kardashian West's Kimojis but wish they were even sillier and more adorable?
Well, you're in luck because Ellen DeGeneres just dropped her own emoji app!
On Tuesday the 58-year-old announced she's following in the footsteps for Kim, Justin Bieber, Wiz Khalifa, and of course Blac Chyna, by releasing her own emoji app titled Emoji Exploji — but Ellen's could be THE BEST yet!
While DeGeneres has plenty of fun images that include boxer-briefs, hoverboard legs, drinks, elephants, pride flags, and of course the comedienne dapping, it also has GIFs!
Wow. This is horrible.
Nude photos of Leslie Jones were released on her own website Wednesday after a hacker gained access, also exposing other private pictures and personal documents including her driver's license and passport.
In the latest attack on the Ghostbusters starlet, the hacker also included a video of a tribute to Harambe, the gorilla killed at the Cincinnati Zoo only months ago.
According to TMZ, it's possible whoever hacked Leslie might have
If you mispronounce Barbra Streisand's name, she will PERSONALLY correct you.
So when Siri committed the capital offense, the icon took action! In a recent interview with NPR, the actress admitted she was frustrated that the computerized assistant couldn't quite get her name right.
She laughed and told host Scott Simon:
"She pronounces my name wrong."
You may be wondering how Siri could possibly f*ck that up, but the 74-year-old explained:
"Streisand with a soft S, like sand on the beach. I've been saying this for my whole career."
But was the legendary entertainer just going to allow this gross injustice to continue for all eternity?! Hell, no! In fact, Miz Streisand took her issue straight to the source!
The performer revealed she actually called Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, to put the mispronunciation on his radar:
Another day, another album — and so much for all those Frank Ocean album delays!!
The artist, who posted up his own pop-up shops last night, a la Kanye West, had a long lead up to this album's reveal.
Formerly called Boys Don't Cry, the album features Nikes as well as songs like Ivy and White Ferrari, and is available on iTunes and elsewhere.
Here's the full track list (below):
A seven-year-old really has no business having a Snapchat in the first place.
And according to RadarOnline, Farrah Abraham's daughter no longer has an account. The site revealed on Friday that seven-year-old Sophia's profile was deactivated, after it was reported to the app's support team.
Apparently, fans became upset recently when the young girl allegedly asked anonymous followers to send text messages one night.
Sophia supposedly said in a video:
"Give me text, I'm coming for you. Give me more texts."
And she seemed to be getting a flood of texts, adding:
"Excuse me, you guys are texting me so much could you please stop."
The next day, the youngster supposedly gave her followers the green light to send messages while the sun is still up:
"Guys, I can text you now because it's day time here so you can text all you want now."
But, Farrah defended her daughter's request for texts to the tabloid, saying: