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Watching a White Mom React To New Rappers

The average White American adult's understanding of hip-hop culture is significantly behind the culture's actual status. A White news anchor or television host might still lament about...

Whataburger and White Castle Latest Brands To Exploit Urban Trend

In light of the recent feud between Drake and Meek Mill, Whataburger and White Castle put out some corny tweets playing on the beef: Chicken fingers...

Spongebob Is Fine. Please, Use Snopes

Spongebob Squarepants is not being cancelled. This is not the first time an unfounded rumor of Spongebob canceling has gone around. You owe us...

YouTube Doesn’t Want Us To Change

I use YouTube for a lot of my music consumption. I've never bothered to customize my Pandora and Spotify accounts. Also, I have AdBlock on...
Left At London Twitter

Left At London and how today’s creatives can’t be boxed in

I'm late to the party. A video captioned "How to make a Tyler, the Creator song" freckled my TL last week, the last instance of...

Fuck Paying For Twitter, It Should Pay Us

Social media platforms are what you call Web 2.0. In short, it means the users of the platform, not the creators, are responsible for...

Nileseyy Nile’s Comedic Brilliance

Many know him simply as The Disappearing Guy: But Nileseyy Niles, a.k.a. Retro Spectro and real name Niles Stewart, has a strong catalogue of low-budget comedic brilliance...
Casey Lawrence, leanandcuisine

LeanandCuisine: When Someone Truly Talented Makes Viral Content

Highsnobiety did well to highlight his hilarious series of Instagram reactions to Avengers: Infinity War. But online entertainer LeanandCuisine, real name Casey Lawrence, deserves many...

Live From Breitbart’s Comment Section: Trump’s Oval Office Address

I'm a curious person. And when it isn't inspiring nausea or hatred, Breitbart inspires curiosity. I'm not the first writer to delve into what makes...

Ja Rule and How Twitter Forces Comedic Fiction Into Reality

It doesn't matter what you say. Did you say it first? Did you say it loudly? Did people think the mere thought of your statement being true was entertaining? Then congratulations,...