Can *you* guess which celeb was talked about the most on Twitter this year?
Queen Lorde ~ruled~ Twitter this year.
Here’s the BuzzFeed Sports ranking of some of the most retweeted moments in 2014 from athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and a few others, according to Twitter data.
If these are anything to go by, our country is run in equal parts by Narendra Modi, Deepika Padukone, and the beloved Salman bhai.
Freelance reporter Erika Reidt seemingly criticized the Lakers for wearing “I can’t breathe” shirts. The comment prompted a flurry of responses on social media.
There’s a storm coming, Sydney.
Brand photographed and tweeted the business card of senior Daily Mail reporter Neil Sears and encouraged his 8.7 million followers to get in touch, then deleted the tweet soon afterwards.
The trending hashtag came on the heels of #CrimingWhileWhite, which documented testimonies of white privilege in criminal justice.
And there are over 1,000 tweets about #basic everyday!
They make a lot more sense this way!
The Hashtag Glove uses voice-recognition and conductive fabric to help you tweet hands-free.
The new feature will be available to everyone in the next few weeks.
She did it in less than one month, too.
Orkney Library has over 10,000 Twitter followers. And this is why.
Their own countrymen troll them.
“In true buccaneering spirit/style of host country they will tear down all walls and shatter every conventional wisdom of chattering classes.”
You can’t stop the Twitter joke machine.
“Earth to KRudd… you ok mate?”
The girl’s tweet after Monday night’s grand jury verdict went so viral her school had to respond.
The company said it was rolling out “offers” today for Twitter advertisers.
Johnson, the sister of London mayor Boris, claims she was hacked. The tweet has since been deleted.
People around the nation either mentioned Ferguson or used #Ferguson in their tweets.
It looks like Twitter’s finance chief Anthony Noto thought he was messaging another Twitter executive about buying a company. Anthony Weiner, a prominent victim of the DM Fail, was quick to step in and offer support.
Legiterally, I can’t with this.
News of the Defense Secretary’s exit from the White House inspired a gleeful hashtag among pro-ISIS Twitter accounts. WARNING: disturbing photoshopped images.