The 21-time Grammy winner Kanye West set the internet ablaze after he announced on the 4th of July about his US Presidential 2020 bid. He tweeted, "We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States."
American rapper Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian keep breaking the internet with their eye-popping photos and videos. However, this time, the 21-time Grammy winner and his reality TV star wife set the internet ablaze after the American rapper tweeted his bid for the US presidential election. Here's what Twitterati is saying.
Dr. Richa Negi has become the talk of the town after she shared a video grooving to the popular dance number Garmi featuring actress Nora Fatehi from Bollywood film Street Dancer 3D and nailing the steps while wearing a PPE kit. Actor Varun Dhawan is all hearts for the viral video.
Instagram was predicted as the most obvious migration platform for the TikTok users as most of them had an existing account and promoted their TikTok content on the Facebook-owned app.
The decision by Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) to rename its popular skincare brand from Fair & Lovely to Glow & Lovely as part of its re-branding efforts, has begun the meme fest on Twitter
A picture of Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, is going viral on social media. Beware, it might leave you craving for a masala dosa!
BBC News anchor Christian Fraser has in a LIVE conversation with Dr. Clare Wenham when her daughter hilariously interrupted the discussion to ask where should she keep her unicorn painting.
The adorable video which has been shared on Twitter by ‘Back to nature’, has left Twitterati in utter admiration. "Baby Stingrays and tiny feets," reads the caption. Take a look:
CarryMinati, also known as Ajey Nagar, a hugely popular Indian YouTuber, had 'prophesied' the ban on TikTok, the short video sharing app from China that the Indian government banned yesterday. CarryMinati's video titled 'YouTube vs TikTok- The End' was taken down by TikTok last month.
With the lockdown extended in Maharashtra, many are taking to Twitter to share their reactions to the announcement. They are expressing their emotions through hilarious memes. Tweeple are trying their best to offer some comic-relief with their witty posts while using the hashtag l#ockdownextension.
Recently, during an interview with BBC, Vikas Khanna was talking about initiative when the anchor suggested that the motivation behind his social service stemmed from his sense of hunger during his time in India.
The 34-year-old Hyderabad man in his last video can be seen saying, 'Am not able to breathe... Though I pleaded, they did not continue oxygen for the last three hours. I am not able to breathe any more daddy, it's like my heart has stopped... Bye daddy. Bye to all, daddy.'
Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde has been in Nagpur for several weeks due to the lockdown and recently he sent Twitter into a frenzy with pictures of riding a Harley Davidson bike.
Previously, the matrimonial website asked users to search for their partners on the basis of skin descriptions like 'fair,' 'wheatish,' and 'dark.' The petition against the biasness received an enormous response as around 1,500 signatures were made within 14 hours.
The coolest Twitter account of Mumbai Police on Thursday shared a tweet with the Snow White twist and left netizens impressed. Sharing a still from the Disney movie, they wrote, "Mirror-Mirror on the wall, Who is the safest of them all?"
A video of King cobra dramatically chasing one of its own species and swallowing it before it enters the pond has left people shocked.
Ministry of Railways shared the video of the Kerala boy Master Adwaith Krishna from their official Twitter account and shared that they were mighty impressed with 12-year-old Kerala boy who created a beautiful train model with just newspaper and glue.
The drone clip released by NSRI shows the shark close to surfers at Plettenberg Bay. The video was recorded on Tuesday.
Taking about what he plans to do with this huge amount, Laizer said that he wants to open a shopping mall and a school for his community.