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Despite the images, Pakistani politician Shaukat Yousafzai is not wearing cat ears during a government meeting.
Yousafzai was on the end of an unfortunate social media error when the cat filter in Facebook Live accidentally became active last Friday, plonking kitty ears and whiskers on him.
"I wasn't the only one — two officials sitting along me were also hit by the cat filter," Yousafzai later told Agence France-Presse.
The broadcast on the Facebook page of political party Tehreek-e-Insaf has since been deleted. Fortunately, people took screenshots, complete with comments of viewers who had clearly noticed the filter. Read more...More about Culture, Pakistan, Culture, and Web Culture
Oh happy day, indeed.
Singer and rapper Lizzo channelled the classic '90s Whoopi Goldberg sequel, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, for her performance of "Juice" at the 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards on Monday.
To begin with, Lizzo took the stage in the same kind of choir robes as Lauryn Hill's character, Rita Watson, during the film's final performance of "The Hymn of Joy" at the All-State Choir Championship.
She then included an iconic offstage moment straight from the film. "Your teacher says take off your robes," a stage manager tells the students waiting in the wings in the movie, as did one to Lizzo's backup singers at the MTV Awards. Then, it was time to party, with dance moves and scales straight out of the film. Read more...More about Mtv, Nostalgia, 90s, Lizzo, and Entertainment
Many YouTubers aspire to buy mansions. Elijah Daniel raised the bar and runs Hell.
The vlogger and comedian known for his crude humor and music tweeted about buying the town of Hell, Michigan on Monday. Although he doesn't technically own it outright, he does have the proverbial keys to the town and can do what he wants for now. He noted that renaming the town to Gay Hell was a tongue-in-cheek response to the Trump administration's ban on U.S. embassies flying rainbow flags in honor of Pride month.
"F*** the Calabasas mansions, I just bought a town," Daniel said during a phone interview. Read more...More about Youtube, Pride, Culture, and Web Culture
After a two-year run, the shopping social network will be shut down. The company to appeal to consumers with its #FoundItOnAmazon feature. Read more...More about Tech, Amazon, Mashable Video, Shopping, and Amazon Spark
Using Morse code, the music site claimed to have discovered over 100 counts of Google taking its content. However, Google claims the lyrics on their search bar are from licensed partners. Read more...More about Entertainment, Google, Music, Mashable Video, and Genius
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