Elon Musk is somewhere in space right now completely unaware of what us peasants are dealing with here on planet Earth. Musk made a few observations about coronavirus on Twitter after testing both positive and negative for Covid-19. He called the tests "extremely bogus." Now, Tesla's CEO has been coined "Space Karen."

Keke Palmer is trending again today for a tweet that virtually sent Twitter in an uproar. The remarks didn't seem too left field. That is, until, Twitter onlookers started to react. The actress and personality always shines on the timeline so it wasn't surprising to see her name trending this morning.

So many classic television series have successfully made their debut to Netflix this year. Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show is the most recent to be added to the streaming platform and fans of the show are thrilled. Take a look at some of the best moments from the show that people have posted on Twitter.

Millennials and Gen-Z are at the forefront of protests on the ground and across the Internet virtually. They are planning and mobilizing using social media platforms such as Twitter and Whats App to fight police brutality and social injustices.

Kim Kardashian released a statement in support of Kanye West and mental health awareness, as the billionaire makes headlines for erratic tweets; head inside.

Samantha Bee nailed her #MailedIt campaign, garnering tweets from celebrities like Khloe Kardashian, Phoebe Robinson and April Reign.

Trump may have Facebook on his side as he incites violence against the #BlackLivesMatter protesters around the world, but Twitter? Not so much. Not only did Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donate millions of dollars to several great causes, including Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp, he’s trolling the hell out of no. 45 after his […]

Dorsey stepped up to support the Black Lives Matter movement, small businesses in danger of closing, immigrant families in need, and more.

We learned from the recent VERZUS battle between legends Babyface Edmonds and Teddy Riley that even though some of our cultural uncles and aunties may not know how to use social media properly, they still have one.