A “chef” cat, who goes by the Instagram handle @thatlittlepuff, showcases how to make the dalgona candy from Netflix’s “Squid Game” in a video going viral on social media.
Chef Cat’s dalgona candy: On Sept. 25, Puff, the chef cat, shared his tutorial on Instagram with the caption, “Been obsessive with this new Netflix series” along with a laughing emoji.
Cookist Wow, a project owned by an Italian media group, drew online outrage after calling roti, pita or naan “balloon bread” in a recipe video posted on social media last week.
Controversial post: The recipe, which was shared on Cookist Wow’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, teaches people how to make “balloon bread” using all-purpose flour, sugar, salt, milk and yeast, according to News18.
Shortly after confirming their relationship, American TV personality Chelsea Handler shared a cooking video with her boyfriend Jo Koy on Instagram last Thursday.
Chicken adobo: In Handler’s Instagram video, Filipino American comedian Jo Koy teaches her how to make one of his favorite dishes, chicken adobo.
Social media personality and reality TV star Bretman Rock attended the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Monday wearing a vintage dress that late R&B star Aaliyah wore to the same awards show back in 2000.
A tribute to a beloved singer: On Instagram, the 23-year-old makeup guru thanked designer Roberto Cavalli for lending the tiger-print slip dress and shared an image of himself wearing the attire.
Rozy is a South Korean social media personality whose ads are racking up millions of views on YouTube, and she isn’t even a real person.
AI-powered social media star: The influencer, who now has over 58,000 Instagram followers, is actually a virtual human created by South Korean content-creation group Sidus Studio X. She is the first of her kind in Korea to be based on artificial intelligence, reported Korea.net.
Melbourne 7News reporter Georgia Love has apologized after making a racial joke targeting Asians on her Instagram Story on Monday.
What happened: Love, who was also the Bachelorette for season two on the Australian adaptation of the popular reality dating show, drew outrage for posting a video of a cat sitting in a window of a Chinese restaurant with a caption that read, “Shop attendant or lunch?!” and accompanied by crying laughing emojis, according to News.com.au.
Social media users are celebrating a brick oven pizza restaurant in California for treating its workers to a fun day out at an entertainment center.
Employees’ day out: Burattino Pizza, known for its wild boar toppings and friendly staff, recently shared a video on Instagram showing its employees spending time at a Dave & Buster’s.
Olympic gymnast Suni Lee, 18, shared some special ink on her arm to her followers on her Instagram story earlier today.
A forever reminder: The athlete could be seen sitting in a tattoo parlor proudly showing off Olympic rings tattooed in black ink on her right forearm alongside her caption “did a thingggg.”
Olympic swimmer Erica Sullivan donates to LGBTQ cause, Camila Cabello ‘honored’ to be a part of her ‘gay awakening’
Erica Sullivan, the world’s first silver medalist in the women’s 1500-meter (0.93 miles) freestyle, donated money to the LGBTQ community and successfully slid into pop star Camila Cabello’s Instagram messages.
LGBTQ support: Sullivan, 20, became a grant recipient of the Procter and Gamble’s Athletes for Good Fund, which allows Olympians to donate funds to the charity or cause of their choice, according to her interview with People.
Instagram recently removed the Chinese takeout box emoji that shows up as an emoji suggestion during searches for the word “dog.”
The issue, which users have complained about since 2019, was brought to light by an employee on an internal Facebook message board over the weekend.
A Filipina TikTok user‘s tips on manipulating the algorithms of Instagram and other social media apps have recently gone viral.
Margaux Cody created a series on TikTok that shares clever social media hacks and “skills,” from reading direct messages without sending read receipts to appearing on another user’s Instagram explore page.
Artist Cardi B recently shot back at critics after getting blasted for using “chinky eyes” in describing her sister’s eyes.
The 27-year-old rapper posted an image of her 2-year-old daughter, Kulture, on Instagram, writing: “So, this how [Kulture] finna look? I love it.”