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“Don’t Want To Be On Earth”: US Comedian’s Instagram Post Invites Cops

The alarming message, has been deleted, along with Pete Davidson’s Instagram account. Pete Davidson wrote on Instagram Saturday afternoon that he didn’t “want to be on this earth anymore.” The post came shortly after the SNL cast member had used the social media platform to applaud Kanye West for speaking openly about his own mental health issues. Davidson wrote: “i’m doing my best to stay here for you but i actually don’t know how much longer i can last. all i’ve ever tried to do was help people. just remember…

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Social Media Roundup: Instagram Close Friends, YouTube Stories, Facebook Giving Tuesday Hits $125M

A man holding a smartphone showing the icons for several social media apps (Photo by S3studio/Getty Images) “Social Media Roundup” is a weekly roundup of news pertaining to all of your favorite websites and applications used for social networking. Published on Sundays, “Social Media Roundup” will help you stay up-to-date on all the important social media news you need to know. Facebook Expansion Of Local Section Facebook’s Today In featureFacebook This past week, Facebook announced the expansion of a new local section on Facebook called “Today In.” Facebook is also starting a…

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How to wear high-waisted fishnet stockings, the latest Instagram trend!

With more that 4,31,000 posts involving the hashtag #fishnets, it is surely a trend that young instagramers of today are rocking. Wearing these high-waisted fishnet stockings underneath jeans, shorts, dresses and skirts, you can definitely achieve that edgy summer look. These fashionable stalkings are also cheap to buy (₹500 on amazon.in, ₹300 on myntra.com) While these fishnet stalkings go with almost everything, here are some looks that best work with this Instagram sensation: Under a dress or skirt Fishnet stalkings look way more groovy than plain black stalkings under a…

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Instagram to Add Video Channels to ‘Explore’ Section

Facebook’s picture sharing app Instagram is updating its “Explore” section to add video channels that will appear in a feed according to users’ preferences. The feature will have a personalised channel called “videos you might like” that will collect videos from across Instagram’s global community and also will include a “Featured” column highlighting videos on specific topics, Instagram said. For now, the upgrade will only be available in the United States, Instagram said on Thursday. Instagram v7.20 is available on Apple’s App Store and Google Play. On the company’s blog…

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