In honor of the Grammy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel invited a bunch of famous musicians to take part in his most popular series on Jimmy Kimmel Live. We’re talking about Mean Tweets of course! This episode is a blast as usual.
Even if you don’t know their name, you have most likely seen at least one of their videos. The Fine Brothers are famous for their ‘React’ series in which they have kids, parents, and nearly every other demographic, react to politics, Internet memes, and more.
Last week, they announced a new project in which they are launching a global ‘React’ community that includes licensing their series. They could never imagined it would backfire so badly.
The Internet was instantly enraged at the idea that the Fine Brothers apparently are trying to corner the ‘React’ market and have even trademarked the concept.
Since the debut of this clip last week they have started to hemorrhage subscribers, and have even published a new clip where they attempt some damage control. Both videos have been smothered with downvotes.
But you know you’re really in trouble when a serious YouTuber like educator CGP Grey calls you out and mocks you in an obvious parody video.
Social media and Facebook are incredible devices that can keep us easily connected to the people we love. But what happens when it keeps you updated on the people you don’t want to keep in touch with?
Hallie Bateman couldn’t help but hit the ‘record’ button on her smartphone when she witnessed her roommate have an emotional meltdown as she looked over her old high school crush’s Facebook profile and the new girl he is now with. This Hallie Bateman has gone viral with over 1.3 million views!
Anyone with even a little knowledge about computers and technology can’t help but scoff at the way TV shows and movies often portray the Internet. In police dramas, computer hackers often look like common burglars who aimlessly tap away at multiple keyboards to impossibly hack a powerful computer network. Kinda like this outrageous video which has gone viral with over 300,000 hits!