Nicki Minaj Vows to Stop Using Instagram if Post Likes Are Hidden. Nicki Minaj recently took to Twitter to speak out against Instagram’s latest feature. The platform’s CEO, Adam Mosseri, announced last week that Instagram would begin hiding post likes in the United States. . In response, Minaj said she would no longer post content on the popular social media site. . “I’m not posting on IG after this week cuz they removing the likes. Hmmmm what should I get into now? Think of all the time I’ll have with my new life.” Nicki Minaj, via Twitter. Although Mosseri stated the new feature was meant to “depressurize” Instagram, Minaj believes the change is motivated by money. . “This isn’t about how smaller companies will cope. It’s about WHY the bigger company is doing it … They continue to make the REAL MONEY.” Nicki Minaj, via Twitter. She then went on to suggest that Instagram’s feature is just a way of “controlling” user engagement. “And who do you think is controlling those numbers? so that influencers can be out here “influencing” ppl to LIKE all the new stuff they bout to do? They gotta get y’all on board to spread the word.” Nicki Minaj, via Twitter
A federal judge on Monday tossed President Trump's attempt to keep House Democrats from getting to his state tax returns. Judge Carl Nichols ruled that the case mostly involves New York state law, so his Washington, DC, court isn't the place to consider it. The issue involves a new law...
The “Grace and Frankie” actor announced Friday in Washington, D.C., that she is going to try to stop purchasing clothing in the near future, for environmental reasons. Fonda said to the crowd gathered around her on Capitol Hill, grabbing her jacket by the lapels. The 81-year-old activist couched that she may need to buy something else ― provided she’ll likely live to “100, maybe.”
Keith Dietrich says he was humiliated at the New York Police Department because, at age 56, his commanders thought he was too old for the job. Central to his $7 million age discrimination lawsuit is an odd term: "hairbag." As the New York Times reports, Dietrich, a decorated detective who...
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5 Tips to Help You Get to Sleep Faster. It is important to get at least seven to nine hours of sleep per day. For some people, that is easier said than done. Here are some sleeping tips from Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, via AOL. . 1. Do yoga right before bedtime. 2. Take a bath before going to sleep to lower the temperature in your core. 3. Get up and do a calming activity if you're having trouble falling asleep. 4. Keep your room dark and make it as quiet as possible. 5. Lower your caffeine intake and do not have any eight hours before sleeping