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Gigi Hadid impersonates Melania Trump and some people did not appreciate it.
Remember kids, you can only denigrate women and mock immigrants if you are progressive.
Gigi, as Melania.
— Leah the Boss (@LeahRBoss) November 21, 2016
@LeahRBoss after supermodel Gigi Hadid impersonated Melania Trump while co-hosting the American Music Awards on Sunday night. “I love my husband, President Barack Obama, and our children, Sasha and Malia,” Hadid said, mimicking Melania’s accent, in a dig at the plagiarism scandal after Melania’s RNC speech. Some viewers found it hilarious — “You nailed it girl,” @shanefrazier13 tweeted — but Hadid also received a lot of backlash on social media.
— Lauren James (@LaurenJlovalova) November 21, 2016
— Tina BW (@tinabeenaw) November 21, 2016
Amazon’s holiday commercial hits us right in the feels.
— Sarah Naqvi (@sarzhasan) November 21, 2016
@sarzhasan reacts to Amazon’s new holiday commercial. While having coffee, a priest and an imam show signs of knee problems from praying. Then, they end up ordering each other knee braces. Here’s the commercial:
Twitter users call out the Los Angeles Times for normalizing white nationalists.
@latimes Did you just profile a white nationalist, racist, misogynistic political party like it's some hot new startup? What the hell?
— David Chartier (@chartier) November 21, 2016
@chartier responds to a tweet by the Los Angeles Times sharing a story that profiled a conference of white nationalists in D.C. over the weekend. “Meet the new think tank in town: The ‘alt-right’ comes to Washington,” the L.A. Times’ tweet read. Many readers took issue with the newspaper for normalizing a hate group.
— Adam Shapiro (@adamshapiro) November 21, 2016
media is covering groups who want minorities dead like they're unions or chamber of commerce and we're going to die https://t.co/bW66d6cv3w
— Oliver Willis (@owillis) November 21, 2016
Instagram updates to include basically all of Snapchat’s features.
@instagram wow very innovative and creative, wonder where you got that idea from
— Levi (@levibrandon48) November 21, 2016
@levibrandon48 notices how similar Instagram’s updated new features are to those of other popular apps. Facebook-owned Instagram now features live video streaming in the style of Facebook Live and Periscope, and disappearing photo messages, the feature that made Snapchat famous.
Snoop Dogg gets real about Kanye.
“Omg. Thanks @snoopdogg for validating that [Kanye is] nuts.”
pdenny13 comments on one of the three Instagram videos rapper Snoop Dogg posted of himself watching Kanye West’s rant at a concert over the weekend. “I smoke weed. Weed don’t make you do that. What the [expletive] is he on?” Snoop said. Snoop’s fans loved his take on the meltdown — one of the videos was watched more than 121,00 times.