Viewers share their feelings after the final “Girls” episode.
Everyone wants a finale to be a happy ending. A closing. What #GirlsHBO did, was show real life. Which is what that show was from the start.
— Julia Proctor (@juliabproctor) April 17, 2017
@juliabproctor, reacting to the final episode of HBO’s “Girls.” After six seasons, viewers didn’t really get an answer as to whether the show’s main character, Hannah Horvath, played by Lena Dunham, will ever grow up — even now that she is a mother.
Has Hannah finally Grown up? We can't reach a conclusive answer. And that's the ultimate beauty of this radical and smart show #GirlsHBO
— Reinaldo Glioche (@rglioche) April 17, 2017
Sean Spicer didn’t have to wear the bunny costume this year!
@evepeyser, tweeting about how far White House press secretary Sean Spicer has come since he dressed up as the Easter Bunny during the George W. Bush administration. At the time, Spicer worked in the office of the U.S. Trade Representative. At this year’s Easter Egg Roll, Spicer got to show his face throughout and pose with whoever got stuck wearing the Easter Bunny costume.
You can compete to name April the Giraffe’s child.
It's 2017 – Have we learned nothing!? This giraffe is either going to be named Giraffey McGiraffeface or Harambe.https://t.co/vDKIQA3EIp
— Orlando Flores Jr. (@OrlandoFloresJr) April 17, 2017
@OrlandoFloresJr, tweeting likely outcomes for the contest to name April the Giraffe’s baby. Some have suggested naming the giraffe after Harambe, the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla. Animal Adventure Park in New York is charging $5 to suggest five names for the baby male giraffe.
They should totally name #AprilTheGiraffe baby Cameron and call him Cam for short since so many people watched him being born on cam.
— ✭C໐dy✭ (@akcody7) April 17, 2017
I still think we should name #AprilTheGiraffe's baby "Godot" for keeping us waiting for so long! Vote Godot!!
— MsJoanne (@MsJoanne) April 17, 2017
Looks like it's time to start voting to name the baby giraffe after Harambe. #AprilTheGiraffe
— Aaron (@a_ryan88) April 16, 2017
Country club’s Yelp page gets trashed after Drake calls them out for racial profiling.
“The staff here showed fake love straight up to my face. They gotta know I’m more than just an option. Just hold on, I’m going home.”
Luis M, incorporating lyrics from Drake’s songs “Fake Love,” “Find Your Love,” and “Hold On, We’re Going Home” in a negative Yelp review of the Madison Club, a country club in La Quinta, Calif. Drake accused the club on Instagram of racially profiling guests this week during Coachella. The post has since been deleted.
Vogue replaces Saudi Princess editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia.
— Tari (@tarilove_) April 17, 2017
@tarilove_, reacting to the abrupt turnover in leadership at Vogue Arabia. Vogue replaced the editor-in-chief, Saudi Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, with Vogue insider Manuel Arnaut. Abdulaziz oversaw the magazine for just two print issues, and said that she had disagreements with the publisher.