People are concerned that “Bohemian Rhapsody” won’t respect Freddie Mercury’s identity.
@chimeracoder, tweeting after 20th Century Fox released the trailer for the upcoming film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” about Queen and its frontman Freddie Mercury. The trailer’s YouTube description says Mercury died of a “life-threatening illness,” but doesn’t mention that it was AIDS. The trailer left fans skeptical that the film will address all aspects of Mercury’s identity. TV writer and producer Bryan Fuller called attention to this issue as well, tweeting that the film seems to be heterosexualizing his story.
Marcus Morris yells at Tristan Thompson, becomes a meme.
@PeteBlackburn, captioning this photo of Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris screaming at Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The moment instantly became a meme. Some, like @Peteblackburn, touched on Thompson’s infidelity to his girlfriend Khloe Kardashian, while others took it in a different direction.
Tweet thread sheds light on grocery shopping while poor.
@ErynnBrook, in a tweet thread about having realized while grocery shopping that she was no longer poor. Her tweets detailed the experience of buying food while living in poverty. “[It’s] seeing pasta on sale and welling up cause it meant you had an extra $2 to work with that week,” she wrote.
Allure magazine praised for Asian representation on June covers.
@heymichellelee, editor-in-chief of Allure, tweeting about the magazine’s featuring three Asian models — Soo Joo Park, Fei Fei Sun and Fernanda Ly — on its June covers.
What 4 words would cause you to break up a relationship?
@LukeWheeler01, tweeting how to end a relationship in four words. The topic trended recently as a hashtag after it was featured by @HashtagRoundup. For some, stances on controversial issues are important. “I love Pineapple Pizza,” is what @TheWifeofNoctis said would end a relationship. And @oahucoconut tweeted that if someone said, “‘The Office’ isn’t funny,” it would be a deal breaker for them.