Smutty Social Media Articles

Celebrity Social Media roundups including the best Twitter and Instagram posts of the day.

Smutty Social Media, February 20, 2018

Maria Posted by Maria at February 20, 2018 17:55:26 February 20, 2018 17:55:26

We need a new FOMO acronym for people who miss out on Black Panther. (And far be it for me to comment on Jo’s process but she should have definitely have gone to see Black Panther.) My whole family's out watching #BlackPanther Full Story

Smutty Social Media, February 19, 2018

Maria Posted by Maria at February 19, 2018 19:00:49 February 19, 2018 19:00:49
Wenn, Neil Mockford/ Samir Hussein/ Mike Marsland/ Karwai Tang/ Jeff Spicer/ Getty Images

Have you watched Fergie’s performance of The Star-Spangled Banner at the NBA All-Star game yet? It will take you through a range of emotions: discomfort, bewilderment, distress, amusement. But most of all, fontrum. Unbearable fontrum. Meanwhile back in the states. Full Story

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Smutty Social Media, February 16, 2018

Maria Posted by Maria at February 16, 2018 18:56:38 February 16, 2018 18:56:38

The sweater dress is not new this season, but I do like this particular look. It’s like Taylor’s reputation style, and before that Rihanna was doing it. Blake’s is less athleisure (has she ever done athleisure?) but the high flat boots certainly are worthy of working an outfit around. Full Story

Smutty Social Media, February 13, 2018

Maria Posted by Maria at February 13, 2018 19:00:52 February 13, 2018 19:00:52

What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve been corrected on as an adult? Mine, which I mention often, is not realizing that Flo Rida is from Florida.   Just sat here and mind fucked myself into embarrassment by thinking of how recent it was when I found out it’s not “lack toast and tolerant” 🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️ I’m talkin like a few years ago. Full Story

Smutty Social Media, February 8, 2018

Maria Posted by Maria at February 8, 2018 18:20:04 February 8, 2018 18:20:04

“Kind of” like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend? I read the article and the premise is exactly the same, but it’s set in a different city and the genders are reversed. (And The New Yorker’s TV critic and Pulitzer winner Emily Nussbaum makes the point that a man following a woman to another city isn’t exactly the charming romantic tale we want right now. Full Story