How did Kendall Jenner get a copy of my book, ‘literally show me a healthy person’?
Or, why Kendall Jenner should give me $100,000.
Hannibal Buress might be a landlord, but he lives in our heads rent-free
The “Hannibal is a landlord” debacle illustrates the danger of assuming that our favorite celebrities share our politics.
Has an influencer raised your awareness yet?
I spent an excruciating afternoon at a Levi’s-sponsored symposium on social change.
The teens don’t want to love TikTok
The wildly popular video app is not the encapsulation of Generation Z that you, an old person, might think it is.
Dril didn’t sell out you sold out
Both social media and Hollywood are multi-million dollar operations, but only one of these industries pays its writers.
A list of questions won’t help you crack a celebrity
The idea that profiles can provide us real insight is a silly one we should all get over.