I guess its true about what they say about Halloween yielding the largest of profits and which genre of costumes sell the most? Kids costumes. Mariah is now back in the ranks as a photo of the diva’s children sparks her re-entry at No. 24.
On Halloween Carey snapped a shot of her kids (Monroe and Moroccan) in their costumes (both dressed as Superman) that got 112,000 likes on Instagram. In turn, the number of new followers to Carey’s account on the platform increase by 184% over the previous frame.
According to our friends at BILLBOARD.COM The Social 50 ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, Myspace and Instagram. The chart’s methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views, song plays and reactions as measured by music analytics company Next Big Sound. Continue reading →
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Justin Bieber and side kick Lil Twist Hang Out
Is it fair that the media keeps pointing the finger of Blame for the papparrazi who ( killed “Trying to Take A Photo Of Justin Bieber”) was due to Lil Twist having /driving Justin Bieber’s car. The reports say the police encouraged the papp not to cross there and he indeed crossed and was struck by a car. Justin’s car being his car nor Lil Twits driving the car place no bearing on the papp being determined not to listen to the traffic officer and crossing where it was not safe to do so. I don’t think the media should now detract attention from what happened by saying Lil Twist is a good or bad influence. Continue reading →
Talking about being a Martyr about your work. Man! Some people will go through any lengths to Make a Buck! Especially the papps in LA. They are totally watching too much TMZ and the National Inquirer and Media Takeout Must Definitely be paying too much money for these photos. Sad to report today a photographer was struck by a car and killed trying to get that prize winning shot of Justin Bieber’s Ferrari and he wasn’t even in the car. SMH. According to the LA Times.. Continue reading →