From being the youngest member of the Kardashian/Jenner clan to slowly dethroning Kim Kardashian as the social media queen, Kylie Jenner is definitely not new in breaking records. In fact, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star has the most-liked photo on Instagram — or had.
So who broke Kylie’s record? Was it one of her siblings? As it turns out, the question should have been “what.”
It’s only the start of 2019, but we may have already seen the greatest social media battle of the year, if not ever.
In the red corner, reality television star, model, entrepreneur, socialite, and social media personality Kylie Jenner and her 124 million followers. In the blue corner — an egg.
In 2018, Kylie shared the first ever photo of her newborn daughter, Stormi Webster, on Instagram and it racked up a whopping 18.4 million likes. However, now in an unprecedented turn of events, a plain photo of an egg has overtaken Kylie and Stormi to take the Instagram crown.
With 36 million likes and counting, the hen’s newborn won hands down.
Here’s what happened: a picture of an egg, just an egg, was uploaded to Instagram by @world_record_egg on January 4 with one goal: to become the most liked post on the platform, ever.
The ambitious and iconic caption read:
“Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this.”
And they got it!
If some people think that Kylie Jenner is pissed off that a random egg got more likes than her, they’re wrong.
Not only did she and Kendall Jenner both like the egg post but the makeup mogul also took to Snapchat and Instagram to share a video of her with her BFF Jordyn Woods. And in it, she can be seen cracking an egg with the caption “take that little egg.”
I guess it’s safe to say that there’s no beef here.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Star Rami Malek Wins Best Actor In Golden Globe Awards 2019
He deserves every bit of recognition!
“Bohemian Rhapsody” was released in October last year, and it immediately met a lot of criticisms. However, fans couldn’t help but be in awe of Rami Malek who impersonated Freddie Mercury and brought Queen’s 1985 Live Aid performance back to life.
Now, Malek has been named best lead male of the year by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The actor won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama with his work in “Bohemian Rhapsody,” beating out Bradley Cooper (“A Star Is Born”), Willem Dafoe (“At Eternity’s Gate”), Lucas Hedges (“Boy Erased”), and John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”).
“Generation Snowflake Is Pulling Our Society Backwards,” Says Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson
“So many good people fought for freedom and equality – but this generation are looking for a reason to be offended.”
Do you smell what The Rock is cooking? Well whatever it may be, it's definitely not for the faint of heart!
The former WWE wrestler turned Hollywood star didn't shy away from bashing people who are "looking for a reason to be offended," even labeling them as Generation Snowflake "or whatever you want to call them," he said.
6 Musicians Explain How They Got Their Unique Stage Names
#3 is downright funny.
Have you ever wondered why some of your favorite music artists prefer using stage names rather than their real names? While others have done it to make their name more memorable or that because their name is already known/taken from another artist, the musicians found on this list have done it for unexpected reasons - like avoiding being labeled as a stereotype or getting a lawsuit from a famous candy company.
Check out the list below and see 6 of the most well-known musicians who actually go by pseudonyms, plus the stories behind why they chose to forgo their birth names.
1. Nicki Minaj