The rapper has been accused of making false or misleading claims on social media related to the COVID-19 vaccine and a visit to the White House.
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Democratic lawmakers have filed a letter to Mark Zuckerberg and a pair of senators have launched a probe into Facebook over its platforms' negative impact on young people.
A Canadian bodybuilder and Instagram influencer, Melissa Kate Bumstead, was arrested after police say she received a package of steroids.
Gabby Petito posted about her life with fiancé Brian Laundrie, travel, and reading a book about the Zodiac killer.
The @gabspetito account extensively documented the road trip that Petito and her fiancé went on before she went missing.
Instagram told Insider that it did not delete Britney Spears' account; rather, action was taken by the account owner.
Instagram told Insider that the account was not removed by the platform. An anonymous source told Page Six that Spears made the decision herself.
Al and Jen Ferguson were told by a hacker named "The King" that they had to pay £1 per follower to get their Instagram account back.
Facebook's own researchers found that Instagram made teen girls feel worse about their bodies, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
In a nearly three-minute-long Instagram video, Lana Del Rey assured fans that she'll continue to work on music, poetry, and more.
Chef Barbara Pollastrini told Insider that she got upset watching carbonara get "destroyed" in Martha Stewart's new pasta video.
Jason Derulo's "millimeals" show the singer playing with food. Experts say the videos are drawing an audience of people with food fetishes.
Personal trainer James Smith said he got "set back with booze, alcohol, partying," and he's OK with putting on some weight as a result.
Online sleuths searched through Instagram for Matt Damon's profile on Wednesday after the movie star told GQ that he had a secret account.
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