The idea that you can corral The Internet into a respectable town hall meeting to ask the world’s most ineligible bachelor Robin Thicke some questions is, to put it in no uncertain terms, impossible.
After teasing a new real-time chart system last March, Billboard announced today that it has officially teamed with Twitter to provide the first instantaneous music chart system — and it’s out now.
Charlie Sheen and Rihanna happened to be at the same restaurant last night in Los Angeles, but according to the former, the latter blew him off when it came to meeting up. Explaining the tweets that would come.
The Celebrity Social Media War
The Billboard charts have officially entered the Twitterverse.
When Twitter first launched on March 21, 2006, no one really thought about their first tweet and what it would mean, historically speaking. Least of all musicians, who mostly use their first message to just announce to the world that they, in fact, just joined Twitter.
As journalists and competitors started arriving in Sochi, being that this is 2014, they took note of their surrounding and immediately got either the shrieking horrors or the giggles and took to Twitter to post pictures and comments.
David Guetta is tweeting for a good cause.
“I would never do anything to disrespect my fans. I don’t like having to defend myself but this time it was needed as I mean no disrespect,” he wrote.
The guys of One Direction aren’t only taking over the music world, but the Twitterverse too.