That controversial kiss, vaccinations and Star Wars… It’s been a diverse week on social media.
#Madonna kisses #Drake
Onlookers were shocked when music legend Madonna pashed rapper Drake on stage at Coachella festival in Los Angeles.
Evidence of the kiss was regrammed over and over again…
According to the 28-year-old rapper, the kiss was unexpected as it was only planned for 56-year-old Madonna to circle around Drake as he sat down on the chair, and the Twittersphere fired up.
Causing Madonna to react:
Drake then turned to his Instagram page to tell everyone to chill:
The great social media debate this week has been over vaccinations and whether or not, in our democratic society, parents should be forced to vaccinate their children.
The government estimates that approximately 39,000 children under seven have not received immunisations because their parents are conscientious objectors. The government plans to ensure parents vaccinate by cutting childcare benefits to those who fail to do so.
Parents, politicians and medical practitioners have expressed their feelings via Twitter and Facebook this week.
A video of a man saying “these nuts” has inexplicably gone viral on Facebook and is now being turned into Vines, where people have replaced words with him saying, “these nuts” including Taylor Swift’s popular song from her most recent album 1989, Blank Space, so it now sounds like “Oh my god look at these nuts”.
Have a look at These Nuts Vines Facebook page.
It’s one of the most successful series of all time and has an empire worth approximately $33billion, so now that the second teaser trailer for the newest Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans are, as expected, going absolutely mental.
But Star Wars enthusiasts will have to hold on a little bit longer – the film is due for release at the of 2015.
#HillaryClinton to run for president
Hillary Clinton announced on Twitter this week that she will be running for president of the United States for the second time in 2016.
Ms Clinton, the wife of former president Bill Clinton, lost to current leader Barack Obama back in 2008.
She will be kicking off her campaign in Iowa in hopes to start connecting directly with ordinary voters.
This puts an end to prolonged speculation that she once again wants to become the first woman elected to the White House. – Xantre Macaraeg and Kimberley Braddish
Top photo from NRK P3’s Flickr photostream.