Ryan Seacrest asked the actress about Twitter during an interview on his radio show on Thursday, after a series of cryptic messages appeared and were then deleted from Stone’s official account.
She was more than happy to clear the air.
“I have never tweeted,” Stone told Seacrest, clarifying, “I’ve tweeted one time to Seth MacFarlane. I said, ‘Me too, oh boy.’ And then I’ve been hacked ever since, and they locked me out of my Twitter so I can’t access it because they changed my email and my password, so we are trying to figure out how to delete it.”
One of the hacker tweets was an anagram for “Andrew and Shailene sitting in a tree,” leading many observers to believe that Stone was saying something was going on between Garfield and their Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-star Shailene Woodley.
Talking to Seacrest, Stone called Woodley “one of my favorite human beings on the planet” and swears the tweet did not come from her.
Listen to Stone explaining the Twitter mystery below!
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A few days ago Gucci Mane took to Twitter to let the world know that his rap protege Waka Flocka Flame was no longer a part of his 1017 Brick Squad label. His exact tweet was: “Wacka Flocka Flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Gwop say give me a offer for this disloyal lil nigga.”
Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017.Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil nigga
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) March 16, 2013
But now, a rep from Gucci’s label is saying that the Atlanta rapper’s Twitter was hacked, yet the tweet remains on his timeline, and Gucci has yet to clear the air and apologize for the tweet.
“Gucci’s Twitter was hacked,” the rep, Rahim tweeted, according to Miss Info. “Just spoke with his manager. All kinds of crazy DMs and what not.”
Everyone knows just how crazy Gucci can be, so to avoid any further industry beef surrounding the rapper, it looks like Atlantic Records, along with Gucci’s manager, are trying to downplay his tweets by claiming that his Twitter was “hacked.”
Nice try, but we’re no fools. We know better. Anyone — whether you’re a celebrity, public figure, or just a regular person — whose Twitter was really hacked would immediately delete the offending tweet(s). Gucci’s reps probably advised him to delete the tweet, but of course he more than likely refused because he meant what he said.
Waka, who doesn’t seem to be taking this “beef” too seriously as he joked about Gucci on Twitter, did make it clear that he and Gucci’s situation is indeed real, with him tweeting stuff like this following:
Dont let da media fool u. This shit real Shawty
— Waka Flocka Flame (@WakaFlockaBSM) March 17, 2013
— Waka Flocka Flame (@WakaFlockaBSM) March 17, 2013
— Waka Flocka Flame (@WakaFlockaBSM) March 17, 2013
For those of us who are familiar with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka’s dysfunctional relationship, none of this really should really be surprising, as Gucci and Waka are known for being cool one minute, and then not so cool the next.
Back in 2010 when Gucci officially cut ties with Waka’s mother Deb Antney’s management group Mizay Entertainment, Waka explained his relationship with Gucci at the time as “non-existent.” Of course they eventually made up as if nothing ever happened, but now it looks like they’re back to beefing again.
We’ll see just how long it will take for these two to patch up whatever might be wrong between them.
Fashion model Brittanie Weaver realized that a man who was following her around a Los Angeles pet shop was using his iPad to take photos up her skirt when he bent down to pet her dog. After figuring out what the man was doing, Weaver tried to write a note to the women working behind the shop’s counter. When that didn’t work, she contacted the police.
Security footage of the incident has been released in at attempt to catch the man. Weaver told a local television station, “He kept kneeling down and falling over and couldn't seem to balance properly,” she said. “I realized by the time I got to the counter that he had been filming up my dress with his iPad.”
“I wanted to confront him but he had a city employee badge on and I didn't know for sure and I didn't want to have a confrontation. So I just tried to remain calm and tried to write a note to the girls at the counter.”
After the incident Weaver went on Twitter to describe her shock and disgust to her 28,000 followers, reports The Daily Mail. “So sickened by everything that happened today. Exhausted,” she wrote on the site.
Someone responded to her: “I saw you on the news and people are sick, what can we do, its hard to be somewhere alone but be careful cause men are sick.”
A report about the incident is below:
After an 18-year-old learned her insurance company was denying her a life-saving stem cell transplant to treat her cancer, she took to Twitter to express her outrage and ended up changing the insurance company’s decision.
Lorelei Decker was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and after chemotherapy failed to treat it, she was told a stem cell transplant was her only hope.
While she fully expected to be able to receive the transplant without any large financial issues, Blue Cross Blue Shield changed everything when they said her transplant surgery was “not medically necessary” and refused to pay for it.
She then wrote on Twitter about the incident, and it soon became a trending topic across her home state of Oklahoma.
Her mother also joined the fight and tweeted about it as well as re-tweeting hundreds of messages from people wishing her well.
“All hell’s about to break loose,” mother Andrea Decker said on Twitter. “BCBS DENIED Lorelei’s transplant. No words for how angry I am. I guess it’s cheaper to let her die.”
Lorelei then added, “Blue Cross Blue Shield denied my application for coverage of my transplant. They think it isn’t medically necessary. My family is irate...my life depends on this.”
The Deckers started a hashtag #ApproveLorelei so Twitter users could get the attention of the insurance company.
It only took a day for the company to reverse their decision and approve her cancer treatment.
Though they’re happy they can now give her a transplant, they said the incident calls for a change in how insurance companies make life or death decisions.
“It’s not OK for me to wonder, ‘can I fight? Do I have hope? Do I have a chance?’ when I know that there’s a chance with this transplant, but will I even get to use the transplant?” Lorelei said. “And that’s the question, and I shouldn’t even have to question that.”
She said if it were not for the social media attention, she might not have been able to receive it.
“Typically people don’t fight on social media or don’t publicize the issues that they’re having issues with insurance coverage, and it’s just up to them to call and reapply or mail it in,” she said.
“But when there is a level of publicity there, there’s a level of urgency to defuse the situation, and so you’re kind of put on the front burner, finally.”
Her mother agreed.
“The only thing that happened between the denial and approval was a Twitter storm,” Andrea said.
A spokeswoman for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Hilarie Houghton, said she could not reveal exactly why she was denied.
She said there was a “medical review process to ensure that our members receive appropriate, necessary and effective care.”
Emma Stone tweeted for the first time ever over the weekend writing, “nawder nad islasehne tsintgi ni a erte.” People couldn’t figure it out at first and thought Emma had a stroke until they realized it was an anagram for, “Andrew and Shailene Sittin’ in a Tree.”
Truth is no one really knows what the tweet means considering Emma and Andrew were seen shopping and making out over the weekend. Maybe Andrew and Shailene were literally sitting in a tree for a scene. It’s not like Emma followed it up with n-s-g-i-s-k-i.
While the best things in life go together like peanut butter and jelly, there are far too many things that are like oil and water; vinegar and milk; Lindsay Lohan and a clean record. In other words, they don’t mix.
Twitter, being the amateur comedy platform that it is, latched onto the trending topic #2ThingsThatDontMix Wednesday (Feb 20) and let it rip with all the opposites that might attract, but shouldn’t.
Here’s a look at 21 of the funniest tweets on #2ThingsThatDontMix:
#2ThingsThatDontMix alcohol and cell phones. Bad things happen
— Life As A Party (@LifeAsParty) February 21, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Weed and stress.
— High Ideas (@ReallyHighIdeas) February 21, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Success & negativity. Focus on the good, and you win.Focus on the bad, and you hurt yourself most. P.S. I like pizza.
— Dan Schneider (@DanWarp) February 21, 2013
— TJ Prodigy =] (@Tjprodigy10) February 21, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix taylor swift and relationships
— za?h ? (@ZACHARYDUPUIS) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix fat girls and leggings
— In God I trust (@josh60z) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Cereal and Water…
— Naruto Uzumaki (@I_LoveAuburn) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Taylor Swift and Boyfriends
— MidwestGent (@midwest_gent) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix. Water and Grease. I learned the hard way as a youngn. Call myself puttin frozen beef patties in grease. BURNT MY AZZ UP
— Cutty(@LilCutty) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Crocs and everything.
— Miserable Madge (@MiserableMadge) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix Lebron and a hairline
— Not Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayliss) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix: Loving dogs & eating pigs. Both like to cuddle, learn tricks, & neither wants to die for someone’s meal.
— PETA (@peta) February 20, 2013
PETA just being PETA…
#2ThingsThatDontMix: me and mornings.
— Funny Tweets (@FunnyOrTruth) February 20, 2013
#2ThingsThatDontMix A million dollar body and a food stamp face.
— Top Tweets ? (@HumorOrTruth) February 20, 2013
During Tueday evening's State of the Union address, Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee tweeted out “ilu”, short for “I love you,” to a 24-year-old woman. The tweet was subsequently deleted from his account.
According to NBC News, Cohen is now saying that the young lady he tweeted at during the State of the Union address was not a romantic interest, but in fact his daughter.
After Cohen deleted the tweets, he initially said that the young woman who they were originally sent to, Victoria Brink, was the daughter of a family friend. Cohen, who is not married, denied that there was anything inappropriate about the tweets. It turns out that the old family friend is actually an ex-girlfriend of Cohen’s. She also happens to be Victoria Brink’s mother.
Brink has not admitted publicly that Cohen is her father so it seems a little strange that he would have chosen such a public forum to communicate with her. He claims that the reason he was tweeting such personal things to Brink was genuine excitement.
“When she let me know she was watching the State of the Union address I was thrilled that she wanted Steve Cohen to be part of her,” said Cohen. “I had such joy, that I couldn’t hold back from tweeting her.”
Details are vague, but it appears that the congressman only found out that Brink was his daughter three years ago. He has not elaborated on the matter but has said that a Google search led to the discovery.
“I googled her mother, found out she had a child and the math looked pretty accurate,” he said. “The mom told me we had a lot of catching up to do.”
Cohen has publicly stated that he loves Brink and is proud to be her dad. He has been getting to know her and actually took her to the White House Christmas party. He’s happy that she is interested in government and that she was tuned in to the State of the Union.
“I’ve been able to take her on a tour of the Capitol and the White House, I want her to see my world and be a part of it,” he said.
Source: (NBC News)
It was another week filled with celebs sharing their personal pics on Twitter!
Katy Perry hit the studio, Britney Spears got a new “baby,” andMiley Cyrus found her twin.
Plus: John Stamos grabbed boobs, Mario Lopez stripped down, and Kim Kardashianrocked a pony tail.
It’s all in this week’s roundup of Celebrity Twitpics!
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While plenty of stars turn into social butterflies on twitter, these 5 stars all say they’ll never join the social networking site. Some don’t like the idea of people knowing exactly where they are and what they’re doing at any time, others are afraid they’ll say something too controversial that would land them in trouble and more just don’t think they have anything interesting to say or share so don’t feel the need to join. For many celebrities, twitter is a way to show off their personal side and gain followers, but these 5 stars aren’t interested and want to keep to themselves rather than sharing private details with the world as many others do freely.
Dakota doesn’t want people stalking her every move via the site: ”I really don’t need to let people know where I am and what I’m doing. I feel like a lot of people want their privacy but yet they tell people where they are. ”It’s just not for me. I don’t have a facebook or twitter and I won’t ever. There’s plenty of impostors out there. There’s enough Dakota Fannings on twitter for all of us.”
Drew thinks that the social network isn’t for her because she doesn’t like talking about everything she’s doing: “I know I’m an anomaly, I know everyone else is in love with it, but it’s not for me. I like people who use it for comedy to make people laugh. If people are making other people laugh and making jokes then that’s awesome. I just don’t like this compulsive, instantaneous, over- information, lack-of-privacy, weirdo aspect of the world. If you meet someone, they already know everything. What about showing up on the date and saying, ‘What do you do for a living? Who are your friends?’ Yes, you can avoid maybe a serial killer, but who f***ing knows? I am a romantic and it scares me.”
Elton thinks he would end up in prison if he had a twitter account where he let his thoughts flow freely so he won’t join: ”It would end my career. I’d be in prison after about two days. I mean, no, God almighty. Me and my big mouth, no thank you. That would be the end of the career.”
Kid says he simply doesn’t have anything to say:”It’s gay. If one more person asks me if I have a Twitter, I’m going to tell them, ‘Twitter this s**t, motherf**ker.’ I don’t have anything to say, and what I have to say is not that relevant. Anything that is relevant, I’m going to bottle it up and then squeeze it onto a record somewhere.”
The ‘Doctor Who’ actor says he doesn’t see the point: ”I joined for a day, when I was in Comic-Con (in San Diego), and it’s just not my cup of tea. I spend enough time on my phone and I figure who cares what I’m doing? You’ve got Moff (Steven Moffat) and Karen and Arthur on there. There’s a big ‘Who’ contingent, maybe I’ll sort of dip in and out. I just don’t see it happening any time soon.”
Flight attendant Tatiana Kozlenko will no longer be flying the friendly skies after she posted a photo of herself giving Aeroflot passengers the finger to the Internet. Her bosses at the Russian airline became aware of the photo after it made its way from Facebook-style social networking site, Vkontakte, to Twitter, getting plenty of “likes” and re-tweets along the way.
Ironically enough, the airline announced that it had handed high-flying Kozlenko her walking papers via the same medium that had made them aware of the photo in the first place, Twitter. “Posting this photo shows Tatiana’s attitude towards passengers and her duties,” Aeroflot posted on their Twitter account. “She acknowledged her fault when she spoke to her managers.”
According to The Daily Mail, Ms. Kozlenko claims that it wasn’t her in the picture and that she is only guilty of tagging the photo, not flipping the bird herself. “I don’t consider myself guilty! The photo was added to my page, I only tagged myself on it!!!,” she said on her Vkontakte page. “The hand isn’t mine, the plane is not my company’s!!! I don’t understand what they spoil my life for!!! I’m asking you for help and support!!”
This is not the first time someone making this gesture has gotten in trouble after a photo of their middle finger landed on the web. Last October, Lindsey Stone was forced to apologize after an image of her flashing her middle finger at Arlington National Cemetery hit the Internet. Digital disgust prompted an online petition to get the woman fired from her job.
Stone posted the picture of herself making the obscene gesture at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, next to a sign at the military cemetery that asks for “Silence and Respect.” In her apology, Stone acknowledged that her attempt at a visual pun was in bad taste.
Source: (The Daily Mail)