Some celebrities receive a lot of hate from the public for reasons beyond their control. Athletes and entertainers don’t always have the easiest time of it in the press. That’s probably because of sites like this one and jerks like me. See, it’s my job to make fun of the things that people want made […]
It was the final act in what Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper called “one of the biggest acts of civil disobedience in modern times.” Chafing under a court order that banned the press from naming a top player with an English soccer club who was alleged to have had an affair with a reality TV star, Britons took to Twitter. By May 21, details of the affair had been leaked so widely on the internet that over 50,000 users had tweeted the name of the player: Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs.