Whether you have a Twitter account or not, #BlackTwitter has (in some way) made its way to your timeline feeds at some point in time. Millennial Twitter users are constantly creating content that goes viral in a matter of hours. All in all, there are some pivotal moments that continue to keep pop culture on its toes. Get ready to do some Twitter and Google searching after seeing these.
Started on last week, @TylerIAm began using this hashtag with memes in reference to historical events that had everyone retweeting and liking still today. Using the memes the interpret the caption perfectly, there has not been one that didn’t match accurately.
Right after Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Oscar, the #BlackTwitter feeds was pretty lit.
With the initiatives by CaShawn Thompson, “Black Girl Magic” started back in 2013 to celebrate the greatness of black women. Still prevalent today, Black women use this hashtag to keep continued positive and inspiration across the Twittersphere.
Ready or not, twitter took you back to those childhood memories. The accuracy is so real.
#ThanksgivingWithBlackFamilies & #ThanksgivingClapback
These hashtags were for the Thanksgiving moments that brought you down memory lane. Who knows what’s in the making for this year’s Thanksgiving season.
MADE by Chelsey Little