Many are navigating a new political reality in which centring yourself and selling product is the last thing followers want to hear about.
Despite the backlash, at least one influencer still refuses to take down her post.
Kieran Hamilton was the victim of a growing type of crime: burglars targeting people who have uploaded photos of their designer clothes, luxury holidays and sparkly watches.
Following backlash, she called the stunt “satire.”
Laura Klassen is using props, satire, and a pink wig to pioneer a young and edgy approach to anti-abortion messaging in Canada.
As brands drop sponsored content and suspend product delivery, the influencer economy is going back to the basics. That may not be the worst thing.
With public lands closing during the coronavirus pandemic, van dwellers are turning to a collaborative Google spreadsheet for support.
Brands are yanking deals and sponsorship is drying up, but some social media stars are still keeping the faith.
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