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They slid into my DMs in Instagram," Rikkii told Business Insider over Zoom. Rumor: Trevor had a girlfriend during 'Love Is Blind' filmingThe accusations against Trevor Sova are the most jarring and extreme. But his ex-fiancée told me he moved out on November 20 — which was 10 days before casting reached out," Rikkii told BI. This isn't the first time TikTok exposed 'Love Is Blind' contestantsPerhaps most famously, the drama between Jackie Bonds, Josh Demas, and Marshall Glaze played out largely online while "Love Is Blind" season four aired last year. AdvertisementThe next two episodes of "Love Is Blind" season six will air on February 28.
Persons: Trevor, Jimmy, Jeramey, , Rikkii, Raven Ross, Netflix didn't, Trevor Sova, they're, hasn't, Rikkii's, Trevor's, Natalia Marrero, Reality Ashley, Ashley, Natalia, Chelsea, Chelsea Blackwell, Jimmy Presnell, lied to Organizations: Service, SK, Business, Netflix, Chelsea, E!, DU Locations: Instagram, North Carolina, @storytimewithrikkii
Read previewA woman left people divided after she said she did not tip her hairdresser for 7 ½ hours of work, despite saying she was "the best braider" she'd ever had. She said the cost worked out to $46 an hour and that the hairdresser did not have to commute because she worked from home. Many people think tipping is a way of saying thank you, Justice said, but she didn't see it that way. Advertisement"To me, saying thank you is how you say thank you," she said. Some were vehemently on her side, saying that the tip was definitely included in the cost of the service.
Persons: , Justice, commenter, rebook — Organizations: Service, Business
A woman claims she was fired for being "too efficient" at her job. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA woman believes she was fired from her job because she was "too efficient." Mariela Henriquez posted a TikTok this week where she said she had been fired the previous day. "So I got fired from my job yesterday," she said.
Persons: , Mariela Henriquez, Henriquez, commenter Organizations: Service, Business
Read previewA woman says she was asked to pay and tip her massage therapist before the service, an ordeal that left her feeling uncomfortable. "I'm more than happy to tip, but I feel like tipping nowadays is just getting out of control." I'm fine with paying full price. I'm fine with leaving the tip. "I'm happy with paying the full price and the tip, but I just don't appreciate being made to feel bad for what I am able to tip right now."
Persons: , Taylor Stewart, Taylor Stewart Stewart, Stewart, I'm, I'd, that's, doesn't, That's, they're Organizations: Service, Business, of Service Research Locations: America
Beyoncé released two new songs from her upcoming album during Super Bowl Sunday. One song, "16 Carriages," has a line that could reference how old Bey was when she recorded it. The thought-to-be country album, "Act II," is set to be released on March 29. In "16 Carriages," one of two songs released on Sunday, Beyoncé references different ages of her life. Most notably, Bey released the song "Daddy Lessons" — an ode to her Texas upbringing — as a part of the "Lemonade" album in 2016.
Persons: Beyoncé, Bey, , Trump, Tina Knowles, Beyoncé's, Mama Tina, Knowles, commenter, It's, I'm Organizations: Super, Service, Sunday, Beyoncé's, Chicks Locations: Texas, Houston
AdvertisementA woman left people divided after she said she did not tip her hairdresser for 7.5 hours of work, despite saying she was "the best braider" she'd ever had. Justice previously called out "tipping culture" in a video posted in December last year, saying it was "out of control." Justice said many people think tipping is a way of saying thank you, but she didn't see it that way. Advertisement"To me, saying thank you is how you say thank you," she said. Some were vehemently on her side, saying that the tip was definitely included in the cost of the service.
Persons: , Justice, commenter, rebook — Organizations: Service, Business
The ultra-discount retailer Temu bought an eye-popping three $7 million Super Bowl ad spots. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Though not quite a rebranding, this pronunciation is new for the two-year-old e-commerce site, which aired its first (single) Super Bowl commercial last year. In that ad, Temu is clearly (and predictably) pronounced "tee-moo." Those results make the estimated $21 million look like money well spent for Temu's parent company, PDD Holdings.
Persons: , PDD Organizations: Temu, Service, Super, PDD Holdings, JPMorgan Locations: Temu, China
Chinese social media users are into the "white girl aesthetic" and crafting guides on the look. AdvertisementChinese social media has found a new, fascinating trend to follow — the "white girl aesthetic." One Xiaohongshu user posted what she called a "starter pack" for the "white girl aesthetic." Her checklist — apart from Lululemon gear and the Stanley cup — included items such as Apple Airpods Max headphones and Tiffany jewelry. XiaohongshuThe reason athleisure like Lululemon is important for the "white girl" aesthetic, the social media said, is because clothing that's too fancy throws the aesthetic off and doesn't fit the vibe.
Persons: , Max, Tiffany, gaga, Stanley, Stanleys, isn't, it's, commenter, influencers Organizations: Service, Apple Locations: West
AdvertisementA paper entrepreneur has faced backlash and seen his company's reviews tank after he left critical comments on an influencer's Instagram page using his official business account. "Must be a tough life living life on easy mode," it said. She then assumed it had been hacked, so she emailed the company's CEO, Brandon Howard, to let him know. #fypp ♬ Aesthetic - Tollan KimAccording to Sudan, Howard responded to her email, but not in the way she expected. Sudan told BI since her final video, Howard has tried to remediate the situation through her own workplace by reaching out to her boss.
Persons: influencer, , she'd, Brandon Howard, Kim, Howard, I've Organizations: Service, Business, Company, BI Locations: Sudan, ParchmentPaper.com, California
In a memorable montage from the 1999 workplace satire "Office Space," Peter Gibbons, a fed-up office drone, decides to take a stand. For years, the office cubicle was the four-walled avatar of corporate disaffection. Late '90s films like "Office Space," "Fight Club," and "The Matrix" enshrined its detested status. The tech boom arrived, bringing with it open office plans and a Silicon Valley-led gloss of egalitarianism, epitomized by Google's high-profile headquarters redesign in 2005. The top comment on the "Office Space" cubicle clip on YouTube captures the irony of this shift: "I would have killed for a cubicle," the commenter wrote.
Persons: Peter Gibbons, Google's, weren't, Nikil Saval, Slack, hasn't, Joseph Country, Heather Chapman, Chapman, Sydney Baker, there's, Baker, Thomas Roulet, Roulet, somethings, it's, Kevin Kelley, Shook Kelley, Kelley, cubicles, hewing Organizations: Toyota Corolla, Porsche, Workers, YouTube, Research, Harvard Business School, Environmental Psychology, University of Cambridge Locations: Silicon, Michigan, Louisville , Kentucky, , Charlotte , North Carolina
Walmart is selling a dupe of a pricey West Elm swivel chair. Walmart's Mira Velvet Swivel Chair costs $248, while West Elm's Cozy Swivel Chair costs as much as $899. AdvertisementOn Monday, Apartment Therapy's Morgan Pryor noted that the swivel chair sold at Walmart is a near-identical dupe to West Elm's Cozy Swivel Chair. The West Elm Cozy Swivel Chair. The West Elm Cozy Swivel Chair for $899.
Persons: Walmart's, Cozy, , @guiliannagm, Therapy's Morgan Pryor, Stanley Organizations: Walmart, West, Service, Gardens, Shoppers, Twitter, Costco, Sam's Club Locations: Elm
Recently, TikTok users have been gaining traction with the idea that people shouldn't feel guilty about paying for their own food and not splitting the check. Diners say splitting the bill can be unfairSome of the recent bill-splitting discourse posts are grouped under the hashtag "groupdinner," which has 9.6 million views. splitting the bill. AdvertisementIn sticking to etiquette norms when paying for one's own meal, it's crucial that guests repay their portion promptly. More than anything, communication between the hosts and guests is essential and can help thwart nightmare bill-splitting mishaps like the ones described in the viral TikTok videos.
Persons: , @finegalnopimple, TikToker @remiandryan, Nick Leighton, fleeced, Leighton, OnePoll, It's, it'll, it's Organizations: Service, Business, Louisiana Federal Credit Union, New York Times, Forbes Locations: Dutch, Louisiana
Read previewAfter vanishing from the internet last February — the month of her last TikTok and Instagram posts — controversial former YouTube star Gabbie Hanna has reemerged as a fitness instructor. Last month, the Lawrence County YMCA, located in Hannah's hometown of New Castle, Pennsylvania, announced her as their "newest instructor." In the quippily edited clip, which was first shared on the local YMCA's Instagram page, Hanna is seen dancing as she introduces herself as "your new instructor at the Lawrence County YMCA." one commenter wrote on the YMCA's Instagram post. Neither the Lawrence County YMCA nor Hanna immediately responded to Business Insider's requests for comment.
Persons: , Gabbie Hanna, Hanna, Trisha Paytas, Jessi, Vazquez Organizations: Service, YouTube, Business, Lawrence County YMCA, New, YMCA Locations: Lawrence, Hannah's, New Castle , Pennsylvania, Lawrence County
Delivery apps like Instacart and Walmart Spark often 'batch' orders together. Drivers have a choice, companies sayBatches have been part of Instacart's strategy for "several years," a company spokesperson told BI. Advertisement"Some customers get angry wondering why it's taking so long," the Alabama driver said. Customers give drivers low ratings and pull away tips as a result, the driver told Insider. AdvertisementDo you work for Instacart, Spark, or another delivery service and have a story idea to share?
Persons: , they'll, Instacart, Uber, commenter Organizations: Walmart, Service, Drivers, Alabama, FedEx, UPS, SEC Locations: Alabama, North Carolina, New York City, Queens, Brooklyn
AdvertisementWhile she has gone viral before, she's never received this much hate, she told BI. "We have the grey tone on grey tone on grey tone with a snarky tone thrown in," wrote one commenter. "People are either loving the house, and they're millennials, or they're anything but a millennial, and they hate it," she told BI. Those videos then went "super viral overnight," she told BI. Meesh told BI she's also been somewhat restrained in her critiques given what she could be covering — including her mother's views on the LGBTQ+ community and the patriarchal values she's espoused.
Persons: , Meesh, she's, they're, Meesh Meesh Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Arizona
Joy Behar was dismissive of the economic problems Gen Z are facing and told them to "get a job." AdvertisementActress and TV personality Joy Behar dismissed claims that Gen Z is being "left behind" by the economy and said that they need to "get a job" instead. Griffin responded: "In defense of Gen Z, they're not hitting the milestones the way every generation before them did. One commenter wrote on X : "Joy Behar showing her whole CLASS as she tells Gen Z to get a job. Advertisement46% of Gen Z and 37% of millennials said they had taken on a second job in addition to their primary job to make ends meet.
Persons: Joy Behar, Z's, Behar's, , Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Alyssa Farah Griffin, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, Goldberg, Griffin, Gen, commenter, Z, Zers, millennials Organizations: Service, ppl, ABC, Deloitte
Tamara Drpić posted a video of herself in hospital after an epidural, checking in with her boss. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA woman who said she sent her manager a work update from the hospital before giving birth has been dubbed an example of everything that's wrong with corporate America. Several commenters wrote they had also continued to work when they were in labor, or when they were hospitalized under other circumstances.
Persons: Tamara Drpić, Drpić, , ong, ellbeing, Organizations: Service, America, ust Locations: America, ife
As her TikTok channel Ballerina Farm grew in popularity, controversy has also stirred. When Ballerina Farm pretends their reality is reality, those people are erased." Who is Ballerina Farm? The creator @caroclaireburkeeen has critiqued Ballerina Farm in several videos starting at the beginning of this year. Ballerina Farm did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment.
Persons: Hannah Neeleman, , Hannah Neeleman —, sourdough, David Neeleman, Neeleman, Dean Martin, Farm's homemaking, Anne Helen Peterson, Meg Conley, Daniel, it's, She's, @caroclaireburkeeen, @thecopperpony, Ballerina Organizations: Juilliard grad, Service, Azul, JetBlue, Breeze Airways, Reuters, Juilliard, Vox Locations: Kamas , Utah
You need the "purest ice in the world," harvested directly from the rapidly melting glaciers in Greenland. At least, that's what Arctic Ice, a startup based in Greenland, is hoping will catch on as it begins selling glacier ice to upscale cocktail bars in Dubai. "Our pure iceberg ice has little to no taste, ensuring it doesn't alter the flavor of beverages as it melts, unlike ice made from tap or mineral water," reads the Arctic Ice website. Representatives for Arctic Ice and Natural Ice did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider. AdvertisementArctic Ice isn't the first to come under fire for using glacier ice to chill drinks.
Persons: , Malik V, Rasmussen, commenter, Martha Stewart, Martha, Greta Thunberg Organizations: Service, Business, Arctic, United Arab Emirates, The Guardian, Guardian Locations: Greenland, Dubai, Nuuk, Denmark
Two broods of periodical cicadas are emerging simultaneously for the first time in 221 years. That's because two broods of periodical cicadas — Broods XIII and XIX — will emerge from their underground lairs simultaneously for the first time in 221 years. Brood XIX will predominantly appear in southern states, while Brood XIII will appear in a small section of the Midwest — mainly Illinois. Unlike annual cicadas, periodical cicadas spend years in their underground rooms like brooding teenagers (is that why they're called broods?) In the case of the next two emerging broods, Brood XIII emerges every 17 years, while Brood XIX emerges every 13 years.
Persons: , Lewis, Clark, Thomas Jefferson, Hype, Instagram, Brood, Gene Kritsky, Jessee Smith, I've, Kritsky, they're, it's, cicada, you've Organizations: Service, Business, Joseph University, Southern Locations: Illinois, Chicago, Louisiana, Marbury, Madison, Lake, Mount St
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewJack Lawler, the TikToker behind the account @workretiredie, recently went viral for hilariously imploring office workers to stop using military jargon to describe their day-to-day slog. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. "Our printer went down in the office and my boss yelled 'we're basically dead in the water!'" In September, a Gen Z tech worker, Hannah Shirley, went viral on TikTok for encouraging people to communicate more authentically at work.
Persons: , Jack Lawler, we're, Lawler, We're, Hilton, commenter, who's, Lawler isn't, Hannah Shirley Organizations: Service, Excel, Business, Omaha, PSA, Media, Twitter Locations: Iwo Jima, fuckin
"Sweet Loren's is not in any way affiliated with or working with Colleen previously, now, or in the future. We also did not pay any commission for sales through the attached affiliate link." An affiliate link is a custom link generated by an affiliate marketing platform that lets the influencer earn a small commission from every product or service sold using the link. Sweet Loren's could presumably appeal to Walmart or YouTube to remove Ballinger from their affiliate program. But when an influencer organically promotes a product or service and links to an affiliate link, the brand typically has no involvement, as most brands work with a third-party affiliate network.
Persons: YouTuber Colleen Ballinger, Ballinger, Miranda Sings, cohost Trisha Paytas, she's, Ballinger hasn't, it's, Loren's, TikTok, commenter, hadn't, Sweet Loren's, Colleen, Sweet, There's, Conor Begley Organizations: Business, YouTube, Walmart
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewA recent grad who said she was "hired and fired in less than two weeks" from her first job out of college has sparked a conversation on TikTok about the deterioration of corporate onboarding. She said it was her first full-time job after graduating from college last August. Frederick said her colleagues told her they didn't know what to give her to do, which led her to feel "useless." She was told it wasn't working out and the company would be seeking another candidate.
Persons: , Sierra Desiray Frederick, she'd, Frederick, hadn't, she's Organizations: Service, Aldi, Business Locations: Tennessee
Read previewA woman who said she was "the worst version" of herself when she "had the most friends" is seeking to debunk the idea that having large friend groups is best. While this can be true, she said, it's also the case that people with fewer friends can simply have "higher standards." Corbo told BI she felt compelled to share her thoughts after seeing the creator @egybestie speak on the subject last month. "I feel like people that are so sweet, loving, just deserve everything don't really have big friend groups," she said. Though Fagan conceded having large friend groups in the past had made her life "more homogenous," she said the takeaway shouldn't be to strive for fewer friends but instead to strive for fewer groups.
Persons: , Ashley Corbo, shouldn't, It's, Corbo, it's, TikToker Chelsea Fagan, Fagan, I'm Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Connecticut, TikTok
Last Wednesday, a Gen Alpha girl named Brooklyn made her older sister Liv Kaplan feel out of touch when she informed her that a slew of Gen Z and millennial slang, from "bae" to "pop off" to "slay," is no longer cool. Perhaps most surprisingly, to call someone a best friend, Brooklyn said Gen Alpha doesn't use "bff" as much as "bsf." (Though some commenters disputed this detail and accused Gen Alpha of "gentrifying" the word GYAT by turning it from a way to say "god damn" into an acronym.) @livkaplan Replying to @Noah Schnapp ASKING MY GEN ALPHA LITTLE SISTER WHAT SLANG IS IN PART 2 💋✨ @BROOKLYN ♬ original sound - Liv KaplanIn a follow-up video, Brooklyn provided more Gen Alpha-friendly phrases. She also said Gen Alpha uses words like "cap," a way to say you think someone is lying, and "ate," meaning metaphorically to devour a look or moment (e.g., "you ate that outfit").
Persons: , Alpha, Liv Kaplan, Z, Brooklyn, Gen Alpha, @livkaplan, @Noah, n., ike Organizations: Service, Generation Alpha, Brooklyn, Business, Alpha, bsf, bae, GEN ALPHA Locations: yass,
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