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Hasbulla Is The King Of Social Media Now

In these days of social media managers and mysteriously trained algorithms, it's becoming vanishingly rare to see an internet star who doesn't conform to the generic influencer mold. When someone does break through these expectations, though, it means they make an even bigger impact.

Hasbulla Magomedov, aka Mini Khabi, has shaped up to be one of the most compelling candidates for breaking these boundaries recently. At 18 years old and just over 3'3, he first rose to prominence through sharing humorous videos on his Instagram account. After a year of its existence, it has gained more than 300,000 followers and started his fledgling MMA career. His widely publicized fight with singer Abdu Rozik last month shot him even further to stardom.

After this, he has continued to maintain the kind of profile most aspiring influencers can only dream of with fan accounts on multiple platforms propagating viral videos and memes every other week. His infectious attitude has propelled his sustained popularity, and it probably also helps that he's Russian, feeding into meme culture's longstanding admiration of all things Slavic

Whether demonstrating his fighting prowess, making fun of cringeworthy TikTokers or standing on/in front of a series of impressive looking cars, his presence alone brings the vibe that online legend is made of. His fame doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, so it's only right to celebrate it with some of the best content he has made and inspired.

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The Buzz Around The Beekeeping Influencer Beef

Two of the most improbably wholesome things on this earth are honey bees and niche but adorable online communities. Both are an essential part of their respective ecosystems and put a lot of work into producing something sweet. Combine the two and you get something like @texasbeeworks, the TikTok account that has been bringing beekeeping exploits to the masses.

The face of the account is Erika Thompson, who has been winning hearts and views for her seemingly unconventional methods. Many of her videos show her rescuing bees with no protective equipment, usually scooping them with her bare hands — although she assures viewers that she takes precautions when needed.

So far, so warm and fuzzy. However, this is the internet and nothing is sacred. In recent days, Thompson has been challenged by beekeeper Friday Chamberlain. Over at @lahoneybeerescue, Chamberlain's video slammed the methods of her fellow bee influencer as "setting a dangerous precedent". She criticized her lack of tools, as well as the dangers of dark clothing and long hair. Even worse, she accused her of letting her husband do most of the work behind the scenes.

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No more influencers. Society has passed the need for influencers. 

While the influencers themselves may disagree with this sentiment, anyone who has been scrolling their way through the garbage fire of 2020 is probably with it. We're not sure if we're spending more time on the internet or if they're losing it because they can't travel and dine out on clout alone, but they've become way more insufferable than we ever thought possible. The only thing we can really do to cope is mock them, and YouTube's effspot makes that extremely easy with this compilation of these vapid souls running wild on the streets of Los Angeles. Brace yourself: cringe is coming.

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17 Trollish Instagram Memes That Make Fun Of All The BS

We all know that Instagram and other social media platforms are completely full of fake sh*t, and we're all guilty of scrolling through it from time to time. Some of us more than others...

So go ahead and scroll through these memes as a little form of schadenfreude. No shame in that!

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Influencer's Insane Ad For An Assistant Is The Epitome Of Entitlement

It's amazing that influencers and other celebrities are still trying to pretend "we're all in this together." While some might be dabbling in social issues or sharing their lockdown routines, others are actually actively seeking to hire an assistant in this climate. Writer Taylor Lorenz shared one such employment listing on Twitter today, and the job description is as insane and awful as you'd probably imagine.

The position, which is listed as "Personal Assistant to Influencer," actually demands the candidate to be on call 24/7 - which is definitely highly illegal. The pay, which is listed at $25-30 an hour, doesn't seem worth the burden of having to wake someone daily. Even more toxic? The request that the prospective assistant completely turn off their emotions and leave their personal lives at home. If you're expected to be constantly available, that seems like most of a person's life. 

As can be expected, Twitter users were quick to marvel at, mock, and roast the advertisement. Some are even trying to guess which "celebrity" would have the balls to ask for so much and offer so little. We've put the best responses to the ad (which is below) in this gallery, but you can sink even deeper into the entitlement hole by checking out the thread for yourself.

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Entitled Influencer Asks For Free Hotel Stay, Gets Told Off By Hotel Owner

We know that Millennials aren't all entitled cheapskates (we are Millennials after all) but we have to say that people like British YouTuber Elle Darby make us look really bad. 

Darby requested via email a free five-night stay for her and her boyfriend at a hotel in Ireland. Instead of paying the hotel, she would give the business "exposure" - the hotel owner was certainly having none of that and replied to her with a snarky email, which he has since published online. He even went on to ban all social media influencers from his places of business.

Do you think the hotel owner's response was fair or did it go too far? Let us know in the comments!

Email exchange between an entitled social media influencer and a hotel owner | My partner and are planning come Dublin an early Valentines Day weekend Feb 8th 12th explore area. As searching places stay came across stunning hotel and would love feature my YouTube videos/dedicated Instagram stories/posts bring traffic hotel and recommend others book up return free accommodation. Last year worked with Universal Orlando Florida and 's been amazing them! Thank email looking free accommodation return
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Instagram 'Influencer' Gets Her Just Desserts After Demanding Free Wedding Photography

What is it with these entitled people? Does no one in this world have any amount of chill anymore? 

Honestly, we almost think this "influencer" might just be a regular-ass person demanding free stuff. Although, we do have to give them some due props for coming up with a scheme this elaborate, like DAMN.

Instagram 'Influencer' Gets Her Just Desserts After Demanding Free Wedding Photography
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