A recent Instagram video shows how normal people eat a burger as opposed to how influencers eat it; the comments are too relatable to miss.
A restaurant owner shared a strongly worded response to an influencer, who was offering him a 'collab' for a free meal in exchange for social media posts.
The fitness influencer stated that "even if dog food has high protein content, its definitely not worth it."
The results showed that nearly half of the most popular videos from kid influencers promoted food and drinks.
As a part of this study, the researchers analysed the content uploaded by six of the most popular German influencers on Instagram, YouTube and other platforms.
A pop-up food joint in London played a prank on the influencer when he contacted them to provide him free food. Don't miss the amusing post.
A Twitter post re-shared a video of the influencer who tried some Indian foods for the first time and called it "a life-changing experience." But it went viral for all the wrong reasons.
In the viral video, the Mumbai vlogger does a little experiment to eat at Taj Mahal and pay with coins. The internet is divided.
Joe Nicchi, the founder of CVT Soft Serve ice-cream truck in LA said that he is 'sick' of people asking for freebies. He made it official that he didn't want 'influencers' asking for free ice-creams ...
Cadbury reportedly responded by issuing a statement, saying, Bournvita contains ingredients approved for use. Read on to know more.