Location Imaging Photoshoot 2019
Source: Briggs on Facebook
Bunbury / Freo / Adelaide were so dope. Thanks to everyone that came down and showed loved. Melbourne / Geelong / Hobart you’re up next!
Special mention to the Adelaide peeps! As always Adelaide was an absolute banger and is now one of my favourite shows to date. I can’t thank you guys enough for that one. It was truly inspirational seeing the bro @manazillofficial kill the support along side my bros @knoe and @JOHNIEPEE too.
Such a sick night. Bring on the rest
Source: Drapht on Facebook
The North American leg of ‘The Great Expanse’ World Tour starts Friday in San Diego and we have a surprise. Not only is Adrian Eagle joining us but so is DJ Total Eclipse of the almighty X-Ecutioners! Tickets are selling fast and we just got word that Chicago, Portland and Calgary have all sold out! Also, we’ve shifted venues in Honolulu to NextDoor. See you guys soon, we’re about to board a plane and pass out during season two of Deadwood.
Source: Hilltop Hoods on Facebook
Made this little vid about ‘Lean On Me’ and the inspiration behind it. I haven’t spoken enough about Lean On Me, I’ve been all over the place working. But it was the most added song at Australian radio the week it dropped. That’s a first for me. And it’s kept rolling since. A lot of people have sent messages about it really resonating with them and as always all i can say is thank you and I’m so stoked that it means something to you because it also does to me. Big love
Source: Illy On Facebook
It’s safe to say that we’re not talking about fruit when we send someone the eggplant or peach emojis. For this same reason, Facebook and Instagram have updated their guidelines to ban the use of the emojis as a sexual expression on their social media platform.
If a user uses either of the aforementioned emojis to suggest that they’re sexually aroused then the user will get flagged and it will qualify as “Sexual Solicitation.”
“[Content] will only be removed from Facebook and Instagram if it contains a sexual emoji alongside an implicit or indirect ask for nude imagery, sex or sexual partners, or sex chat conversations,” Instagram tells The New York Post. “We aren’t taking action on simply the emojis.” Such emojis used to cover nipples, butts or any other private or suggestive areas will also lead a user to be flagged that could later get them banned from either platform.”
Links to adult content or pornography will also get a user banned. Adult star, Kendra James, admitted that her money flow has been affected when she “told a man who DM’d me demanding free nude pics that this was my job and he could join my site.”
What are your thoughts on Instagram and Facebook’s new policy?