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Saba Hamedy

Saba Hamedy is the culture and trends editor for NBC News Digital.

Saba Hamedy is the culture and trends editor for NBC News Digital.

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These creators (and one coach) are posting content from the World Cup

These creators (and one coach) are posting content from the 2022 World Cup

Ticketmaster apologizes; Taylor Swift says watching fiasco has been ‘excruciating’

Taylor Swift on Friday responded to fan frustration over the botched presale for her upcoming “The Eras” tour which led to Ticketmaster's decision to cancel the public sale of tickets.

Social media users are calling Rihanna out for including Johnny Depp in her coming Savage X Fenty fashion show

Johnny Depp will appear in the fourth edition of Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty fashion show. News of his cameo was met with backlash by some online.

Daniel Radcliffe on playing a very shirtless 'Weird Al' in new satirical biopic

Daniel Radcliffe on playing a very shirtless 'Weird Al' in new satirical biopic

Emmanuel the TikTok-famous emu doesn't have bird flu, caretaker says

Emmanuel the emu, who caused hysteria online last week when his caretaker suggested he might have contracted the highly contagious bird flu, is OK, his caretaker said.

Adam Levine's alleged cheating DMs with model become viral meme

Adam Levine's alleged Instagram DMs to a model have become the internet's latest meme, with many people both criticizing and mocking the Maroon 5 singer.

YouTube announces creators will be eligible for revenue from Shorts, the platform's TikTok competitor

YouTube unveiled major changes to its partner program on Tuesday, announcing that creators will soon be able to earn ad revenue off of Shorts.

These SoCal bros went viral for their prankish videos from city council meetings. Now they're taking their humor to Netflix.

Chad Kroeger and JT Parr, whose real names are Tom Allen and John Parr, are just two Southern California bros trying to "spread the stoke." If you don't know

Has the obsession with Alabama #RushTok gone too far? Viewers don’t think so.

Get ready for ‘season two’ of #RushTok: The sorority spectacle is back to (possibly) flood your social media feeds

Cracker Barrel's Facebook post about its plant-based sausage ignites comment culture war

The restaurant chain ignited a fiery debate on its Facebook page after encouraging customers to "discover new meat frontiers" with its plant-based sausage offering.

Beyoncé changes lyric in 'Renaissance' song after criticism over ableism

Beyoncé is changing a lyric in a song on her new album, "Renaissance," following criticism by many people in the disability community that the track contained an ableist slur.