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  • Instagram has its own tabloid
  • Instagram has its own tabloid
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Instagram has its own tabloid

“#ClapbackSeason!” announces a post from Instagram account ShadeRoom. “#ChrisBrown babymomma #Nia had enough with y'all!” This might not mean much to you, but if you’re following the pop star’s love triangle on the app’s biggest gossip account, it’s invaluable information.

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