Ellen brought out of the questions that are tough BravoвЂ™s Andy Cohen this week.
вЂњAre you on a gay relationship app?вЂќ she asked.
вЂњIвЂ™m on Tinder,вЂќ Cohen revealed, before incorporating this little bit of intrigue:
вЂњThere is a gay dating software that IвЂ™m on [editors note: clearly he means Grindr] because they think IвЂ™m impersonating вЂAndy CohenвЂ™, and theyвЂ™re like, вЂYour photos donвЂ™t meet our guidelinesвЂ™ and I keep trying to [say] that I keep getting kicked off of вЂNo! It is me personally.’вЂќ
But as Ellen highlights next, the difficulty might have simply gotten a whole lot larger.
вЂњBut see, now by doing that,вЂќ she reasoned, вЂњanyone observing will probably try [to make use of your photos] because now youвЂ™ve offered them that idea.вЂќ
Or hereвЂ™s another idea: Just donвЂ™t accomplish that. ItвЂ™s 100% creepy.
Strangely enough, that isnвЂ™t the time that is first problem has arrived up.
In 2016, RuPaulвЂ™s Drag Race season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen posted that their account kept getting banned, additionally:
Therefore whatвЂ™s the deal, Grindr?
Can it be time for you to implement confirmed reports a la Twitter or Instagram so celebs can seek out significant connection and everlasting love like everyone? Continue reading