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Swedish House Mafia Members Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso Wipe Instagram Feeds

Remember when Swedish House Mafia completely wiped their Instagram account?


This was following the group’s 2018 reunion at Ultra Music Festival, just before they announced a wave of special shows and festival performances. The silent, almost cryptic message was hinting at something bigger. No one could have anticipated what Swedish House Mafia had planned.

Over a year later, it’s happening again. Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso have mysteriously wiped their Instagram accounts, leading many to believe they’re gearing up for something big (again). Interestingly enough, photos on Axwell‘s feed haven’t been deleted — at least not yet.

This could mean a number of things, or nothing at all. However, the chances that this is a coincidence are highly unlikely considering how strategic these artists are. The possibilities are endless.

What fans are really hoping for is new music. Recently Swedish House Mafia’s unreleased track “It Gets Better” was registered with ASCAP.

For now, we’re in the dark — but keep your eyes locked on their socials for more hints.

H/T: We Rave You | Photo via Rukes.com

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Facebook & Instagram Ban Sexual Use of Eggplant & Peach Emojis

Facebook & Instagram Ban Sexual Use of Eggplant & Peach Emojis

Facebook and Instagram are cracking down on the use of eggplant and peach emojis — as well as nude photos in which emojis cover “genitalia, butts or female nipples.”


Moving forward, pairing an eggplant or peach emoji with any expression of sexual nature may get you banned. Also, photos with emojis covering private areas may be taken down.

“[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 revealed to the New York Post.

If you’re outraged about this, you’re not alone. It sounds silly, but taking away our eggplants and peaches is a form of censorship. On the flip side, this is meant to protect social media users, especially young ones. What do you think?

See the updated Facebook Community Standards, which also includes Instagram.

 

Source: NY Post

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