As you may already be aware, Lady Gaga is Twitter’s most-followed user with more than 5.74 million followers. But who is Twitter’s most-listed user?
Now that 10 months have passed since the introduction of Lists, who reigns supreme as Twitter’s most-listed user? Is it Lady Gaga, Twitter’s most-followed user? Or how about Britney Spears, who previously held the crown? Or perhaps it’s Ashton Kutcher, the “king of Twitter,” according to Oprah?
Oh btw, Celebuzz is now saying that there's a good chance that JB will take the crown from Lady Gaga as the most followed on Twitter by the end of the year. JBShrine made that prediction a while ago. :p
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Despite what a number of online rumors have stated there is no free Bieber Ticket giveaway going on. A number of fraudsters set up a scam involving free tickets, and were able to steal the information from a number of different people. They targeted people who followed Bieber both on Facebook and on Twitter for the scam, going directly at his fans.
A new scheme is targeting Bieber’s Facebook friends with a link to a bogus free ticket giveaway for his upcoming tour. No matter how enticing the offer seems, do not click any links to free Bieber ticket giveaway. The links are all fake, and any true giveaway would likely be announced by Bieber himself.
A statement from the online security firm Sophos said that the free giveaway was a trick for the fraudsters to gather information from unknowing youngsters. It will be interesting to see how Bieber responds to the threat and whether or not legal action will be taken against those that are involved. Young people who are fans of Bieber will probably be very excited by the link, and will be very quick to click on it. If you see a link to a free Bieber ticket giveaway, avoid it like the plague!