My tweets and quotes have been used in several pop culture articles all over the internet, such as in Vox–“The Enduring, Endearing, Cult of Gray Sweatpants Thirst“, The Daily Dot–Broke Millennials Joking Amid Corona Virus , The Huffington Post– The 20 Funniest Tweets By Women This Week, The Tab, Paste Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Inside Hook, Mashable, Thrillist, and “2018, the Year Astrology Memes Exploded on the Internet“
Buzzfeed, synonymous at this point with millennial-based listicles and interest pieces, has featured me in several articles including: “29 Insanely Funny Jokes That Got Over 50,000 Retweets This Month“, “19 Tweets That’ll Hurt You And End Way Differently Than You Expect Them To“, “The 100 Best Memes of 2018“, “21 Period Jokes That Will Make Anyone Who Bleeds Laugh Until It Hurts“, “25 Millennial Tweets That Are So Accurate You’ll Laugh Then Cry“, “19 Hysterical Tweets From This Month That Got Over 50k Retweets“, “22 Pee-In-Your-Pants Funny Tweets About Sex“, “13 of The Funniest Viral Messages From July“, “21 Tweets That Are 100% Relatable and 200% A Personal Attack“, “16 Jokes From Women This Week I Can’t Stop Laughing At“, “If You Think You’re Having A Bad Day Just Think ABout These 2 People“, “15 Brilliant Tweets That Will Make Post Grads Both Laugh and Cry“and “50 Therapy Tweets From 2018 That Are Funny As Hell“.
My jokes have also circulated around different meme accounts, including several on Facebook. Most notably, I was featured on Betches, a popular account that gives a woman-focused view on the news and pop culture.
My tweets have often created controversy, acting as a discussion platform for an array of reasons. This has led me to be featured on “White People Twitter” Reddit forum several times throughout the last few months.