10 People You Should Follow On Social Media In 2019
The beginning of the year is the perfect time to reflect on what you’re consuming, and that includes who and what you’re tuned in to on social media. If you’re all about good vibes and fresh energy in 2019, these 10 extraordinary people will surely add some magic to your timeline. You know their names, but see what it is about their pages that has people talking.
Will Smith has only been on Instagram for a year, but he’s already producing social media gold. He really makes you feel like you’re a part of his journey. Followers get what seems like a very intimate and authentic look at his life – thoughts on his failures and shortcomings included. Whether it’s an actual laugh out loud moment, a few head nods, or even a tear or two, the Fresh Prince will definitely make you feel some type of way.
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Amber Wagner is someone to watch in 2019. The proud BBW and Inglewood native shares with her 1.7 million followers on Instagram her eccentric style, raps, funny tidbits about life, spiritual wisdom, and my favorite — her elaborate two-inch nails. Wagner isn’t new to social media fame, but recently she’s taken a more uplifting approach to being real with her followers.
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If you’re looking for major motivation, Tae is serving goals. As a cancer survivor, Stanford student, and fitness enthusiast, her Instagram makes you want to get out of bed and get to work.
Saiyr is a member of the music group Ceraadi. Reigning from Los Angeles, she’s constantly serving looks and oozing positive vibes. Her silly videos will definitely brighten your day and her page may even make you consider becoming a vegan.
Be blown away by the past. Nichelle Ganier’s Vintage Black Glamour page, which became a successful book, shares snapshots of Black Hollywood’s finest from over the years. The page offers video of classic performances (Josephine Baker, Tina Turner, Nancy Wilson are just a few of many), a history lesson with every post, and gives you a sense of appreciation for the legacies of our living and long gone icons.