Triggered: Justin Bieber Condemns Instagram, 'Gilmore Girls' Launches on Netflix

Triggered: Justin Bieber Condemns Instagram, 'Gilmore Girls' Launches on Netflix

Each week, writer Mathias Rosenzweig reflects on the events in pop culture that left him triggered.

Each week, writer Mathias Rosenzweig reflects on the events in pop culture that left him triggered.

Text: MATHIAS ROSENZWEIG

Justin Bieber interrupted his concert in London last night to explain his theory about Instagram basically being hell on Earth. Clearly, Justin Bieber has hacked into my DMs. #TRIGGERED

Brooklyn Beckham is coming out with a new photo book titled What I See. Prepare yourself for visuals of Victoria Beckham trying to suck the youthful, sweet blood of the Fifth Harmony girls. #TRIGGERED

Taylor Swift just announced that she and AT&T are teaming up to launch Taylor Swift NOW, a TV channel dedicated to her 24/7. Meanwhile, I'm still trying to team up with AT&T to lower my phone bill. #TRIGGERED

This week’s wildfire in Tennessee came dangerously close to burning down Dolly Parton’s theme park, Dollywood. Gays and Mariah Carey can rejoice that our country’s epicenter of glitter and rhinestones remains mostly intact, albeit still flaming. #TRIGGERED

Prince Harry looked extremely uncomfortable while sharing a stage with Governor-General of Saint Vincent, who held a moment of silence for Fidel Castro. Reminds me of the time I went to a bluegrass concert in Pennsylvania without realizing it was a low key Trump rally. #TRIGGERED

Netflix streaming went through the roof last week with four new episodes of Gilmore Girls. Luckily for those that also peaked in high school (ahem), perfect Rory’s life is also full of one night stands and unemployment. #TRIGGERED

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