Twitter index: Nirvana a top Twitter trend on the anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death

"RIP Kurt Cobain,” post Twitterers commemorating the death of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain on April 5.

"Today i will celebrate your life through your music! Nirvana will bee bumpin all daye!!!" and "One of the greatest bands and one of the greatest song-writers ever. Strong and fragile and clever and stupid. #nirvana RIP Kurt Cobain," tweet microbloggers using fourth place term "RIP Kurt Cobain" and tenth place term "Nirvana."

The hashtags "#whycantyoujust," "#sincewebeinghonest" and "#ilovewhen" fill the first three spots in Twitter’s most talked about topics.

The name of American actor and rapper "Khleo Thomas" is in fifth place, American TV series " Hell Date" is in sixth place, " Rolling Papers," the name of a recently released album by American rapper Wiz Khalifa, is in seventh place and the name of American rapper "Trina" is in eighth place.

"IPL," the abbreviation for Indian Premier League - a Twenty20 cricket competition held in India - is in ninth place.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on April 5 at 7:30 AM GMT are:

  1. #whycantyoujust (new)
  2. #sincewebeinghonest (+1)
  3. #ilovewhen (new)
  4. RIP Kurt Cobain (new)
  5. Khleo Thomas (new)
  6. Hell Date (re-entry)
  7. Rolling Papers (new)
  8. Trina (new)
  9. IPL (new)
  10. Nirvana (new)
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