Twitter index: Nirvana a top Twitter trend on the anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death
Tuesday 05 April 2011
"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:
- #whycantyoujust (new)
- #sincewebeinghonest (+1)
- #ilovewhen (new)
- RIP Kurt Cobain (new)
- Khleo Thomas (new)
- Hell Date (re-entry)
- Rolling Papers (new)
- Trina (new)
- IPL (new)
- Nirvana (new)
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