Current Twitter trends: 'Things I love,' Pleasure P, 'Who I Am'
Thursday 03 December 2009
People on Twitter adore talking about the things they love. The meme "#ThingsILove" is at the top of Twitter's list of most talked about topics for the second day in a row.
On December 3, "Shopping online!", "vacations..." and "my family and friends for making sure i don't do stupid things" are some of the things people love and are tweeting about.
Marcus Cooper, aka "Pleasure P," is the second most talked about topic on the microblogging site on the morning of December 3.
On December 2 court documents were posted online alleging that the American R&B singer molested his niece and nephew and was no longer allowed to have unsupervised contact with children.
AGoldsteinGirl (real name Laura Goldstein), a Twitter user claiming to be the daughter of Pleasure P's lawyer, posted photos of the court documents on her Twitter account along with the words "Pleasure P is a Child Molester PROOF."
The term "#WhoIam" refers to a new song released by the American pop-rock group, the Jonas brothers, on December 3. "IT'S OUT! This is a short link to iTunes to get Who I Am. http://bit.ly/whoiam_itunes," wrote Nick Jonas on his Twitter account.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 3 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #ThingsILove (unchanged)
2. Pleasure P (new)
3. #WhoIAm (new)
4. New Moon (new)
5. Tiger Woods (new)
6. Grammy (new)
7. #SeeNewMoonAgain (new)
8. #whywomencheat (new)
9. #whymencheat (new)
10. NSW (new)
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