Waymond "Chef Way" Wesley, a TikTok chef and Texas prosecutor, resigned after backlash from his old tweets disparaging Black women.

News

TikTok Chef Way got cooked by Black Twitter for old tweets about Black women.

Race Matters

Kelisa Wing's past social media activity has particularly angered conservatives.

Social media users uncovered that Christine Davitt, a senior social media manager for Teen Vogue, used the n-word in three tweets posted from 2009-2010.

Alexi McCammond, an award-winning Black journalist, is at the center of controversy after social media users uncovered homophobic and anti-Asian tweets from 2011.

Nation

James R. Riley, the University of Alabama’s now-former assistant vice president and dean of students, abruptly quit after his old tweets about racism, police and America resurfaced.

Entertainment

In Kevin Hart's case, having fellow comedian Ellen DeGeneres in his corner could lead to his redemption of sorts.

The breakfast eatery received major backlash on Sunday evening after tweeting, "Flat but has a GREAT personality," with a photo of a stack of their famous pancakes. The tweet wasn't well received by its fans who normally enjoy the company's humor.