Top 5 Trending on Twitter This Week


Buthina Elhag, Staff Writer

Top 5 Trending Things on Twitter This Week


  • Impeachment 


On Tuesday, December 10th House Democrats announced the two articles of impeachment against President Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. On Capitol Hill, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said “No one, not even the president, is above the law. White House Secretary Stephanie Grisham spoke on behalf of Trump, “The President will address these false charges in the Senate and expects to be full exonerated because he did nothing wrong”


  •    Juice Wrld’s Death


Rising rapper Juice Wrld sadly passed away this Sunday at Midway Airport. He is suspected to have suffered a seizure while walking through the airport. He was transported Chicago Fire to Christ Medical Center where he was shortly pronounced dead shortly after. The official cause of death is still unknown and is being investigated by authorities. 


  • Romance—Camila Cabello


Pop Star Camila Cabello dropped her highly anticipated new album “Romance” on Friday, Dec 6th. The project was received well by critics earning a favorable score of 71/100 on Metacritic and a 9.1/10 from fans. The sultry 14 track album includes her #1 single Señorita and fan favorites like Liar and Easy. As of now, the album is predicted to hit #1 on the Billboard 200 chart.


  • Camps in China


Classified documents have been coming out more and more each week revealing the Chinese government’s deliberate strategy to lock up ethnic minorities, most of them Muslim. A 2017 Report from a local branch of the Xinjiang Ministry of Justice says the aim of the camps is to “wash brains, cleanse hearts, support the right, remove the wrong”. Leading security from the branch, Adrian Zenz, says “They confirm that this is a form of cultural genocide”.


  • XXXTENTACION’s New Album


Popular rapper XXXTENTACION who morosely passed away last year has released an album “Bad Vibes Forever”. The project is made up of throwaway tracks from his past work. The album sparked controversy on Twitter. Some people argue that it’s disrespectful to use old tracks and that his label and parents should just “let him rest”. While others say it’s a touching final goodbye to the beloved rapper.