When Facebook and Instagram made new changes and installed new upgrades on their features, like most of ya’ll, we are left puzzled too, wondering if it is even legal considering that Mark Zuckerberg basically stole or copied what Snapchat offers on its app, 100%.
While Snapchat’s founder, Evan Spiegel, is known to shy away from interviews, but thankfully, his supermodel fiancé, isn’t. In a recent rendezvous with Miranda Kerr, the Victoria’s Secret angel told us that she’s had enough of Facebook copying Snapchat. “I cannot stand Facebook. Can they not be innovative?” she remarked, “Do they have to steal all of my partner’s ideas? I’m so appalled by that. When you directly copy someone, that’s not innovation.” Mhmm.
If you’re wondering why Facebook didn’t resolve this issue in a sound way, or at least you know, legally, here’s what you need to know: In 2013, Facebook has offered billions of dollars to Snapchat in an effort to purchase ownership of the app, but Evan Spiegel had rebuffed the offer.
In return, Facebook took a groundbreaking step last Summer to elevate its own social networking app’s rank, by copying the same features that they so badly wanted from Snapchat. The company is also testing Facebook Stories in its main app, and has made the same format available on Messenger. #Lel.
Facebook is currently one of the main risk factors to Snapchat’s business of 158 million daily users, which saw a significant decrease in user growth after Instagram Stories was released last year. Hmm, no wonder Miranda Kerr is mad. First, Mark Zuckerberg steals her beau’s source of income, and second, it has been reported that she’s not getting laid!
In related news, the supermodel has just revealed that she has not yet had sex with her fiancé Evan Spiegel, who may or may not be a virgin. In the same interview with The Times of London, Miranda Kerr mentioned that she doesn’t need to use contraception now because she doesn’t have sex with her current partner. “Not until after we get married,” she said. “Evan Spiegel is very traditional. We can’t. I mean we’re just…waiting.”