By Ann Brown
The invitation-only social media app Clubhouse is growing in popularity but has some serious competition from Twitter, which is testing its own social audio app, Twitter Spaces. Users seem to be loving it.
With Clubhouse, users can drop in and out of any room as passive listeners. But Clubhouse has faced some pushback, accused of being a culture vulture and making money off the backs of Black people.
“I keep telling people, we go on Clubhouse, we making another one of them a billionaire,” hip-hop mogul Master P said in an Instagram video posted by DJ Akademiks. “We just did it! Just for Clubhouse. We need to create stuff like that to where we control the narrative and we’re able to put the money back in our community and our Click here to read entire article