Justin Timberlake And Jimmy Fallon Pokes Fun At Hashtag [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | September 25, 2013 02:26 PM EDT
Let's face it we all have been guilty if not we are the ones fed up of it - I am referring to improper use of hashtags.
The video parody duo is at it again, Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon takes on the (improper) use of hashtag. Let's face it either you are guilty of the act or the ones annoyed by this deed. Everyone seems to be hung on this overtly use of hashtags (or pound) as others may refer to it.
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This HAS TO STOP! Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon ridiculously brings to life the (literal) use of hashtags during a conversation. This highly resonates violator or doers of this social media crime on all platforms such as twitter, facebook, and instagram.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's video gives a hilarious take on how will it be like to 'literally' use to much hashtag in real life.
Watch the video here!
Video Courtesy: NBC via YouTube
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