Follow This Celebrity On Twitter For A Crazy Array Of Tweets

Cher's Twitter is one of the strangest, most compelling profiles out there. She doesn't just Tweet - she holds court.

Last month, UFC fighter Nick Diaz was handed a five-year suspension from the league after testing positive for cannabis. Many celebrities have come to Diaz's defence. The latest? Cher, who tweeted the following:

She covers everything from the Republican candidates for president...

…to late-night comedy shows… hip-hop:

Whatever the subject, you can count on Cher to chime in. She's also very relatable. Have you ever struggled with technology? Cher has:

Each tweet is a small wonder, an emoji-filled, STRANGELY CAPITALIZED, deeply sincere personal statement. She gives life advice to fans…

…sends updates about her family… 

…and does…whatever this is:

You might be thinking that we're being ironic, getting in a few cheap laughs at the expense of a 69-year-old woman who's trying her damnedest to keep up with the times.

Not so.

Cher's Twitter is a treasure trove of unfiltered thoughts and spur-of-the-moment observations. At a time when many celebrities' posts are written by interns or ghostwriters, it's refreshing to see such an unfiltered perspective. Cher, quite simply, doesn't give a f***.

Cher has mastered Twitter. If you need any more proof, well, she'd like to send you a delicious cake.


Most people know that to consume alcohol and then get behind the wheel of a car is very dangerous — not just for the driver and passengers, but for anyone else sharing the road. For cannabis consumers, however, understanding levels of impairment is not so straightforward. To date, there is not yet a technology used by law enforcement that can accurately detect cannabis impairment similar to alcohol breathalyzers.

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