Snapchat is under fire over alleged racist comments made by CEO Evan Spiegel, right. The company denies that Spiegel said India and Spain are “poor countries” that Snap did not want to expand to.
Snapchat is under fire over alleged racist comments made by CEO Evan Spiegel, right. The company denies that Spiegel said India and Spain are “poor countries” that Snap did not want to expand to. Richard Drew AP
Snapchat is under fire over alleged racist comments made by CEO Evan Spiegel, right. The company denies that Spiegel said India and Spain are “poor countries” that Snap did not want to expand to. Richard Drew AP

Snapchat’s ratings plunge after its CEO allegedly says it’s ‘only for rich people’

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