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- nicki minaj claimed she was in "twitter jail" after tweeting about the coronavirus vaccines.
- minaj shared a story about her cousin's friend in trinidad who claims he had a bad reaction to the vaccine.
- the rapper also says she was invited to the white house; however, the white house claims she was only offered a phone call.
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rapper nicki minaj, who has been criticized recently for her claims on social media about the coronavirus vaccine, says she was in "twitter jail" because of a recent post.
minaj on wednesday posted to her 157 million instagram followers claiming that she was unable to tweet after the social media company "didn't like" what she was saying.
the rapper, who originally took to twitter to explain she did not attend monday's met gala because she was hesitant about getting vaccinated against covid-19, a requirement for the fundraiser, started tweeting misinformation related to the vaccine after saying that a friend of her cousin in trinidad became impotent after getting vaccinated and was left with swollen testicles and a ruined marriage.
minaj claimed on instagram she was in "twitter jail" over the post -- but the tech giant denies that.
because minaj's tweet was a personal anecdote, it didn't violate the company's rules, a spokesperson told insider.
twitter's policy states that "for content related to covid-19 to be considered violative under this policy, it must advance a claim of fact, expressed in definitive terms" and "personal anecdotes or first-person accounts" are not a violation.
minaj also tweeted that she was invited to the white house to speak to officials about the coronavirus vaccine. a white house official told a bloomberg reporter minaj was only offered a phone call.
—jennifer epstein (@jeneps) september 15, 2021
minaj later went live on her instagram on wednesday to defend her position, saying "do y'all think i would go on the internet and lie about being invited to the f--- white house?"
minaj and her team did not respond to insider's request to comment about her claims she was asked to the white house.
celebrities like minaj often wield a lot of power on the internet because of their large fanbase. minaj's dedicated fanbase, also known as "barbz," often comes to her defense when she is openly criticized by the public. in 2018, a critic who posted a tweet about minaj's artistic direction received harassment from barbz online. when the critic later posted about the harassment, it only made minaj's fans more upset and further incited hateful messages, insider reported.
dr. anthony fauci, the country's top infectious disease expert, responded to minaj's claims on cnbc, warning the artist that she needs to "think twice" about what she posts about covid-19 because of her large platform even if her tweets were "innocent."
Organise Your Footwear Efficiently with Shoe Racks
Messy rooms and disorganised footwear are problems of the past. With various shoe racks in the market, you can neatly organise all your shoes, heels, sneakers, and more in a jiffy. With these items, you can make your room look just the way you like it. So, if you’re still the kind of person who simply pushes his/her shoes under tables, beds, and other furniture items, it’s time to stop. Keep reading to know more about the types of racks that you can buy.
Types of Shoe Racks
In case you don’t have many footwear options, you can opt for a hanging shoe organiser. You can pick one that features a metal frame and a heavy-duty polyester fabric body that can hold up to ten pairs of shoes. You can use the side pockets to store flimsy slippers and other small accessories. You can easily assemble and hang it from your closet rod on two hooks.
Over-the-Door Shoe Organiser
With this organiser, you can make the most of your living space. You can place this organiser on the back of your cupboard door. Depending on the size of the organiser, you can store as many shoes, sandals, etc., as you want. By using this organiser, you’ll have a lot more room for your clothes, bags, accessories, and more.
Portable and Covered Shoe Organiser
Instead of investing in a separate cupboard for your shoes, you can opt for this organiser. It is easy to assemble, sturdy, and has strong shelves. Since it comes with a cover, you can easily hide your footwear. This will safeguard the aesthetic appeal of your room. The above-mentioned organisers are only a few examples of all the items that you can find online. So, if you want to make your home look prim and proper, you know what to do.
Buy Shoe Racks Online
From the comfort of your home, you can shop for wooden shoe racks, metal shoe racks, Nilkamal shoe racks, plastic shoe racks, shoe racks with covers, steel shoe racks, Urban ladder shoe racks, shoe rack with seats, shoe organizer, wall mounted shoe racks, and so on. You can even find wooden shoe racks online. And, in case your budget is not too high, you can search for some of the cheapest shoe racks online as well. You can view various shoe cupboard prices so that you can find ones that perfectly suit your budget and preference.
Shopping online helps you stay indoors. This way, you get to save yourself from skin/hair damage, skin tanning, long commutes, never-ending queues at checkout counters, endless traffic, stress, fatigue, and so much more. And, since most shopping sites offer frequent sales and discounts, you can make purchases at the best prices. Happy shopping!
Whether you’re a sneakerhead or a Manolo devotee, you’ve likely grappled with the question of how to store all of your precious shoes in a cramped city apartment. Under the bed just won’t do, and a jumble of mismatched pairs cluttering your entryway isn’t a great look either. To find the best storage solutions that also keep your shoes in tip-top shape, we spoke to 16 professional organizers all throughout New York City (and one in Raleigh) for their recommendations. Below, 21 of their favorite boxes, shelves, racks, and more.
Best overall shoe organizers
These clear-plastic shoeboxes from the Container Store were the most recommended storage solution by our organization experts. “We never encourage clients to keep shoes in their original shoeboxes,” says Jamie Hord of Horderly Professional Organizing. “Clear, uniform shoeboxes let you see exactly what you have, maximize your space, and give you an aesthetic look in your closet that makes it impossible to mess up.” They work for both shoes that are worn regularly and ones that need to be stored for the off-season. They’re also stackable. “You want to mimic creating shelves in some way,” says Amanda Wiss, founder of Urban Clarity, while Apartment Jeanie’s Jeanie Engelbach recommends utilizing the height of the closet to store shoes. They’re also easy to label, and Jeni Aron of Clutter Cowgirl says, “If you’re done with a pair of shoes, you can use the box for something else not even shoe related (bathroom, kitchen, pet stuff, meds, etc.).” They come in standard, large, and tall sizes (for heels), but can get pricey if you need a bunch of them.
Here’s something similar from the Container Store that three of our experts also highly recommend. “I love these boxes because you don’t have to unstack them to get the pair of shoes you want,” says Emily Matles of Emagine Simplicity. Hord agrees: “These drop-front shoeboxes create an exact home for every shoe with super-easy access and give your closet a beautiful, yet functional, aesthetic.” Jessica Decker of Become Organized also likes these because “the closed drawer keeps shoes protected from dust, while small ventilation holes allow shoes to breathe.”
Best over-the-door shoe organizers
For an organization system that’s more out of the way, four of our experts recommend sticking them on the back of a door. “In my opinion, the best place for shoes (in terms of space-saving) is on the back of a door or inside a closet door,” says Tori Cohen of Tori the Organizer. Decker agrees: “An over-the-door shoe organizer is the easiest, simplest way to store shoes. It goes up in a second and can hold 24 pairs of shoes in an otherwise unused space.” Nicole Abramovici of Genius Organizing notes that the average shoe bag accommodates only 12 pairs, but “this gem has 24 pockets [and fits] one pair per pocket, meaning 24 pairs are up in there. Life-changing!” Natalie Schier, president and founder of Cut the Clutter, also recommends this particular style for heels or chunkier shoes. To make this organizer look a little more appealing, professional organizer Ann Sullivan suggests using decorative nails or small hooks to mount it on doors instead of using the over-the-door hooks that comes with it.
This one is even simpler (and less expensive), and it’s Schier’s pick for flats, sandals, and sneakers. “The clear pockets mean you can quickly spot the shoes you want to wear,” she says. “It’s also super easy to mount this rack directly to the inside of a door or even a wall. I use it with my clients not just for shoes, but for winter accessories, too.”
Another over-the-door option is this nifty organizer that Lauren Levy wrote about, and is “the rare hanging option that doesn’t involve any pockets.” While it takes more assembly than one with pouches, “the benefit is that it comfortably carries both heels and flats,” she says, “and it won’t suffocate shoe leather, a material that requires sufficient breathing room to stay fresh.”
$33 at Amazon
Best shoe-cubby systems
For those who prefer to keep shoes contained in their own compartments, try this simple cubby system recommended by Lisa Tselebidis, a KonMari-certified consultant. “This minimalist cubby organizer can be placed anywhere in the home, whether in the entryway or in a closet,” she says. “You can put two or more of these together and create as large of a shoe organizer as you need.” Sullivan also recommends a similar system and notes that it is “great for a mudroom,” and “if you don’t want to do built-ins or have the budget for them.” Amelia Meena of Appleshine is also a fan: “I love using them for flats or sneakers — sometimes heels can be a bit tricky if they’re too high.”
To display all of your shoes in a streamlined manner, Kadi Dulude of Wizard of Homes recommends this tall cubby cabinet that can hold 36 pairs of footwear.
Best shoe racks
Three of our experts — Anna Bauer of Sorted by Anna, Schier, and Kelley Jonkoff, a certified KonMari consultant based in Raleigh — swear by this expanding rack with grippy, offset bars. “The foam coating is KEY,” says Schier. “It keeps the shoes from slipping off the rack.” Jonkoff calls out its adjustable width, which she says is nice if you move often. “Moving is expensive enough without having to replace your things to fit your new smaller or larger space,” she says. “I’ve had a similar design to this for over ten years and it’s still going strong.”
Straightforward shoe racks are also great for decluttering spaces like entryways. “They may be basic, but they get the job done,” says Matles. “They’re ideal for adding more shoe storage in your closet or by your entryway.” This one from Homebi is stackable.
Hord’s go-to pick for shoe organization is this stackable mesh rack. “We love this shoe-rack solution for many reasons. One big reason is that it has straight, solid shelves,” she says. Another is the fact that it stacks, which means maximizing vertical space. You can even fit an extra row of shoes on the floor below the bottom shelf.
Jonkoff also likes this one made out of bamboo because it not only provides storage, but also “creates a visually pleasing, calm environment.” She’s partial to storing shoes on a slight slant with the toes facing out, and this three-tier shelf “helps make the shoe more visible, making footwear choices easier,” she adds. “To go full-Kondo for a minute, having the toes facing forward creates a sense of facing the day and the future.”
$31 at Amazon
Barbara Reich of Resourceful Consultants likes the West Elm shoe rack — which is definitely a splurge — for “its simple, clean aesthetic,” she says. “It is a neutral addition to any entryway.” The industrial-looking rack is made from mango wood and steel.
According to Jonkoff, “This rack is ideal for someone with a large shoe collection and a small, multiuse space.” Made from chrome-plated steel with ten tiers and nonslip bars, it can hold up to 50 pairs of women’s shoes of various styles, and because it’s tall, it doesn’t create too large a footprint. It also has wheels, which Jonkoff says is “perfect for a closetless room” because it “can be rolled out of the way when company is over or anytime their usual space is needed for something else.” And the fact that it looks a bit industrial can be plus: “When I’m helping a client organize their clothing, I tell them we’re going to make their closet feel like a boutique.”
Best shoe stackers
To squeeze even more space out of your shelves, Decker suggests trying these Shoe Slotz that “increase storage space and prevent shoes from getting damaged sitting on top of each other.” They’re similar to ones that Strategist contributor Alison Freer recommends, which she says are “like individual two-story condos for every single pair of footwear.” She continues: “As everyone on the island of Manhattan knows, the Golden Rule of creating more space is always to go up rather than out, and because the Shoe Slotz allow me to stack two shoes on top of each other within the same footprint, I essentially halve the amount of space each pair takes up on my shoe racks.” Schier also uses something similar, saying, “They are a game changer for sandals and flats. They literally double the amount of shoes you can store on a flat rack or on the floor.” Schier adds rubber bumpers to the bottoms to keep them from sliding around on the shelf.
Best hanging shoe organizers
Vertical fabric cubbies are another great hanging option for utilizing limited space in a closet. Just attach it to the rod off to the side and you instantly have designated room for your shoes. Dulude recommends this canvas organizer that holds a surprising number of shoes.
$26 at Amazon
Best closed-storage shoe organizers
For those who want their shoes completely out of sight, our experts Bauer and Matles both recommend Ikea’s Trones system, which “is slim and compact and can be used in various areas of your home,” according to Bauer. Matles likes that it “fits perfectly on a wall in a narrow space and keep shoes off the floor.”
Here’s another Ikea solution that keeps shoes concealed behind a sliding door. “This Ikea shoe cabinet is great for a small space and perfect to keep in a hallway by the front door,” says Aron. “If you have the height, you can stack one cabinet on top of the other and store less frequently used shoes and other accessories up top.”
$70 at Ikea
Best seating with shoe storage
“If closet space is an issue and you don’t quite have the space for a shoe cubby, then an ottoman would be a great solution,” says Dulude. This one is made of microfiber and includes interior side pockets for even more storage.
$137 at Amazon
Juli Oliver of OrganizeNY recommends this bench with shelves that makes it easy to put on your shoes — and put them away when you’re done. Perfect for a mudroom or an entryway.
$53 at Amazon
Best storage for boots
Storing boots—especially tall boots—is trickier because of their shafts and how much real estate they take up. And because they’re often made of “supple leather or suedes,” as Engelbach noted, they need a little extra TLC to keep fresh. If you have extra space in your closet, Bauer and Engelbach suggest hanging them with these handy clip hangers.
Schier recommends Voot Boot Shapers to help keep “tall boots from flopping over and ending up in a jumbled mess,” which ultimately makes them easier to store. They’re essentially flexible plastic sheets that you roll up and insert into the shaft. They store flat when you’re not using them.
$13 at Amazon
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The Best Shoe Racks for Closets for All Your Favorite Footwear
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When I was a kid, I could never find my shoes. They lived in a pile in a corner of my room with sparkly flats hidden under soccer cleats and one rainboot whose partner was perpetually missing. Since then, my collection of shoes has only grown larger, but so too has my love of shoe organizers. These handy storage spaces make it so much easier to see what I have at a glance and free up precious floor space in my bedroom and front hall. Of course, there are also tons of different styles and options to choose from depending on your needs—shoe racks, under-bed storage, hanging options, over-the-door sleeves, etc. So to help you find the best shoe organizer for your collection, here are some of the best money can buy.
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