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Must See List of Hottest Famous Snapchat UsernamesHistory News

Must See List of Hottest Famous Snapchat Usernames

It’s obvious that we like to follow and stalk our favorite celbs on every social media platform, and now we can creep their lives away on Snapchat.  Celebrities are now sharing their morning acai bowls, dog walks, behind the scene video, and the ultimate selfies with fans everywhere through Snapchat. 

Because lets be real, if you don’t follow Kylie Jenner and her ridiculous 200 second story of her and her huge lips, then what are you really doing with your life? Here is a list compiled of the hottest snap sluts you need to follow right now.


Snapchat name: rihanna

Superstar Rihanna shows off her ghetto-fab side on her Snapchat. Rihanna has a Twitter account just for her Snapchat that has over 5,000 followers. Rihanna’s Twitter account is very interactive with other celebrities just like her twitter. Catch Rihanna giving shout outs all over Snapchat. Known for her killer Snapchat toilet selfies, this is one of the hottest Snapchat accounts. Rihanna attempting to kill a big with a pair of Louis Vuitton’s on one of her recent posts is only one of the many reasons to follow this diva.

Dillon Franics

Snapchat name: dillonfrancis

Dillon Francis is one of the funniest artists on Snapchat. He used Snapchat to share his debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule before it was officially released. Dillon is familiar with the poop emoji that frequents his stories often. Dillon takes us behind the scenes of him playing in Vegas, and at huge music festivals. Dillon doesn’t hold back with fans, as he will take you into the bathroom with him where he shaves his beard via selfie cam. You can also catch him sharing videos as any of his notorious characters he plays. Francis likes to openly humiliate other Dj’s via Snapchat. This guy is a must add on Snapchat.

Kylie Jenner

Snapchat name: kylizzlemynizzl

If you want constant updates on Kylie’s new hair color or what toy her two dogs are playing with, look like this is the account for you. Learn how to contour your own face via Snapchat because Kylie uses her front cam for a mirror. Oh, and if you want to see Khloe twerking, Kris’s newest face work and Kylie biting Tyga… look no further. She also sings a lot in to the camera, just to warn you. Some may say that adding Kylie on Snapchat is the best decision they have ever made. 

Miley Cyrus

Snapchat name: mileycyrus

You never know what you’re going to see with this one. Her Snapchat will show you what it’s like to live inside the wild mind of Miley. You can expect to see questionable outfit decisions and a lot of weird emojis. Follow Miley to see what animal of the week she is trying to save, her crazy outfit choices, and of course her family, friends and dogs. You can see Miley throwing up rainbows with Snapchats new update that lets you add real-time effects to your photos or videos.


Snapchat name: djcarnage

This EDM character has a Snapchat account that allows his fans to travel all over the world with him. Carnage was just in Tokyo where we got a chance to see his huge nightly feasts, behind the scenes of his performances, and the lifestyle in Tokyo. Carnage’s Snapchat will give you a look into his party lifestyle. You can follow this crazy guy and expect to see him partying with other well-known DJ’s such as Tiesto. You’ll want to party all night and travel all over the world with this guy on your feed.

Justin Bieber

Snapchat name: rickthesizzler

JBiebz will show you his OOTD, everyday. This cutie has girls all over the world freaking out on Snapchat. Beiber posted his Miami vacation that even gave a quick second to see he was Hailey Baldwin. Beiber promoted his Snapchat on his Instagram and Twitter that got over 78,000 favorites, so we can see some more of this mega pop-stars life. 


Snapchat name: tiesto

Oh, Tiesto. What a crazy human. Thank you for all the times you post Snapchats of your awesome life on tour and of yourself partying with girls half naked. Tiesto’s the kind of DJ you follow to watch all debauchery if you don’t want to apply the EDM lifestyle to your own life. Tiesto will send outright ridiculous Snapchats because he can and because no one can judge him because well, he’s famous.

Athenaeum HistoryHistory

Athenaeum History


Athenaeum, the name given to the temples of Athena, goddess of wisdom, is a word that has evolved to mean “seat of learning.” In the Roman Empire, the Athenaeum was a school for the study of the arts; the building may be visited in Rome today. Several buildings in Western Europe and the United States have been named Athenaeum.

The Athenaeum Rectory

The Athenaeum Rectory, located in Columbia, Tennessee, is Moorish-Gothic architecture, not typical of the general building style in 1835. It is the design of Adolphus Heiman, architect in the early 1800s of many buildings and homes in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area and built by the master-builder of  Maury County Nathan Vaught. The Athenaeum Rectory was begun in 1835 as a residence for Samuel Polk Walker, nephew of President James K. Polk.

It was completed in 1837 as the home of The Reverend Mr. Franklin Gillette Smith. In 1837, The Reverend Mr. Smith came to Tennessee to be president of The Columbia Female Institute, an Episcopal school for girls. He was a native of Vermont and a graduate of Princeton University.

In 1851, The Reverend Mr. Smith resigned from the Institute to found The Columbia Athenaeum School and the Smith family home continued to be the Athenaeum Rectory. It contained the reception room and parlors for the Athenaeum. The bedrooms on the first floor and an upstairs room were used by the Smith family. The house never had a kitchen; however, the small two-room building was probably built for that purpose but was never used as such since the Smiths had their meals in the school dining room.

In the reception room, original to the house is the chandelier made of seven metals; and the front door side panels are “flashed glass,” containing gold made in Europe. Over the mantel hangs a portrait of The Reverend Mr. Smith. A portrait of Mrs. Smith is in the parlor. The floors are walnut and oak; the design is known as wood carpeting.

The 10-piece parlor set was made by Joseph Meeks of Philadelphia in the mid-1800s. It was owned by Sally Ward Smith Gustine, Mrs. Smith’s daughter by her first husband, another Mr. Smith, William Ward Smith. The harp in the front parlor is the same harp that is in the painting of Sally W. S. Gustine. The harp found its way back to its Athenaeum home in 2013 from a female descendant of Mrs. Gustine. The fountain gracing the front lawn is French and is original to the property.

The Columbia Athenaeum was in operation for 52 years and developed a national reputation for its quality and breadth of the curriculum. The school offered students well-equipped departments in art, music, history, and science. By 1890, a commercial department was furnished with typewriters and telegraphic instruments.

The girls enjoyed gymnastics, bowling, croquet, and tennis, and were given instruction in Bible and etiquette. The library contained over 16,000 volumes, and the department of natural science held over 6.000 specimens, a few of which remain today. The school buildings and the rectory stood on 22 acres among a grove of large trees. There were dormitory rooms for 100-125 boarding students in addition to many day students.

During the Civil War, Reverend Mr. Smith was a refugee because of his outspoken sentiment in favor of the Confederate cause. Mrs. Smith operated the Athenaeum. Two of the Smiths’ sons, Robert Davis and William Austin, were active in Company B, Second Tennessee Infantry, known as the Maury Rifles.

Organized by Mr. Smith in April 1861, the unit saw action in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Georgia before surrendering in North Carolina in 1865.

After The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. Smiths’ deaths, the Athenaeum was operated by the son, Captain Robert Davis Smith, until 1904. The property was sold by the Smith heirs, and the school became the high school until 1914. In 1915, a high school was built by the City of Columbia on the property. The rectory was retained by the Smith family members as their residence until 1973, when it was given to the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities for the use of the people of Maury County by Franklin Gillette Smith’s grand-daughter, Fannie Louise Smith Davis of Lamesa, Texas.