As an active member of Negroes on the 'Net, aka Black Twitter, I've been asked to write about the all-stars of Black Twitter considering the incredible amount of attention mainstream media gave the subculture of the popular social media service. I've tried to offer a nice variety, but like all things Black Twitter related, some people will think I don't know what the hell I'm talking about, that I ruined Black Twitter, and offended the ancestors or something with this list. Feel free to call me whatever name you'd like—except Don Lemon II. That'd just be hurtful and wrong. Either way, see y'all in 2014 (notably when Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta returns).

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Michael Arceneaux (@youngsinick) is a writer, but some days when he looks at his student loan debt, wishes he worked at The Players Club. For more of his work, check out The Cynical Ones.