There’s plenty more out there. Just search for the Microsoft Theater.

Drake, who doesn’t have a public Snapchat account, couldn’t be stopped from sharing a glimpse of the event on Instagram using Stories, Facebook’s clone of Snapchat’s feature for public posts that quickly became more popular than the original.

The ghost of Snapchat on Drake’s Instagram.
The ghost of Snapchat on Drake’s Instagram.

We’d say Drake’s post must have hurt, but the whole Instagram Stories thing definitely hurts more.

Snap has had a rough time since going public in March. Its stock price ended the year 16% below its IPO price as investors concluded the company didn’t have the potential scale of Facebook, which rose 51% last year, or Twitter, which gained 46% despite its own growth issues.

But Snap is still worth $17.6 billion and is rapidly becoming the best source of raw photos and video from people on the scene of sporting events, breaking news, and other group activities, big and small. They’re allowed a big party to celebrate. It’s just odd not to share the revelry on the platform that made it all possible.

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