Some Of Sports Best Vines Come Out After Closure Announcement
Twitter announced Thursday that they will be discontinuing the Vine video sharing mobile app.
After hearing the news, the app users have been posting some hilarious videos to Twitter as a sort of send-off using the hashtag #RIPVine.
Many of the best clips ever posted on the app come from some of sports funniest moments, and they will surely be missed.
Vine was shut down today because it peaked last night. https://t.co/Lpp77YjcS7
— Steven Hyden (@Steven_Hyden) October 27, 2016
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 27, 2016
Vine may be gone, but the Legend of LeBron James Kid will live forever. https://t.co/Grac2necH1
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) October 27, 2016
— Steiner Sports (@steinersports) October 27, 2016
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 27, 2016
My most looped Vine https://t.co/9hsNtyApAJ
— Jason Gallagher (@jga41agher) October 27, 2016
— SN0WBLACK_THE_ORACLE (@sportsmediaLM) October 27, 2016
— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) October 27, 2016
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 27, 2016
— Mikey Hammerstrand (@mhammertime10) October 27, 2016
Just in case Vine is really dead, saving this one: https://t.co/YyTaz9exJP
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) October 27, 2016
Twitter acquired the video sharing application in 2012 before it officially launched. The app enabled users to create six-second videos that play on a loop.
Vine and Twitter announced together Thursday that they will begin to discontinue the app over the next few months.
And we’ll leave you with a Vine of Future.
Come on guys, we know what the greatest vine is https://t.co/1fRGmG3ywn
— Zito (@_Zeets) October 27, 2016