Wouldn’t it be great if your fave celeb had an app? If your fave celeb is Jeremy Renner, you’re in luck! It features such, well, features, as owning a bunch of stars:
the Jeremy Renner app offers in-app purchases where you buy stars that apparently don’t do anything besides show that you have stars pic.twitter.com/J4jIPVa5EV
— zak 🗣🍼💜💪 (@ZakKondratenko) August 23, 2019
You can also see all of Jeremy Renner’s social media posts and photos in one place. Unless, of course, you’re on a United flight. They sincerely apologize, Thomas:
Hi Thomas, we're sorry to hear you were unable to use the Jeremy Renner app to its full potential while flying with us. If you would like to seek a refund for this, you can do so here: https://t.co/G8u1cq5lL5. ^MP
— United Airlines (@united) August 23, 2019
All jokes aside, this is the next Tulum of memes. Trolls unite on the Instagram-looking platform to deliver some of their best content and induct unsuspecting Ren-stans into their private hell.
if i didn't dislike jeremy renner so much i'd download his app so i could personally own the key to hell's gates right on my phone
— 🍂 i miss day6 :(( (@platinumjeon) August 31, 2019
As the trolls take over Jeremy’s posts, the fan feed provides a daily glimpse into the minds of Renner fans.
Day 2 on the Jeremy Renner App. The fan feed is extremely normal. pic.twitter.com/R1AWVYc29B
— MᶜNanarama (@McNamaraPD) August 31, 2019
So, if you’re ready for an app to entertain the hell out of you, this is the black hole of your dreams.
Otherwise, if you just want to see what Jeremy posts, you can just follow him on IG and get the same experience minus the extra troll fun.