The explosive popularity of social media produces mountains of high-dimensional data and the nature of social media also determines that its data is often unlabelled, noisy and partial, presenting new challenges to feature selection. Social media data can be represented by heterogeneous feature spaces in the form of multiple views. In general, multiple views can be complementary and, when used together, can help handle noisy and partial data for any single-view feature selection. These unique challenges and properties motivate us to develop a novel feature selection framework to handle multi-view social media data. In this paper, we investigate how to exploit relations among views to help each other select relevant features, and propose a novel unsupervised feature selection framework, MVFS, for multiview social media data. We systematically evaluate the proposed framework in multi-view datasets from social media websites and the results demonstrate the effectiveness and potential of MVFS.