Tekashi’s Former Manager Posts New Pics On IG, Says He’ll Be Home Soon

Last year, Tr3yway Ent.’s Kifano “Shotti” Jordan gave an update on his prison sentence, concluding that he would be wrapping up his bid sooner than a lot of people think, Now, new photos of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s former manager and CEO of Tr3yway Entertainment have surfaced with the same sentiment from last year’s post; I’ll be home soon.
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck turn heads as romance heats up in Italy

Bennifer 2.0 are on the move. After celebrating her 52nd birthday in St-Tropez over the weekend, rekindled lovebirds Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are now turning heads in Capri, Italy. Spies spotted the stylish pair holding hands while taking a stroll on the island and shopping with an entourage. Lopez...
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Bobby Shmurda Promises New Music With Migos Again But Fans Are Losing Hope

Bobby Shmurda has been a free man since February, and fans have been waiting for him to drop new music. The hype train began to pick up steam when footage of the “Hot N-gga” rapper recording in a studio found its way online, and things got even more amplified when Bobby Shmurda promised new music was on the way with each passing week.

Boosie Badazz Calls Out Head of Instagram for Saying His Account Was Banned for Violating ‘Nudity Policy’

Boosie Badazz once again has a few choice words for Instagram. The rapper, whose account was once again banned from IG, responded to comments made by Adam Mosseri, the Head of Instagram, in an interview with The Breakfast Club. When asked by Charlamagne why Boosie had once again been banned from the platform, Mosseri said that Boosie’s account was suspended due to a violation of the platform’s “nudity policy.”
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Watchdog: Lack of DOD action may have caused 'preventable' risks from 'forever chemicals'

A report from an internal watchdog says that a lack of action from the Defense Department may have led to people being exposed to “preventable” risks from toxic chemicals. The department’s inspector general (IG) said in a report issued last week that in 2011, Defense officials issued an alert saying that firefighting foam that had a type of chemicals known as PFAS in it contained “chemicals that present human health and environmental risks and require special handling and disposal.”
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Young girl becomes finalist for story-telling competition

Adalynn Erickson, a 10-year old girl, submitted her work to a children’s short-story competition. She has now made it to phase three of the competition and is excited to continue this journey. Toy Company Schleich and the youth program 4-H have partnered for the National Create Your Story Contest to...
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Hiking with your toddler made simple

Home to innumerable amounts of scenic hikes, Utah is known for its beauty and adventure. Hiking with children can seem like a complicated task. Hailey Terry, Utah Hiking Mom, visited us today to explain how you can create the best outdoor experience for you and your children. Terry empathizes with...

GBP/USD bears stepping in at daily resistance, eyes on 1.3790s

GBP/USD bulls pounced on the London fix as the US dollar slides. Market's focus is now on the US Federal Reserve, GBP rally to die off if below a 38.2% Fibo. An hourly 38.2% Fibo retracement before a daily 61.8% Fibo retracement could be on the cards. At odds with...
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Discover the Nail Polish Your Sign Should Wear for Leo Season

During Leo season, our hearts, minds, and books will evolve to become more dramatic than usual. In other words, it's time to go big or go home. And the best way to engage in the fiery month that is upon us is to adorn your nails with polish that is a little bit more extra in color. Neons, glitter, and glam are key now. It's time to embrace the diva that lives inside of you — whether you recognize it or not.
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Boosie BadAzz Calls Out Head of Instagram Who Said His Account Was Removed for Nudity

Boosie BadAzz wants his Instagram account back, mane. On Tuesday (July 27), the Baton Rouge, La. artist jumped on his Instagram account and called out Adam Mosseri, the Head of Instagram, who explained in an interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club earlier this morning that Boosie’s page was removed last summer because of violations against the platform's nudity policy.