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Halsey slams arrest reports – Entertainment News

Photo: All rights reserved. Halsey  Halsey has slammed reports suggesting she was arrested during the violent Los Angeles Black Lives Matter clashes between police and protesters on Saturday. The Without Me singer took to Twitter on Saturday night to assure fans and followers she was “safe” as city Mayor Eric Garcetti called for an overnight curfew to keep people off the streets. “I WAS NOT ARRESTED. Im safe,” Halsey tweeted, explaining that she helped other activists find shelter from riot… Read More
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Paul Mescal Slams US Police As Horrifying New Footage Emerges

Paul Mescal is the latest celebrity to get involved in fighting racial injustice and police brutality as #blacklivesmatter protests spread outside of the US. The Normal People actor took to Twitter, using his platform to spread messages of equality as well as information on ways to help the #blacklivesmatter movement. Most recently, Mescal shared a video that had been filmed in Salt Lake City of police shoving an old man with a cane down the street. The Normal People actor… Read More
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‘I can’t breathe’ protests spread across America after George Floyd killing

By Reuters May 30, 2020 Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareEmailShare New York – Thousands of protesters stormed the perimeter of Barclays Center in New York as protests spread across the United States over the killing of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man who died after being pinned by the neck under a white police officer’s knee. Police made scores of arrests at Friday’s massive demonstration in Brooklyn, loading cuffed protesters onto city buses lined up on Atlantic Avenue, shutting down a… Read More
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Celebrities rally for change following death of George Floyd

Steven FerdmanGetty Images Following the death of George Floyd, a whole host of public figures, including Michelle Obama, Rihanna and Beyoncé, have utilised their social media platforms to send powerful messages and demand justice. Earlier this week, footage appeared online showing Floyd, who was African American, struggling for breath and crying out “I can’t breathe” and “Don’t kill me” while a white police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes as other officers stood by. Floyd, a 46-year-old father,… Read More
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Celebrities join riot frontline: Halsey, Emily Ratajkowski and Paris Jackson

Celebrities have joined the frontline of the riots, with Halsey, Emily Ratajkowski and Paris Jackson, leaving their lives of luxury to take part in George Floyd protests. Singers Halsey and Yungblud were spotted at demonstrations in Los Angeles on Saturday. The pair were wearing masks and held signs saying, ‘Black Lives Matter,’ as they chanted with others. Model Emily Ratajkowski was also posting regular Instagram updates from the protests in LA. ‘DISMANTLE POWER STRUCTURES OF OPPRESSION #defundthepolice #justiceforgeorgefloyd #blacklivesmatter,’ she wrote on… Read More
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Video Of Davido’s New House In Banana Island That Reportedly Cost Almost A Billion | General Entertainment

Nigerian singer, Davido has finally dropped photos and a video of the luxurious house he bought at Banana Island, Lagos. After spending so many years in Lekki, Davido set to move to his dream house which reportedly is close to a billion naira. Davido thus joins celebrities like Linda Ikeji, Peter Okoye and the likes who have houses in the high profile area.     Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are those of the writers and do not reflect those of Peacefmonline.com.… Read More
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How I made social media playground to become a brand influencer — Ashmusy | The Guardian Nigeria News

A rising Nigerian brand influencer, Amarachi Amusi, popularly known as Ashmusy, has described the social media as another world where one can even dwell in as a playground. Ashmusy, who is currently making waves on Instagram, projecting many of its advantages to her youthful audience, you always need to start small. She said, though “I might have a large audience on Instagram, might be famous now but it wasn’t always like that. She picked her interest in social media from… Read More
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AKA faces backlash for telling African Americans to ‘come home’

By Entertainment Reporter 1h ago Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareEmailShare Local rapper AKA seems to have put his foot in his mouth again after he weighed in on the riots and protests currently happening in the US. Over the weekend, sparked by the murder of George Floyd, Americans have taken to the streets to protest police brutality against African American citizens.  Many celebrities have spoken out against racism, white supremacy and given their support to the Black Lives Matter movement.  The… Read More
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Top 10 most beautiful celebrities in South Africa 2020

Last Updated on May 30, 2020 at 6:31 pm Top 10 most beautiful celebrities in South Africa 2020 South African celebrities focus on their looks, bank statements and public opinion, this is a Top 10 list of beautiful celebrities in South Africa.   List Top 10 most beautiful Celebrities in South Africa 2020   Number 10 – Candice Modiselle Candice Modiselle is a South African Actress and presenter and a Wits University graduate. She presented on YOTV and guest appeared… Read More
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Beyonce Posts Powerful Message in Response George Floyd Killing

In the wake of civil unrest across the country… with protests breaking out in major city after major… with racial injustice at the forefront of nearly every news story… … the Queen has spoken out. On Friday night, in the wake of George Floyd’s death and the subsequent nationwide fallout, Beyoncé took to social media to share an important message with her 147 million Instagram followers. “We need justice for George Floyd,” the artist began her moving video message on… Read More