Day: <span>June 22, 2022</span>

Kim Kardashian speaks for the first time on claim she damaged Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress

Kim Kardashian has responded to allegations that she damaged Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress. The mother-of-four wore the dress to the Met Gala 2022 after losing 20 pounds to fit into it. Late Hollywood legend Marilyn wore the dress in 1964 to sing Happy Birthday to then-president John F Kennedy. After […]

Slained Uvalde Teacher’s Officer Husband Was Detained And Had His Gun Seized While Trying To Save His Wife

Eva Mireles’ police officer husband, Ruben Ruiz, had his gun seized before he was detained and escorted off the scene at the Robb Elementary School after his wife phoned him and pled for help because she was dying from her gunshot injury. The disturbing new information was revealed by Texas Department […]

Lil TJay Undergoing Emergency Surgery After Being Shot

Rapper Lil TJay is undergoing emergency surgery after being shot in the early hours on Wednesday. The incident reportedly took place just after midnight in Edgewater, New Jersey, according to TMZ, though the publication says the extent of his injuries and condition remain unknown at this time. The shooting escalated to […]

Amber Heard Reportedly Set To Write Tell-All Book As She Has ‘Nothing To Lose’ After Johnny Depp Trial

Amber Heard is reportedly planning to write a tell-all book about her relationship with ex-husband Johnny Depp, after being ordered to pay a whopping $8.4 million in damages following their explosive six-week trial. The Texas native’s legal team has already come forward and said that their client is in no position to […]

1st Native American US treasurer nominated, oversees Mint

In a historic first a Native American is being appointed U.S. treasurer. On Tuesday, 21st June, the White House announced President Joe Biden’s intent to appoint Marilynn “Lynn” Malerba as his administration establishes an Office of Tribal and Native Affairs at the Treasury Department, which will be overseen by the U.S. treasurer. The […]

Kellogg to split into three companies – Snacks, cereals, and plant-based food

Kellogg Co., the maker of Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies and Eggo, will split into three companies focused on cereals, snacks, and plant-based foods. Kellogg’s, the company that owns MorningStar Farms, a plant-based food maker, announced on Tuesday 21st June that the spinoff of the yet-to-be-named cereal and plant-based food companies […]

World’s largest freshwater fish found in the Mekong

A 300kg stingray fish was caught in the Mekong River in Cambodia. Scientists say it is the biggest freshwater fish ever documented. It unseated the previous record-holder, a 646lb Mekong giant catfish caught in Thailand in 2005. There is no official record-keeping or database of the world’s biggest freshwater fish. The Mekong […]

Goldman Sachs forecasts 30 percent chance of US economy tipping into recession

Goldman Sachs said it now thinks that there is a 30% chance of the U.S. economy tipping into a recession over the next year. It is up from its previous forecast of 15%. Wall Street was set to open higher on Tuesday. Moreover, European shares were set for the second day of […]

Telsa CEO, Elon Musk’s $44 bn deal gets unanimous endorsement from Twitter board

Twitter’s board has reportedly recommended unanimously that shareholders approve the proposed $44 billion saless of the company to billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. This was contained in a regulatory filing on Tuesday, June 21, according to ABC News. At the Qatar Economic Forum in an interview with Bloomberg, Musk […]

Miss Brazil dies at 27 after routine tonsil operation left her in coma

A former Miss Brazil has died at 27 after a routine tonsil operation left her in a coma for two months. Beauty queen Gleycy Correia, from Macae, south eastern Brazil, died in a private clinic on Monday, June 20. She had reportedly suffered massive bleeding and a heart attack only […]



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Megan Thee Stallion Slams Her Label Over Album Release Dispute And Not Being Able To Put Out Music When She Wants

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Vanessa Bryant Reportedly Broke Down In Tears During Kobe Bryant Crash Trial

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