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Travis Scott Vows To Help Kai Cenat Get IShowSpeed Unbanned

This is a situation that the average Hip-Hopper on the block knows little to nothing about, but now they got Travis Scott riding with them?

London’s Famed fabric Club Bans Guest for Life After Publicly Shaming Attendee

How to get a lifetime ban from a nightclub in one move: record and post a video mocking a fellow attendee. Sadly, this was the case at London’s famed fabric club, where a clubber recently recorded a video of a dancing guest before mocking the person on social media. Shared by Twitter user “Doddsy,” the video was captioned with the hateful words, “Yo I’ll never be going to fabric again after seeing this.” The video has since gone viral and garnered over 238,000 views on Twitter at the time of writing. fabric ­chimed in right away, condemning the man’s video. “Great, given this tweet, we’d prefer it if you didn’t come,” the club tweeted in response. “Our club was built on the values of free expression and the freedom to dance and not be ju...

Donald Trump Permanently Banned from SAG-AFTRA Following Angry Resignation Letter

If Donald Trump ever does intend to reenter entertainment, he’ll do so without the backing of the Screen Actors Guild — American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, as the union has permanently banned him from their ranks. Like the unemployed toddler he is, Trump threw a tantrum when he learned the SAG-AFTRA Disciplinary Committee was to hold a disciplinary hearing over the former Apprentice host’s role in the January 6th insurrection. He issued the most childish resignation letter ever, touting his work on Home Alone 2 and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as if he deserved Golden Globes. He even claimed the media’s coverage of him helped save the cable news industry and “created thousands of jobs at networks. Initially, SAG responded to the note with a blunt and simple, “Thank you...

China running hundreds of detention centres in Xinjiang – researchers

China is running hundreds of detention centres in northwest Xinjiang across a network that is much bigger than previously thought, according to research presented Thursday by an Australian think tank. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) said it had identified more than 380 “suspected detention facilities” in the region, where China is believed to have held more than one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim Turkic-speaking residents. The number of facilities is around 40 per cent greater than previous estimates, the research said, and has been growing despite China’s claims that many Uighurs have been released. Using satellite imagery, eyewitness accounts, media reports and official construction tender documents, the institute said “at least 61 detention sites have seen new ...