Thursday, 24 October 2013
New mom and birthday girl Kim Kardashian got a huge surprise when her boyfriend and baby's daddy Kanye West popped the question on Monday, Oct. 21. The 36-year-old rapper asked for Kim's hand in marriage in front of her family and close friends at San Francisco's AT&T Park, Krsonline reports. Thanks to those in attendance, Twitter erupted with the first pics of the reality star's HUGE engagement ring Kanye rented out the entire stadium to propose to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star on her 33rd birthday. Earlier in the evening, the Yeezus rapper had made an appearance at the Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills, and while he made reference to commuting between Los Angeles and San Francisco, he never mentioned that he was about to propose. Momager Kris Jenner revealed to Krs correspondents that the rapper did in fact ask her first for her daughter's hand in marriage. "A match made in heaven!" Jenner said of the couple. "I am so happy for both of my kids, Kim and Kanye." Kim TWEETED AND INSTAGRAMMED following her engagement night, writing: "YES!!!" "[Marriage] is something I know that we both want in our future, but I don't have this sense of urgency about it," Kim told the Feb. 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. "I have this best friend who understands me and helps me through all my tough experiences, and vice versa, you know? It just feels like this is it for me." Kanye and his bride-to-be first went public with their relationship in 2012, and four months ago Kim gave birth to their first daughter North West. This will be the third marriage for Kim, who officially divorced NBA pro Kris Humphries earlier this year and was married to Damon Thomas until 2004. This will be Kanye's first marriage. Leave a congratulatory message for the newly engaged couple.
Wednesday, 2 October 2013
Fame might seem glamorous, but there are definitely some downsides! And we're not just talking about the dangers of finding yourself in a Twitter feud over some minor joke you made about Justin Bieber! Rihanna might post plenty of pics of herself doing all sorts of things smoking pot and wearing next to nothing, but that doesn't mean she doesn't want a little privacy. While talking with Glamour about fame, RiRi opened up about the price she feels she's paying: "There’s stuff like not being able to walk around as I please. I feel like I’m being watched. Always. Like, I want to tan topless somewhere, and I know I probably could never do that. Even if I’m upstairs in my bedroom, and the curtains are pulled, I feel like a paparazzo’s outside on a boat somewhere or somebody’s peeping." Poor RiRi! You'd think that with all the personal and scandalicious pics she posts on her own, the paps wouldn't be too interested in her!
The picture shown in the story is a genuine one, and the message that comes with it is also a fact. The picture shows two different ocean water bodies meeting in the middle of Alaskan Gulf, where a foam is formed at the merging junction. This happens when glaciers of fresh water start melting and flow to join the ocean water which is more salty. Because of the difference in the salinity and densities of these two meeting ocean water bodies, a surface tension is developed between them that acts like a thin wall and does not allow them to mix. But given enough time, they will eventually mix together. This picture of two oceans meeting, but not mixing was caught by a photographer on Alaskan Cruise and shared it on Flickr which went viral, spreading on many other social networking platforms.
He has all the riches he could ever dream for in this life. But to avoid any risk of missing out in the afterlife, wealthy entrepreneur ‘Count Scarpa’ is burying his greatest treasure – his new £310,000 Bentley convertible. In a bizarre announcement on his Facebook page the 62-year-old declared that he plans to do as the Pharaohs of Egypt did and take his riches with him when he dies by burying them. So tomorrow, he will entomb his brand new Bentley Continental worth over £310,000 to make sure he has a comfortable journey into the ‘other side’. The funeral ceremony, he promises, will be at 11am. His Bentley is his prized possession, so he’s burying it, inspired by the Egyptian Pharaohs, in the hope of having it in his afterlife In a photo on his social network site Count Scarpa stands beside his black Flying Spur, the latest model on the market, with a cockatoo on his arm and writes: ‘I decided to do as the Pharaohs: this week I will bury my favourite car, the Bentley here in the home garden! Bury my treasure in my palace rssss !!!’ He says he’s digging the grave in the back garden of his mansion in Jardins, one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in Sao Paulo. On Tuesday, in another photo, sporting a pink tie, with his foot on a shovel, he stands in front of a deep hole with his shining Bentley parked behind him and warns: ‘For those who doubt me, yesterday I already started making the hole in the garden to bury my Bentley! By the end of the week I will bury it’ The self-made businessman, who has a degree in economics and is a black belt instructor and owner of the Institute Maruyama Aikido, a Japanese martial arts academy, explains that his decision to start storing up his treasures for the life beyond came after watching a programme on Ancient Egypt on Sunday. ‘I was watching a documentary about the pharaohs of Egypt, very interesting. They buried his entire fortune to have a comfortable life “the other side”!’ he says. Will he bury his parrot? After watching a documentary on Egypt on Sunday, he says he is completely serious and is going ahead with his car’s funeral tomorrow. There was no mention of whether he wants his pet bird in the afterlife too By Tuesday his decision to bury his Bentley had received over 5680 likes and more than 6000 shares. On Wednesday, a new photo appeared updating his plans and shows just how serious he is. He’s pictured operating an excavator, in a cream coloured suit and lime green tie. It looks like he’s spent quite a few hours digging the grave. In front of him is very deep hole with a huge pile of dirt beside it. On the same day he reveals that he’s appearing on a satirical talk show on Bandeirantes television, hosted by Danilo Gentili – photographed with him, to talk about the funeral of his beloved Bentley. In the TV interview he explains to viewers that he was travelling back from his farm after celebrating his birthday on Sunday and started thinking about how the pharaohs were buried with the most precious items in their life. “I watched the film of the pharaohs and after seeing how they were buried with their treasures I decided that I wanted to copy them and bury my most precious item, which is my car,” he says. In between his explanation, viewers tweet their comments. One says wryly: ‘Chiquinho, is it true you want to bury your imported car because you don’t want to pay your taxes?’ ‘No,’ he answers straight-faced. ‘I’ve already shown all my documents to the authorities before doing the funeral.’ Another asks if he wants to adopt a family from Brasilia. He says he’s currently single and doesn’t want a family. A lot of the comments are however, very critical and accuse him of wasting money. Instead of burying his car he should donate the proceeds to help Brazilian people. ‘Maria Lucia’ sends a message begging Scarpa to send the car to her as she needs the cash.
The picture is indeed a 15 year old real girl who was frozen to death about 500 years back, during the rule of Incan Empire. This girl was one among the three frozen children who were found from the 22,000-foot summit of a volcano in Chilean border called Mount Llullaillaco, in the year 1999. This 15 year old frozen girl named La Doncella, “the maiden,” was being prepared by Researchers at the Museum of High Altitude Archaeology to display it to the world. One of the museum’s designer and director Gabriel E. Miremont said, “These are dead people, Indian people”. Children were sacrificed like this as a part of a religious ritual called capacocha, where beautiful and healthy children including girls were chosen to be frozen to death. They were made to walk hundreds of miles amidst ceremonies and then taken to the summit of Llullaillaco, where they were fed with chicha (maize beer), and once they felt asleep, they were placed in underground niches where they will freeze to death. The cold, dry and thin air underground preserved these bodies for hundreds of years making them look real. The Inca people practiced child sacrifice and considered it as an honor to be chosen for sacrifice, because according to them, these children did not die, but will have joined their ancestors who shall later watch over their villages from the mountain tops like angels.
Pokello Nare’s long stay in Ghana with her boyfriend Elikem Kumordzi has raised eyebrows among her fans who said culturally she is setting a bad example amid fears she could be cohabiting. Traditionally, Pokello was not supposed to stay with her boyfriend until she marries. But so far,the two lovebirds have been gallivanting in Ghana, club hopping and cosying up as seen on the pictures posted on her Facebook page. It has been more than three weeks since she left Zimbabwe for Ghana where, among other things, she is eking out a living through making appearances at private parties and clubs. Apparently, the “Queen of Swag” wants to venture into clothing business together with her beau. “I think she has overstayed in Ghana. According to our culture, it is not acceptable for a woman to elope let alone overstay at a boyfriend’s house. Yes, you can visit your boyfriend’s house for formal introductions for two or three days. “What we are seeing is a bad example of Zimbabwean culture. Maybe the Ghanian tradition is different, but as Africans we share a lot in common. Imagine she is a role model and what example is she setting to the young girls?” said one fan. She blasted Pokello for “cohabiting”. “It is unacceptable and not a reflection of Zimbabwean culture or tradition,” she said. Another fan said the honeymoon was getting out of hand. The couple, who are now called Polikem by their legion of fans, also attended Selly’s birthday party last weekend. Other former housemates who attended the Ghanaian’s birthday bash include Maria, Dillish, Melvin and Bolt. Meanwhile, Hakeem Mandaza sneaked back into the country last week from his maiden tour of Zambia. Hakeem, who had gone to rekindle his romance with his girlfriend Clementina Mulenga affectionately known as Cleo, was also in Zambia for the past two weeks. “Cleo travelled to Malawi and is coming end of October. I rushed back home because my son was hospitalised last week, so I had to check up on him. That is why I missed Selly’s party,” he said. Hakeem, who met some of Cleo’s family members, said he enjoyed his stay in Zambia. Contrary to media reports that Hakeem was not taking a keen interest in Cleo, he said the two had agreed to keep the relationship out of the public glare because they were working on other things. “We love each other very much. After the show we had been communicating and agreed to keep a low profile especially with the media around us. We have a lot of other things to do right now and when the time comes, the public will know what we want them to know,” he said.
Dance hall artiste Ibrahim Majekodunmi better known as General Pype has welcomed his first child with his American girlfriend. Already christened Xavier, Pype’s baby boy was born on October 1, 2013. It is believed the child was delivered in a US hospital although NET could not confirm as at the time of this report. ‘Thank You Baba Loke! I am now a DAD Toh skibborious‘, General Pype joyfully announced on Twitter. Sources close to the artiste tell us General Pype and his US baby mama nicknamed Zee, met some years back. In November 2012, Pype travelled over to the US to celebrate Thanksgiving with Zee’s family. Zee also makes trips down to Nigeria. She met with Pype’s mother months ago.
Tuface shared the above photo and he captioned it “After a hard day’s run, I cool off with some ‘pure’ water…Photo of the day!!”
The song's called "Good Times" -- and it features the following verse from Weezy:"I'm f**ked up ... I can't tell you what's what.
All she know is suck, f**k.
I walked up to a big butt, and asked her ass but what ...
Tunechi never slacks without her button up."
As for Paris -- the newest artist on Wayne's Young Money label -- she "sings" the expertly written hook ... which goes:
but that's OK 'cause you're with me.Are you having a good time?
cause I'm having a good time."
It's like poetry, isn't it?
The complete song drops next week -- but we gotta ask ...
You can't go slapping Tyra Banks' name willy-nilly on wigs -- not without her slapping back with a massive lawsuit for 10 million dollars ... KRS has learned.
Tyra just filed a lawsuit in L.A. County against 10 companies that make wigs ... and in the suit she claims they're all biting her "name, photograph, image, and identity" -- as well as her trademarks.
We know squat about wigs ... but some quick research revealed several of the companies do have Tyra's photos and Tyra inspired wigs on their websites.
A few examples: The Yaki straight[Tyra-Banks style] wig, the Tyra Banks custom lace wig #046, and our fave -- the Tyra Banks inspired human hair wig. We're guessing it's not actually TB's hair you're buying ... although it does cost $300!
Several pages of the lawsuit are spent on spelling out how valuable her trademark is because she's a huge star ... and to prove it her IMDB profile -- all 11 pages -- are attached to the suit as Exhibit A.
To be fair, the suit also refers to Tyra as a "former supermodel."
TB is suing for an injunction to stop the sale of the infringing products -- and at least $10 million in damages.
Fun fact: Tyra's first acting credit was Jackie Ames on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1995. Thanks Exhibit A.