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    Joe Rogan labelled Meghan Markle a 'little American hussy' who would make Prince Harry 'a Kardashian' in an unearthed podcast. Rogan, 54, was discussing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to leave the Royal Family with Mike Baker, a former CIA officer and security expert, on a podcast which first aired in January 2020, shortly after Megxit was announced. The podcaster, who regularly attracts 11million listeners and is currently facing a storm of controversy over his interviews about COVID-19, mimicked the Queen when discussing the couple's choice to step back the Firm. 'It's that little America hussy he's hooked up with. She's going to turn him into a Kardashian,' he joked when imitating Her Majesty. 'That little American hussy has ruined my prince'. It comes after Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, said they had expressed concerns to Spotify about the 'all too real consequences of COVID-19 misinformation on its platform'. But the couple said they were committed to continuing their reported £18million deal with the streaming giant 'to ensure changes to its platform are made to help address this public health...
    A GRAN-OF-ONE whose fiancé is 39 years her junior has revealed how she's lost friends over her younger man, who moved in with her after a week. Pam Shasteen, 60, was devastated when her best friends labelled Jonathan Langevin, 21, "young enough to be her grandson" and told Pam she "needed therapy". 6At 61, Pam Shasteen is 39 years older than boyfriend Jonathan Langevin, 21Credit: HotSpot Media 6The couple met on Badoo dating app and moved in together after a week of datingCredit: HotSpot Media But the loved-up couple, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, US, have refused to let cruel comments split them up - and say their sex life is great. In an exclusive interview, Pam, a counsellor, said: “I still can’t believe my friends of over 30 years couldn’t be happy for me just because Jonathan is 21. “Jonathan is the love of my life and I don't care what anyone thinks.” In February 2018, Pam received a message from Jonathan, a computer engineering student, on dating app Badoo. 6Pam has lot friendships over her relationship - but her kids and granddaughter don't mindCredit: HotSpot...
    Inspired by Khloe Kardashian, I asked influencers to edit my selfies. Influencers Sia Cooper, Urszula Makowska, and Laura Arumugam adjusted my pictures so they would look like something they would see on their Instagram feed. I also tried out editing app FaceTune on one selfie, and it ended up being my most-liked photo on Instagram ever. Editing can be fun, but it's also a slippery slope. If you rely too much on apps like FaceTune, you might end up just living a lie, which is detrimental to our body image and self-esteem. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. About four weeks ago, Khloe Kardashian posted a series of selfies that everyone completely lost their minds over. "Location: under b----es skiiiinnnnn," she wrote in the caption underneath three pictures where she looked like an entirely different person. A plastic surgeon told Insider it looked like she could have had a nose job, filler injections, and fat removal in her face to make such dramatic changes. But it could also just be editing apps like FaceTune, which have gotten so...
    A GRANDMOTHER was forced to have half of her nose cut off after a “pin prick spot” turned out to be skin cancer. Sun seeking Tracey Stapleford Dengate spent years wearing no sunscreen while lapping up the rays. 5Tracey spent years sunbathing without wearing any sun protection Credit: Mercury Press The 59-year-old from New South Wales, Australia noticed a spot on her face and was told she had developed a rare form of skin cancer. Tracey was first diagnosed with Basal Cell Cardinoma when she was just 33-years-old and despite having various surgeries to remove the cancers, she admits she continued to sunbathe without using protection. The mum-of-three has now had 14 surgeries in total. She was forced to have part of her nose and lip removed in a bid to give her the all clear. 5Before all of her operations Tracey said she liked the way she had looked and often thinks back to that timeCredit: Mercury Press The office assistant said: "When I found the second sore, I kept picking it. I should have known better with everything...
    Muhammad Ali Jr., son of famed boxer Muhammad Ali, said during an interview this week that his father would be against the “racist” Black Lives Matter movement and that Antifa is no different from Islamic terrorists. On the subject of Black Lives Matter, Ali said: “My father would have said, ‘They ain’t nothing but devils.’ My father said, ‘all lives matter.’ I don’t think he’d agree.” “I think it’s racist,” Ali continued. “It’s not just black lives matter, white lives matter, Chinese lives matter, all lives matter, everybody’s life matters. God loves everyone – he never singled anyone out. Killing is wrong no matter who it is.” “It’s a racial statement,” Ali added. “It’s pitting black people against everyone else. It starts racial things to happen. I hate that.” Ali also expressed disapproval over how Black Lives Matter has conducted itself, saying, “Don’t bust up s**t, don’t trash the place. You can peacefully protest.” “Police don’t wake up and think, ‘I’m going to kill a n****r today or kill a white man,’” Ali continued. “They’re just trying to make it...
    Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that he “called Twitter's bluff” by not deleting tweets he said a Twitter employee had told him to remove for violating the company’s policies. Cotton made the statement one day after he penned the Fox News op-ed titled, “Twitter tried to censor me -- and they lost." “I revealed in an op-ed on the Fox News website that Twitter tried to permanently lock down my account if I refused to censor my own tweets on the topic of riots and looting,” he said on Thursday, referencing the violent demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd. He went on to note that his office got a call “out of the blue about a week ago” from “a low-level employee in Twitter’s Washington office” who he said told his aides, “If I didn’t delete tweets they would lock down my account.” In his Fox News op-ed, Cotton said the tweet was over his comments that “the National Guard and active-duty troops could be called out to support local police if necessary, as happened during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.” “‘No...
    CHICAGO — My Block, My Hood, My City has raised $1 million for small businesses hurt by recent looting, vandalism and the coronavirus pandemic. Jahmal Cole, who founded the group, started the Small Business Relief Fund last week as more than 230 businesses reached out to My Block, My Hood, My City to ask for assistance, reporting millions of dollars in damage after recent unrest. Officials have said people used protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis to loot and vandalize stores. Donors rushed to help, giving $1 million to the fund in just two days. The average donation size was $68. People who want to donate to the fund or sign up to get relief for their small business can do so online. That money will be used to help the businesses make repairs, said Cole, who added many of the businesses affected by the looting don’t have the money to make the repairs they need to reopen. Most of Chicago’s small businesses only have 28 days’ worth of cash on hand, and that drops to...
    Leaked audio revealed Chicago aldermen and Mayor Lori Lightfoot melting down on Sunday over their inability to stop violence and looting in their city. Lightfoot held a conference call briefing all 50 aldermen on Sunday as the city descended into chaos and violence. The recording paints a raw picture of just how bad the rioting and looting became across Chicago — and just how helpless the city’s leaders were to stop it. Here are the 17 most explosive quotes from the leaked audio (warning: explicit language). “People are just fucking lawless right now.” Responding to an alderman who expressed dismay at widespread looting in her ward, Lightfoot became exasperated with the widespread violence. “This is a massive, massive problem,” the mayor said. “People are just fucking lawless right now.” “No offense but fuck you.” Lightfoot took issue with Ald. Raymond Lopez after he criticized the mayor’s response and described his ward as a “virtual warzone.” The mayor initially ignored Lopez’s remarks until he demanded an answer. “I think you’re 100% full of shit, is what I think,” Lightfoot said. “No...
    The owner of an immigrant-owned business told "Fox & Friends First" on Friday that 11 years of his life were destroyed "in the blink of an eye" after $70,000 worth of merchandise was stolen by looters. Sam Mabrouk of Ohio's 89 & Pine clothing store was sweeping up glass after a first wave of looting, when a second wave of violent demonstrators entered the store, taking off with merchandise, sewing machines, irons, mannequins, and mirrors, he explained. "What was going through my mind was '11 years of my life just lost in the blink of an eye,'" Mabrouk told host Todd Pirro. ATLANTA BUSINESS OWNER 'LOST EVERYTHING' AFTER STORE WAS LOOTED, DESTROYED Mabrouk, who moved from Egypt to Columbus over ten years ago, said the demonstrations over George Floyd's death reminded him of a 1999 protest he took part in before moving to the United States. "I was part of protests since 1999 in Egypt," he recalled. " We had a good cause but sometimes people jumped on that protest and they started looting, started chaos and what we agreed as protesters at the time was we created human chains to...
    A federal jail inmate in New York City died Wednesday after correctional officers sprayed him with pepper spray, the Bureau of Prisons said. Officers sprayed Jamel Floyd, a 35-year-old black man, after he barricaded himself in his cell at Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center and broke a cell door window with a metal object, the agency said. "He became increasingly disruptive and potentially harmful to himself and others," the agency said in a statement. "Pepper spray was deployed and Floyd was removed from his cell." Floyd's mother said her son suffered from asthma and diabetes and that jail officials were aware of his health conditions. "They maced my son," Donna Mays told the Daily News. "They murdered my son." Members of the jail's medical staff checking on Floyd later found him unresponsive, the agency said. They started life-saving measures and called an ambulance. He was pronounced dead at a hospital. The Bureau of Prisons said there is no indication Floyd's death is related to coronavirus. The agency's director, Michael Carvajal, said Thursday that the Justice Department's inspector general is investigating. He...
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