This post contains spoilers for the Love Is Blind reunion special. Love Is Blind is back to sprinkle some chaotic energy onto your week. There were tears, there were insults, there was a very confusing proposal on bended knee. Bless their hearts. After Kelly shocked Love Is Blind viewers by rejecting Kenny at the altar to the embarrassment of her mother, who was also obviously in love with Kenny , it seemed unlikely that these two would get back together. There, there, dearie.
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By Sean O'grady For Mailonline. Naomi Campbell appears to be taking the threat of the coronavirus seriously as she shared a snap of herself donning latex gloves while urging people to be safe. The supermodel, 49, displayed her modelling chops in the photo as she struck a pose while highlighting her pink gloves. Wearing a grey turtle-neck top and a gold wristwatch, Naomi captioned the snap: 'Don't forget your gloves. Be safe. Several of the star's followers commented on the snap, which was uploaded to Twitter, with one calling Naomi the 'queen of disease control'.
He investigated government corruption and cover-ups, in particular the Sichuan schools corruption scandal following the collapse of " tofu-dreg schools " in the Sichuan earthquake. After being allowed to leave China in , he has lived in Berlin , Germany, and, since , in Cambridge , UK, with his family, working and traveling internationally. In , the family was sent to a labour camp in Beidahuang, Heilongjiang , when Ai was one year old.
Many songs, albums, bands and performances have referenced Donald Trump or his various brands, including Trump Tower , his TV show, his hotel chain, and his casinos. Trump's name first appeared in hip hop lyrics during the s when the business mogul became an icon of the ultra rich. Among the earliest mentions of Trump in rap lyrics was the Beastie Boys ' track "Johnny Ryall" on the Paul's Boutique album, in which they contrast Donald Trump with his homeless alter-ego , Donald Tramp. While many rappers praise Trump's wealth, usually comparing their own financial aspirations or success to that of the billionaire businessman, others have used their music as a platform to criticize Trump's practices and politics. The s marked a left-leaning political shift in musicians' attitude toward Trump as his presence in the public eye changed from that of a business tycoon to a politician, particularly one known for making controversial statements. Because of hip hop's close association with minority communities and its reinvigorated politicization with the Black Lives Matter movement, lyrical depictions of Trump rapidly grew to be more disparaging throughout his campaign and subsequent election as President of the United States. Many artists have name-checked Trump in more than one song.