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Black Panther 2 release date and official title revealed

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The official title and release date for the highly-anticipated “Black Panther” sequel were revealed Monday in a megatrailer celebrating Marvel movies.

The sequel to the 2018 film starring the late Chadwick Boseman is set to be released July 8, 2022, and is titled “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced in December that the film would not recast Boseman’s T’Challa character in its next installment.

Boseman died last August at age 43 after a private battle with colon cancer.

“Chadwick Boseman was an immensely talented actor and an inspirational individual who affected all of our lives,” Feige said at the time. “His portrayal of T’Challa the Black Panther is iconic and transcends any iteration of the character in any other medium from Marvel’s past. It’s for that reason we will not recast the character.”

Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Letitia Wright (Shuri), Winston Duke (M’Baku) and Daniel Kaluuya (W’Kabi) are expected to return.

The three-minute long trailer also gave a first look at Chloé Zhao’s “Eternals,” arriving Nov. 5 and revealed the title of Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” sequel, “The Marvels,” arriving Nov. 11, 2022.

The end of the trailer featured the official titles and release dates for other upcoming Marvel movies including “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” (Sept. 3) and “Thor: Love and Thunder” (May 6, 2022).

SOURCE: USA Today

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Chris Brown congratulates Rihanna on her baby boy

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American singer, Chris Brown has reacted to the news about Rihanna welcoming a baby boy.

On Thursday, May, 19, 2022, TMZ reported that Rihanna and A$ap Rocky have welcomed a baby boy.

The Fenty Beauty founder reportedly welcomed her baby boy with the rapper on May, 13, 2022.

Reacting to the news in a post on his Instagram story, Breezy, who is the ex boyfriend of Rihanna, seemingly congratulated the couple on their baby.

“🙏🏾❤️ Congratulations 🫄🏻” he wrote.

Rihanna and Chris dated on and off from 2007 to 2013.

In February 2009, Rihanna obtained a restraining order against Chris after he physically assaulted her before the 2009 Grammy Awards. The two had been dating for almost two years at the time of the assault.

In February 2011, Rihanna agreed to drop the restraining order, and she and Chris reunited in 2012 only to split a year later in 2013.

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Rihanna and A$ap Rocky have welcomed a baby boy

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According to reports by TMZ, Rihanna and A$ap Rocky have welcomed a baby boy.

The Fenty Beauty founder welcomed her baby boy with the rapper on May, 13, 2022.

News of Rihanna’s pregnancy broke in late January after photos emerged of the singer, 34, proudly displaying her baby bump as she went for a stroll with Rocky, 33, in Harlem.

A month before the big reveal, Rihanna had sparked pregnancy rumors while dining at Carbone, with a source revealing she was “quite clearly drinking sparkling water and openly rubbing her baby bump.”

The love birds are also reported to have gotten engaged in a cute proposal captured in the latest music video from the rapper, “D.M.B.”

While Rihanna and A$ap Rocky have been friends for nearly a decade, they began sparking relationship rumors in late 2020.

They made their relationship public in 2021 and in early 2022, announced their pregnancy.

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Family sues Apple after AirPods supposedly damaged son’s ears

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Apple Inc has been sued by the family of a Texas child who allegedly suffered permanent hearing loss from an Amber Alert on the company’s AirPod wireless earbuds. (more…)

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United Africa Organization and 5,315 hopeful immigrants sue Biden administration

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On Tuesday, Chicago-based United Africa Organization and over five thousand Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery applicants filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration in the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, challenging the unlawful withholding of Diversity Visas. (Complaint available upon request.)
As part of their legal challenge, Plaintiffs attack the lawfulness Secretary Antony Blinken’s policy changes implemented through a November 2021 cable with the subject line, “Recalibration of Consular Services Prioritization at Posts Abroad.”
Immigrant plaintiffs all entered the FY-2022 lottery in late 2020 and were selected in May 2021 from a pool of millions of entries through a computer-generated random drawing. They should each be eligible 55,000 visas that should be issued in FY-2022 (between October 1, 2021 and September 20, 2022).[1] Immigrant plaintiffs followed the rules and submitted their applications. They made plans to build a new life in America. Yet, the Biden administration, still beholden to restrictive immigration policies adopted during the Trump administration, stands in their way.
Modernly, the Diversity Visa lottery program is responsible for the largest percentage of African and Black immigration to the United States. Yet, according to the CATO Institute, Africans Face Steepest Decline in Immigrant Visas under Biden.
Fasika Alem, Programs Director of United African Organization, said:
“The administration’s decision to make the DV lottery program a low priority for visa issuances is decreasing African immigration to the U.S, and that outcome is not consistent with the country’s values.”
Alexandra George, Chicago-based co-counsel for Plaintiffs, said:
“President Biden campaigned on promises to support the DV lottery, but the administration’s own policies are the biggest hurdle for African winners. These broken promises harm thousands of real people and tarnish Biden’s legacy.”
Jana Al-Akhras, co-counsel for Plaintiffs, said:
“The DV Program, its selectees, and its recipients are a vital aspect of our country’s immigration process — the importance of which cannot be overstated. The Biden Administration’s attempt to undermine this program harms our nation and runs contrary to the express will of Congress. We urge the Biden Administration to consider the harm that incurs as a result of their deprioritzation of these very worthy applicants.”
 
Case number: NDIL: 1:22-cv-02599
 
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Watch: Michael Blackson’s fiancée allows him one sidechick a month

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American-based Ghanaian Comedian and Actor, Michael Blackson and his fiancée, Rada have revealed they have made some special arrangements in their relationship.

The couple made an appearance on the Shade Room and revealed that they have both agreed to allow Michael have one “sidechick” every month.

In a conversation with Thembi from the Shade Room, Rada explained why she’s allowed Michael to have a sidechick every month.

“The reason why is I’ve been in a long term relationship and I’ve said it before, you having sex with the same individual for years, it gets boring and I need some excitement in the bedroom,” Rada said.

When asked if Michael also allows Rada to have a side piece, he responded;

“I mean, she’s allowed to have any female she wants and not a man because we don’t need another penis in the relationship.”

Watch rest of their conversation below;

Michael Blackson and Rada have been engaged since July 2021 after two years of dating.

In May, 2021, Rada announced on social media that she had broken off the engagement because she was not going to be lied to. However, the two got back together immediately and have been lovey lovey ever since.

Michael also brought her back home to Ghana during one of his numerous visits to introduce her to his family back home in Ghana.

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Drug dealer in Mac Miller case sentenced to over 17 years for fentanyl distribution

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One of the three men charged in relation to Mac Miller‘s 2018 death from a drug overdose has been sentenced to 17 years and six months in prison. (more…)

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