RAP couple Safaree and Erica Mena's rocky marriage appears to be reaching its end after he once again threatened to divorce his wife. In a since deleted tweet, rapper Safaree wrote, "marriage was 1 of my BIGGEST mistakes," he said and added he is "walking away before he ends up in jail." Who is Safaree? Safaree Samuels, born July 4, 1981, is a Jamaican-American rapper and television personality. Safaree, 39, started his music career in the early 2000s, as part of the group the Hoodstar. However, he became a household name as rapper Nicki Minaj 's boyfriend. In 2016, he joined the cast of VH1's reality series Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. The following year he moved back to New York City and joined the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York. In 2019, Safaree tied the knot with model Erica Mena, and shares a daughter with his wife, Safire Majesty Samuels. Who is Erica Mena? Born November 8, 1987, Mena is an American television personality and model. Mena, … [Read more...] about Are Safaree and Erica Mena getting divorced?
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Before the days of Instagram, Paris Hilton was the first celebrity to really master the art of being famous for being famous. As the loaded heiress to the Hilton hotel chain, Paris - who turns 40 today - turned up at the best parties, wore the best clothes and surrounded herself with the hottest stars of the moment including Nicole Richie, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan. Using her 'ditzy' persona and obvious sex appeal, Paris made a mint launching everything from perfumes and clothing stores to books, fake tans, wines and everything in between in a business model that would later help the likes of Katie Price make millions. And it was all aided by Paris' best friend and wardrobe organiser Kim Kardashian , who reportedly worked tirelessly behind the scenes leaking stories to the media on Paris' behalf to raise her profile as she pioneered the art of turning partying into profit. "She was the ultimate package that corporate America would want to make for itself as a … [Read more...] about Paris Hilton now after Kim Kardashian butt slur, Nicole Richie truce and egg freezing
An Olympic gold medallist has created specialist glasses that give cyclists eyes at the back of their heads. Callum Skinner, 28, who won gold and silver at the 2016 Olympics, developed the technology with physicist Alex Macdonald after raising more than £100,000 through a Kickstarter campaign. The sunglasses allow cyclists to see forwards and backwards by shifting focus rather than having to turn their heads. They use two-part angled lenses with semi-transparent mirrors and will cost £199.99. The Edinburgh-based inventors hope their glasses will make amateur cycling safer and give other athletes including runners and rowers an advantage. Advertisement "As a passionate cyclist, I'm acutely aware of the importance of road safety," said Skinner. "I'm also struck by the potential of HindSight glasses to help professional cyclists reach their peak performance. More from UK COVID-19: Daily drop-off in vaccinations is down to 'supply … [Read more...] about Olympic star Callum Skinner creates cycling glasses that allow riders to see behind them
England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some questions from the public on the coronavirus crisis. He shared his perspective on the public's queries and concerns on topics including the vaccine rollout, vaccine hesitancy and lifting the lockdown. Below are some of the key things from the Q&A, followed by a short analysis from science correspondent Thomas Moore , who offers his insight on each answer. 1. Since we hit the first 15 million jabs target there has been a drop-off in the daily vaccination numbers. Why? "That's really very simple to explain. There are always going to be supply fluctuations. These are new vaccines and by and large the manufacturers have never made them or anything like them before," Professor Van-Tam said. Advertisement Using one of his now-famous analogies Prof Van-Tam compared the manufacture of vaccines to beer-making. He said you set the equipment up and let … [Read more...] about Vaccine side-effects, fertility and jab shortages – Van-Tam answers your questions
As of Tuesday, the German capital is one year into its five-year "rent freeze," and the data collected so far has given both opponents and supporters fuel for their arguments. A survey published last week by property ad portal ImmoScout24 found that while Berlin's average rent has indeed dropped in the past year, by 7.8%, the number of new flats on the market eligible for a rent reduction had dropped too — by some 30%. That has had a major effect on the competition for new apartments, ImmoScout24 said, with an average of 214 people answering each rental advert in January 2021, compared to 128 in the same month last year. Many cities around the world have some kind of rent control measures in place, but Berlin's rent cap law, in effect since February 2020, is unique. It meant that rents for 90% of Berlin's apartments were frozen for five years at the level they were at in June 2019. New rental contracts could not be above that level, and as of November 2020, any existing rents … [Read more...] about Berlin’s revolutionary rent cap — success or flop?