Reggae star Buju Banton (real name Mark Myrie) has been found guilty of three cocaine related charges in Florida.
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This news has ruined my appetite.
Why does the fashion industry continue to encourage this madness???? Does it give them some sort of a thrill to put young women on the catwalk who clearly have eating disorders?
I’m guessing that the model below just lives off a diet of lettuce and water. She looks terrible.
Major fail LFW!
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Oprah saved the day once again yesterday on her show when she gave Rozonno and Mia McGhee, and their miracle sextuplets $250,000 credit at Walmart and a honeymoon in Las Vegas, even though the couple have been married for 11 years.
The couple and their sextuplets (Olivia, Madison, Rozonno Jr, Josiah, Elijah and Isaac) caught Oprah’s attention after Mia posted the picture below on Facebook which became an Internet sensation.
That’s such a beautiful picture.
Usher’s New Look Foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by pop superstar Usher Raymond IV designed to mentor youth from impoverished areas, hosted a workshop in London at The Brunswick Club on Saturday, 19 February.
The day consisted of team-building, speakers and classroom break-out sessions where students learnt how to tackle community problems, the basic skill-set of becoming leaders and how to create a service project in their community.
Usher’s talk highlighted the importance of pursuing passions and cultivating hard work in order to become a future leader. “Not everyone will be a star”, said the ‘OMG’ singer, “You may not all be footballers but it’s about applying business acumen and using your skills to succeed and give back to your community”.
The Brunswick Club works to strengthen young people’s talents and encourage involvement in service and civic engagement, two main pillars that make up the New Look Foundation.
The New Look Foundation empowers, motivates and inspires young people to create change while offering them the tools and resources they need to succeed as leaders. The Foundation has provided over 150,000 hours of leadership training and has worked with more than 8,700 youth around the world.
For more information about Usher’s New Look Foundation, please visit www.ushersnewlook.org.