Is it over? Has the happy Union between Mz Menneh and Lorenzo ended? Is there big trouble in Menneh-Loveland paradise? Well, from their recent interaction on social media, we are seeing nothing but signs of a break up.
1. Loveland changed his profile from engaged to single.
2. Loveland did not react to Mz Menneh congratulation post on his Tunes Liberia Award. He didn’t click like, comment or share.
3. Loveland didnot give Mz. Menneh a shout out in his acceptance post.
Former White House aide, Omarosa Manigault-Newman, who is now starring in Celebrity Big Brother, is contemplating writing a tell-all book but she fears President Donald Trump will come after her with everything.
According to Mail Online, she made this know during the newest episode of 'Celebrity Big Brother' where she also discussed the end of her tenure as the Office of Public Liaison's director of communications at the White House.
When fellow houseguest, actress Shannon Elizabeth, asked her why she left in January, Omarosa said:
'I'm emancipated. I feel like I just got freed off a plantation. Hallelujah. Thank you, Jesus,' she said in a clip that was filmed on her sixth day in the house.
'I was literally the only African American woman in the senior staff,' she said.
'I'm going to meetings with people who are ignoring me, or because I was black, people wouldn't even talk to me. And it wasn't just the black thing - it was the woman th…
Spokespersons of aggrieved General Services Agency (GSA) employees
were ordered by armed Police officers of the Liberia National Police to
vacate the compound of the GSA on Friday, February 23.
The aggrieved workers said the Police gave them no “genuine reason” while they were being forced out of the premises.
Moses Doely, spokesperson for the workers, said he and four other
colleagues had gone to the human resources manager office where they
normally sit when officers of the Police Support Unit (PSU) ordered them
out of the compound.
"The Police didn't tell us why they were asking us out, but when we
were in the HR office, we saw Chon David walking towards us with the two
PSU officers and pointed at us, just in that time the officers asked
the five of us outside but failed to give reasons why we were being
asked out of the compound," he said.
According to the security, they were acting on a special mandate by
GSA Director Mary Broh, who ordered the compound …
Black Panther earned $108
million on its second Fri-Sun frame, a drop of just 46% from last
weekend’s record-crushing $202m Fri-Sun opening. In terms of raw
dollars, it is the second-biggest second weekend gross of all time
between Universal/Comast Corp.'s Jurassic World ($106.5m) and Lucasfilm's The Force Awakens ($149m).
It has now earned $400m in ten days of release, which makes it the
second-fastest grosser of all time (for now) behind only Jurassic World ($404m) and The Force Awakens ($540m). Even if you adjust for inflation, it’s still only behind Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc.'s The Dark Knight, Marvel's The Avengers, Jurassic World and The Force Awakens among ten-day domestic totals.
It also joins fellow Walt Disney release The Force Awakens as
the only other $200 million+ opener to avoid the “$100m-losers club,”
as it fell only $94m between weekends. That 46% second-weekend drop is a
record for an MCU flick, holding even better than Paramount/Viacom
Black Panther is a global smash hit. The film has broken box office records,
raking in $218 million domestically over President’s Days weekend and
shattered the misconception that Black films can’t do well overseas.
While fans continue to discuss the complex themes in the film, many are
showering praise on Black Panther’s breakout star, Winston Duke. Dubbed “Mountain Bae” and “M’Baeku” by some, Duke’s commanding and, at times, hilarious performance earned the newcomer widespread acclaim and scores of new (ahem, thirsty) admirers. So far, the 31-year-old actor has had a handful of roles on TV shows, including Modern Family, Law & Order, and Person of Interest, but Black Panther ensures we’ll be seeing a lot more from Duke. Before he returns to the big screen this summer in Marvel’s next film, Avengers: Infinity War, here are
5 things to know about Black Panther star Winston DukeDuke grew up in Argyle, a small village on the Caribbean island of Tobago.…
It takes a lot to stand out in a movie with a cast as stacked as Black Panther. But somehow newcomer Winston Duke manages to steal the show as M’Baku, leader of the Jabari tribe. GQ caught up with Duke to ask him what it's like to be a part of a phenomenon your very first time out.
The first words Winston Duke says in Black Panther as M'Baku, leader of the Jabari tribe, double as a hell of a metaphor for Black Panther itself: It's challenge day.
The line is a reference to one of the traditions in the film's
fictional nation of Wakanda, where each of the five tribes are free to
challenge the heir to the throne to combat on the day of their
coronation. Winner takes all. To Winston Duke, the release of Black Panther
can't help but feel a bit like that, a direct call out to blockbuster
cinema and the assumptions that drive it. It's challenge day.
As M'Baku, Winston Duke makes an immediate impression, even in a cast as stacked with revered legends and fan…
Hosting its very 1st awards on February 24, 2018, in Monrovia, Liberia, Tunes Liberia had the who's who of Liberian Entertainment industry all in one building. The fashions, swags and blazes, check out these exclusive C Liberia Clearly photos from the event.