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31 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Gervonta Davis Is Undisputed Champ & Yeezy Is Fashion Genius | Divij's Den | Ep. 49
Gervonta Davis Is Undisputed Champ & Yeezy Is Fashion Genius | Divij's Den | Ep. 49 DIVIJ (@divijvaswani) • Instagram photos and videos Christian Yi (@christianyi_) • Instagram photos and videos NEW YORK -- Madonna. Michael Strahan. Tracy Morgan. Every time Gervonta Davis fights, the stars come out in droves. Saturday's lightweight event at Barclays Center was no different, as 18,970 people were in attendance to see "Tank" Davis send Rolando Romero crashing into the ropes for yet another highlight-reel finish with a sixth-round TKO. Davis proved once again he is one of the biggest stars in boxing. Barclays Center in Brooklyn? Sold out. His December fight versus Isaac Cruz at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles? Another packed house. No matter what city, no matter whom he faces, Davis has left no doubt he is one of the sport's most bankable athletes. Now, it's time for him to step up and fight one of the elite at 135 pounds, the weight class Davis said after Saturday's bout is his most comfortable. There's whomever emerges from next week's bout between George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney for the undisputed championship. The problem is, if Haney wins, Kambosos is entitled to an immediate rematch. But the biggest bout of them all at 135 pounds? Ryan Garcia. The win over Romero was the final bout of Davis' multifight deal with Mayweather Promotions. Tank indicated in the lead-up he is likely to part ways with Floyd Mayweather, who has been his promoter since 2015, in favor of the sort of flexibility Canelo Alvarez enjoys as a free agent. That would certainly remove any obstacles -- or excuses -- when it comes to pursuing the sort of high-level opponents Davis should be seeking. "He's been protected," Romero told ESPN on Wednesday. "Let's go down Gervonta's résumé from the time he won a world title. [Jose] Pedraza, weight-drained 130-pounder. Liam Walsh, chinny, weak U.K. fighter. Francisco Fonseca, who [Davis] hit behind the head and knocked him out in the eighth round. "Ryan Garcia knocked [Fonseca] out in one round like nothing. ... [Yuriorkis] Gamboa, who had both [Davis'] eyes shut. Then he fought [Leo] Santa Cruz, who's a 118-pounder who moved up to 126 then to 130 as a favor to [advisor] Al Haymon." Of course, Romero was being overly critical ahead of the fight, but he does make some salient points. Davis' best win to date remains that 2017 TKO of Pedraza to win his first title. Regardless of opposition, the talent is obvious. And on Saturday, Davis (27-0, 25 KOs) showed a new layer with the kind of patient strategy he employed round after round in the face of a dangerous puncher. He picked his shots. He held on when he felt Romero's power. It was a mature performance from an ever-growing fighter. "I know when to take it to my opponents and when to chill out," Davis, 27, said. "There was someone in the crowd ... and they were telling me to press forward, and I was like, 'Not yet. I got to loosen him up a little more.'"
38 minutes | May 30, 2022
Uvalde School Shooting Tragedy: A Discussion Around Gun Violence & Change | Divij’s Den | Ep. 48
Uvalde School Shooting Tragedy: A Discussion Around Gun Violence & Change | Divij’s Den | Ep. 48 https://www.gofundme.com/f/kendall-olivarez https://www.gofundme.com/f/may-you-rest-in-peace-my-ellie-g https://www.gofundme.com/f/donate-to-help-miah https://www.gofundme.com/f/layla-salazar-our-angel-in-heaven On May 24, 2022, 18-year-old Salvador Rolando Ramos fatally shot nineteen students and two teachers and wounded seventeen other people at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, United States. Earlier in the day, he shot his grandmother in the forehead at home, severely wounding her. Outside the school he fired shots for approximately five minutes, before entering with an AR-15 style rifle through an open side entrance door without encountering armed resistance. He then locked himself inside a classroom, killed nineteen students and two teachers, and remained there for around one hour before a United States Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) fatally shot him. This was the third-deadliest American school shooting, after the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007 and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, and the deadliest in Texas. Law enforcement officials were criticized for their actions in response to the shooting, and their conduct is being reviewed in separate investigations by the Texas Ranger Division and the United States Department of Justice. After initially praising first responders to the shooting, Texas Governor Greg Abbott called for an investigation of the lack of action by incident commanders. Police officers waited 78 minutes on-site before breaching the classroom to engage the shooter. Police also cordoned off the school grounds, resulting in violent conflicts between police and civilians who were attempting to enter the school to rescue children. Afterwards, local and state officials gave inaccurate reports of the timeline of police actions and overstated police actions. The Texas Department of Public Safety acknowledged that it was an error for law enforcement to delay an assault on Ramos's position in the student-filled classroom, attributing this to the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District's police chief's assessment of the situation as one with a "barricaded subject" instead of an "active shooter". Following the shooting, which took place only ten days after the 2022 Buffalo shooting at a supermarket, wider discussions ensued about American gun culture and violence, gridlock in politics, and law enforcement's failure to halt the attack. Some have advocated for a renewal of an assault weapons federal ban. Others criticized politicians for their perceived role in continuing to enable mass shootings. Republicans have responded by resisting the implementation of gun control measures, and called for increasing security measures in schools, such as arming teachers. They also expressed concerns about the politicization of the shooting. Some Republican senators expressed an openness for a bipartisan agreement on gun reform, such as incentivizing states to pass red flag laws and expanding background checks for gun purchasers.
37 minutes | May 23, 2022
BREAKING NEWS: Taco Bell Is Bringing Back The Mexican Pizza | Divij's Den | Ep. 47
BREAKING NEWS: Taco Bell Is Bringing Back The Mexican Pizza | Divij's Den | Ep. 47 Taco Bell’s highly anticipated Mexican Pizza finally returns to menus Thursday following a roughly two-year hiatus. The beloved menu item was eliminated in November 2020 as part of a broader culling of Taco Bell’s menu during the height of the pandemic. That helped Taco Bell shed complexities and costs. But now, the $4.49 menu item is back – permanently – after fans demanded it. The Mexican Pizza consists of a tortilla shell filled pizza sauce and either beans or ground beef. It’s topped with another tortilla shell that’s smothered with more sauce, cheese and chopped tomatoes. Taco Bell introduced the item in 1985 and originally called it the “Pizzazz Pizza.”(CNN) - Taco Bell is bringing Mexican pizza back after a two-year absence from the menu. The pizza will be available to order starting Thursday, but fans can get it Wednesday through a special offer on the Taco Bell app. Taco Bell CEO Mark King said last month its Mexican pizza has a long history with the fast-food chain and customers have been calling for its return. Taco Bell announced last month that the fan-favorite item would be coming back. Taco Bell is also joining forces with Dolly Parton and Doja Cat for a musical inspired by the Mexican pizza. It will make its debut on TikTok later this month. After an absence of more than a year, Taco Bell has brought back its Mexican Pizza. The fan-favorite item is in Taco Bell locations nationwide on May 19. To promote its cross-cultural creation, the restaurant chain is offering a delivery discount through DoorDash. It's also premiering Mexican Pizza: The Musical on TikTok later this month. According to Taco Bell, the satirical number will feature Doja Cat, Dolly Parton and TikTok influencer Victor Kunda, among others. Last month, Cat first tweeted out the news that the dish was coming back.
38 minutes | May 19, 2022
The Crypto Market Is F*cked & Elon Musk Is Sending Nudes To Mars | Divij’s Den | Ep. 46
The Crypto Market Is F*cked & Elon Musk Is Sending Nudes To Mars | Divij’s Den | Ep. 46 Despite bitcoin’s violent sell off, Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor is holding firm. The bitcoin bull said he’s in it for the long term and his strategy is to buy and hold the cryptocurrency. “There's no price target,” Saylor told Yahoo Finance Live. “I expect we'll be buying bitcoin at the local top forever. And I expect bitcoin is going to go into the millions. So we're very patient. We think it's the future of money.” Saylor said bitcoin has sold off with other risk assets like stocks as the Federal Reserve has moved to raise interest rates, and investors have sold off riskier assets or assets with valuations that had soared. That, Saylor said, is separate from the meltdown of stablecoin TerraUSD and its sister token Luna, which he thinks will accelerate efforts to regulate stablecoins and security tokens. Saylor also thinks that since most cryptocurrencies aren’t registered securities, that’s preventing public companies and investors from investing in them and holding back the asset class as a whole. Saylor on the future of payments While Saylor believes bitcoin is the future of money, he thinks Lightning—a network applied to bitcoin that enables the cryptocurrency to scale up its ability to do transactions more efficiently— is the future of payments. “If you're going to do payments and transactions high speed, you're going to need a base layer that's ethically sound, economically sound, and technically sound,” he said. “That's what Bitcoin is. But then billions and billions of transactions are going to go on a layer 2 like Lightning.”Bitcoin is on a wild ride. The world’s largest cryptocurrency soared to $68,990 last November. Now, it’s at around $29,000 — a staggering 58% pullback from the peak. If the downtrend continues, Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says he’s ready to start buying. “BITCOIN CRASHING. Great news,” he tweeted last week. “I am waiting for Bitcoin to crash to 20k. Will then wait for test of bottom which might be $17k. Once I know bottom is in I back up the truck. Crashes are the best times to get rich.”Kiyosaki added that bitcoin “is the future of money” and that its bottom may be even lower at $11,000. In today’s market environment, it’s not easy to be a contrarian investor. But if you share Kiyosaki’s view, here are three simple ways to capitalize on bitcoin's potential rebound. Sign up for our MoneyWise newsletter to receive a steady flow of actionable ideas from Wall Street's top firms. Buy bitcoin directly The first option is the most straightforward: If you want to buy bitcoin, just buy bitcoin. These days, many platforms allow individual investors to buy and sell crypto. Just be aware that some exchanges charge up to 4% in commission fees for each transaction. So look for apps that charge low or even no commissions. While bitcoin commands a five-figure price tag today, there’s no need to buy a whole coin. Most exchanges allow you to start with as much money as you are willing to spend. Bitcoin ETFs Exchange-traded funds have risen in popularity in recent years. They trade on stock exchanges, so it’s very convenient to buy and sell them. And now, investors can use them to get a piece of the bitcoin action, too. For instance, ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF (BITO) started trading on NYSE Arca in October 2021, marking the first U.S. bitcoin-linked ETF on the market. The fund holds bitcoin futures contracts that trade on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and has an expense ratio of 0.95%. There’s also the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF (BTF), which made its debut a few days after BITO. This Nasdaq-listed ETF invests in bitcoin futures contracts, and charges an expense ratio of 0.95%. Bitcoin stocks When companies tie some of their growth to the crypto market, their shares can often move in tandem with the coins. First, we have bitcoin mine
28 minutes | May 16, 2022
Young Thug Hit WIth RICO Charges, Miami/F1 Recap | Divij's Den | Ep. 45
Young Thug Hit WIth RICO Charges, Miami/F1 Recap| Divij's Den | Ep. 45 Young Thug Hit WIth RICO Charges, Miami/F1 Recap| Divij's Den | Ep. 45 https://instagram.com/divijvaswani Divij@DivisionMedia.Co video: https://www.instagram.com/christianyi_/ Grammy-winning rapper Young Thug’s lyrics are being cited as evidence in a sweeping 56-count gang indictment, again raising a debate over whether lyrics are protected free speech. According to the 88-page indictment obtained by CNN, lyrics from the rapper’s popular songs – including “Slime Sh*t,” “Original Slime Sh*t,” and “Anybody” – were used as examples of “overt acts,” some of which constitute racketeering. Prosecutors allege that Young Thug, real name Jeffery Williams, founded the gang Young Slime Life in late 2012 and was a key figure in various YSL activities. Rapper Gunna, real name Sergio Giovanni Kitchens, is also charged in the document. Williams was arrested at his home in Atlanta on Monday, police said. Most notably, prosecutors said that in 2015, Williams rented an Infiniti Q50 sedan from Hertz, which was later used in the murder of a rival gang member. There are also references that paint Williams as the leader of the YSL gang, as two associates discussed how to obtain his permission to attempt to murder rapper YFN Lucci while he was incarcerated. “I’m prepared to take them down,” “murder gang sh*t,” and “I never killed anybody but I got something to do with that body” are just a few of the dozens of lines referenced in the indictment. Lyrics from other popular rappers referencing ties to Young Slime Life are also quoted in the indictment, along with social media posts. Williams has been booked into the Fulton County jail and charged with conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and participation in criminal street gang activity. This isn’t the first time song lyrics have been used by criminal prosecutors. In 2019, prosecutors questioned Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine about lyrics for his song “GUMMO,” asking if it included threats to rivals. In 2017, prosecutors tried to use Drakeo the Ruler’s “Flex Freestyle” as evidence that he conspired to murder another rapper. Not everyone supports allowing prosecutors to use lyrics as evidence. In “Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics and Guilt in America” by Erik Nielson and Andrea L. Dennis, rapper Killer Mike argues that rap as an art form is a safe space where raw emotions can and should be expressed. “Left unchecked, it has the potential to silence a generation of artists who are exercising their First Amendment right to express themselves,” he wrote. “These are voices we should be encouraging, yet our criminal justice system has consistently looked for ways to punish them.” Killer Mike also noted that other artists from genres other than rap are often celebrated for their dark lyrics, while rappers are vilified.Last year, state senators in New York introduced the bill “Rap Music on Trial,” which would prevent art – including song lyrics – from being used as evidence in criminal cases. Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Big Sean and Kelly Rowland all supported the bill, as did other musicians. But Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis sees it differently.
33 minutes | May 10, 2022
The Recession Is Here… And DaBaby Is Cancelled | Divij’s Den | Ep. 44
The Recession Is Here… And DaBaby Is Cancelled | Divij’s Den | Ep. 44 With inflation at the highest level in 40 years and the Federal Reserve taking increasingly aggressive action to cool consumer demand and prices, the risk of a global recession is on the rise, according to Morgan Stanley economists. In a Monday analyst note, the bank strategists – led by Seth Carpenter – said they have dramatically reduced their global growth outlook over the past three months as inflationary pressures have climbed and fears of a global recession have grown. HOW THE FEDERAL RESERVE MISSED THE MARK ON SURGING INFLATION "We live in the most chaotic, hard-to-predict macroeconomic times in decades," Carpenter wrote in the note. "The ingredients for a global recession are on the table." Economic growth in the U.S. is already slowing: The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported earlier this month that gross domestic product unexpectedly shrank in the first quarter of the year, marking the worst performance since the spring of 2020, when the economy was still deep in the throes of the COVID-induced recession. Still, a recession is not the base outlook for the Morgan Stanley strategists, who noted that business investment and consumer spending remained strong in the first three months of the year. In order for there to be a global recession, the economists said there needs to be a scenario where all energy imports from Russia, including natural gas, are cut off abruptly. And while the Fed is taking action to tame inflation by raising interest rates at the fastest pace in decades, the Morgan Stanley economists predicted that policymakers would "reverse course" at the first sign of doing too much. "We would need a European contraction to hit the US economy after enough frontloaded policy tightening is in train to trigger a recession," Carpenter said. "The alignment of those unlucky stars is possible, hence the rising risk, but it is not something I would count on."The analyst note comes less than one week after the Fed voted unanimously to increase the interbank lending rate by a half-basis point for the first time in two decades as it ratchets up the fight to combat inflation. Chairman Jerome Powell all but promised two more similarly sized hikes at the Fed's coming meetings in June and July as policymakers seek to "expeditiously" get overnight borrowing costs to a neutral range of 2.25% to 2.5%. Current market pricing shows that traders expect the rate to rise to 3.0% and 3.25% by the end of the year, according to CME Group data, which tracks trading. That would mean the Fed raises rates at every meeting for the rest of the year. Rolling Loud Miami 2021’s final day on July 25 was packed with highly anticipated performances from Megan Thee Stallion, Post Malone, and many others, but it was DaBaby‘s set that immediately dominated headlines and for days after. DaBaby, who took the Ciroc Stage right after Meg, surprised attendees by bringing out Tory Lanez. The year prior, the “Savage” singer had accused Lanez of shooting her in the foot. But the “Rockstar” rapper didn’t stop there, and what came next fueled criticism: In clips from the livestreamed performance, DaBaby made homophobic and misogynistic comments. “If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that’ll make you die in two to three weeks, then put your cellphone lighter up,” he told attendees. “Ladies, if your p—- smell like water, put your cellphone lighter up. Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d— in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.” Read on to see how things unfolded after his remarks.
41 minutes | May 5, 2022
Dave Chappelle Attacked, Supreme Court Changing Abortion Rights, & Met Gala | Divij’s Den | Ep. 43
Dave Chappelle Attacked, Supreme Court Overturns Abortion Rights, & Met Gala | Divij’s Den | Ep. 43 The armed man who is accused of attacking Dave Chappelle on stage at the Hollywood Bowl will not face felony charges, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said Thursday. Isaiah Lee, 23, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after tackling the comedian Tuesday night. Lee is being held on $30,000 bail. It's unclear what motivated Lee to run onto the stage. The county D.A.'s office referred the case to the L.A. City Attorney for possible misdemeanor charges instead. County prosecutors determined that while criminal conduct occurred "the evidence as presented did not constitute felony conduct." Police said Lee was armed with a replica handgun-knife when he ran onto the stage and tackled Chappelle. Witness video shows Chappelle falling back but he managed to quickly free himself as security rushed out to grab the attacker. Michigan doctors say when Roe is overturned a "dormant" state law could outlaw abortion even for rape or incest. The Democratic state AG warns local prosecutors may charge both doctors and patients. Affectionately referred to as “fashion’s biggest night out,” the Met Gala 2022 is a fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The event welcomes stars, young creatives, and industry paragons. The Costume Institute is hosting its first two-part exhibition, on the theme of American fashion, during 2021 and 2022. Part one, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” opened in the Anna Wintour Costume Center on September 18, 2021, and “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” opens on May 5, 2022 in the period rooms of the American Wing. Both shows will be on display through September 5, 2022. Bookmark this page for exhibition and gala news and to enjoy Vogue’s coverage of past events’ biggest moments. Elon Musk has brought in new investors to fund his Twitter deal, a filing shows. The filing lists a number of investment firms and others backers who will contribute $7 billion to the deal. Elon Musk has brought in more than a dozen new investors to help fund his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, including the billionaire Larry Ellison and the venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, according to securities documents filed Thursday morning. The investors together will contribute $7 billion to help fund Twitter’s purchase, with the rest coming from Mr. Musk’s own pocket or through loans. Mr. Musk had said that he would fund the deal in part with a $12.5 billion loan against his shares in Tesla The 18 investors listed in Thursday’s filing are a mix of big names such as Fidelity as well as so-called family offices — firms that manage the wealth of billionaires and other rich individuals. Binance, the cryptocurrency exchange, is contributing $500 million, while an entity affiliated with Mr. Ellison, the Oracle co-founder, is investing $1 billion. Sequoia is putting up $800 million, and Qatar Holding, a sovereign wealth fund, is contributing $375 million. The new funds could give investors more confidence that the deal will close, as a number of investors have been betting against that likelihood, particularly given the amount of capital that Mr. Musk may personally be on the hook for, along with his unpredictable nature. The deal is not set to close for three to six months, and Mr. Musk must pay a $1 billion breakup fee if his financing falls apart. “This was a smart financial and strategic move by Musk that will be well received across the board,” Daniel Ives, a managing director and analyst at the investment firm Wedbush.
1 minutes | Apr 29, 2022
LIFE UPDATE | Divij’s Den | Ep. 42
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30 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
Alanna Panday Speaks On Building Her Fashion & Beauty Empire & Her Engagement | Divij’s Den | Ep. 41
Alanna Panday Speaks On Building Her Fashion & Beauty Empire | Divij’s Den | Ep. 41. SEO IGNORE: Born on August 16, 1995 Alanna Panday is Cousin of Bollywood actress Ananya Panday and niece of Chunky Panday. She hails from Mumbai, Maharashtra India and lives in the city with her parents. Alanna Panday Parents and Family Alanna Panday is daughter of Chikki Panday and Deanne Panday. Her Father is a known businessman and has also worked as a member of the Indian Government’s Ministry of Steel. . She also has a younger brother named Ahaan Panday who is also an actor, model and social media celebrity. Alanna is niece of Chunky Panday and Bhawana Panday and is cousin of Ananya Panday, Rysa Panday. She is granddaughter of Snehlata Panday, Sharad Panday. Alanna Panday Education Alanna did her graduation in Fashion Management from London College of Fashion, London UK. Alanna Panday Career While there is not enough information about Alanna’s career, she is a fashion graduate and also does many commercials. She is a fashion freak and trails her career in the same industry. She is also one of the brand ambassadors of Bollywood ace designer Manish Malhotra. She is also a big social media celebrity and shares her OOTD often with her fans. Alanna Panday Boyfriend/Husband Alanna Panday recently got engaged with her long time boyfriend Ivor McCray on 14’Nov at her Mumbai home. She has always been open about her relationship with Ivor and has shared many cute couple pictures with him. She also enjoys vacation with her boo and shares pictures from her vacay location. The engagement of Alanna and Ivor also became the talk of the town as they looked all dreamy in the matching coloured outfits themed with the decor. Post the engagement Alanna had shared on Instagram, “So happy we got to have a small Indian Engagement ceremony with our close friends and family before we head back to LA today!” Addressing questions about their wedding date, she hinted that it may take place sometime in 2021. Alanna added “Also people that are asking when the wedding is - We're not gonna have it for another year and a half! Haven't even thought of a date yet. All we know for sure is that we're gonna be having two weddings to embrace out cultures!” Alanna is Chikki and Deanne Panday’s daughter. Her close-knit engagement was attended by Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Mahesh Bhupathi, Bhavana Panday, Sohail Khan, Salma Khan, Atul Agnihotri and Nirvaan Khan among others. Alanna Panday and her fiance Ivor McCray responded to several of their fans’ questions in a new video on their YouTube channel. They also revealed if they will settle in India and spoke on why Alanna's actor-cousin Ananya Panday didn't attend her engagement party. They also replied to a question on who would get married first--Ananya or Alanna's bother Ahaan Panday. (Also Read | Alanna Panday’s fiance Ivor jokes about getting beers with Shah Rukh Khan, calls himself ‘big Salman Khan fan’. Watch) In the video, when asked why Ananya Panday didn't come to her engagement, Ivor said, "She was doing a movie." Alanna added, "She was shooting for her movie. Her entire family came, Rysa, my aunt and uncle were there. I just couldn't have her. I just know how important that movie was to her, so I completely understand that she had to go for that." At this, Ivor asked Alanna if they should reveal the real reason, which he joked was a big argument with Ananya. "We were yelling at each other. And I was like don't come to our wedding." Alanna laughed and said that people 'love to think that though'. A person asked when their families will meet each other. Alanna and Ivor said that though they have been together for two years, their families haven't met yet. Alanna said, "My mom said she's coming here in April and we're gonna meet your family. Our extended families will meet at the wedding, I guess."
36 minutes | Mar 9, 2022
Youtuber MALIK Speaks On Meeting PRETTYBOYFREDO & Making Millions in E-Commerce
Youtuber MALIK Speaks On Meeting PRETTYBOYFREDO & Making Millions in E-Commerce | Divij’s Den | Ep 40. About YouTube personality most famous for being the cameraman for popular YouTuber PrettyBoyFredo. In August 2017, he began posting videos to his own channel, M A L I K, which currently boasts 1.6 million subscribers. He has posted multiple prank and challenge videos to that channel. Before Fame He hails from Orlando, Florida. He was formerly known online by the username Sneekapeekkicks. Trivia His Instagram account, malikk, has amassed 240,000 followers. He does a lot of charity work for the homeless. In February of 2020, he posted a story on his Instagram page of Lil Uzi Vert snowboarding. Prettyboyfredo has is a YouTube content creator. He is best known for his vlogs and gaming videos. As a result, he currently has over 7.35 million subscribers on the platform and his fanbase is constantly growing. He is also a Twitch streamer. Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1427031-prettyboyfredos-biography-age-height-girlfriend-net-worth.html Prettyboyfredo’s birthday is on the 20th of June; he was born in 1993. In 2021, he is turning 28 years old. His star sign is Leo. Early years Villa was adopted at a young age. His biological mother is called Angela, originally from the US, while his biological father was an illegal immigrant from Costa Rica. Prettyboyfredo’s sisters are called Tara and Sylvia. Their dad abandoned his family when Tara was 3 years old, Sylvia was 1 year old and Alfredo was just 3 months. In a video titled 'Growing up without a mom and dad', the YouTuber explains the struggles he went through as a child. He dedicated this story to his daughter who he hoped would someday see the video. Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1427031-prettyboyfredos-biography-age-height-girlfriend-net-worth.html After their father left, no one took care of Alfredo and his siblings, since his mother was a drug addict. They were placed into a group home and were later split up, placed into foster care. From there, he bounced from one home to another before getting adopted. His adoptive parents are called Carol Villa and Ronald Villa. In another video, titled 'Meet the person who changed my life' Fredo introduced his adoptive father to the world and expressed his gratitude to him for giving him a second chance in life. Fredo disclosed that he was still in contact with his siblings who did not opt for adoption. Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1427031-prettyboyfredos-biography-age-height-girlfriend-net-worth.html
43 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
Lance210 Speaks On Badass Grandma & Pioneering YouTube Pranks | Divij’s Den | Ep 39
Lance210 Speaks On Pioneering YouTube Pranks & His Legendary Grandma Divij’s Den | Ep 39 follow Divij: https://www.instagram.com/divijvaswani/ Division Media: http://www.divisionmedia.co Follow Christian & Dominique! https://instagram.com/christianyi_?utm_medium=copy_link https://instagram.com/itsdominiquemary?utm_medium=copy_link Business Inquiries: email@example.com. Lance Joseph Stewart (born: June 20, 1996 (1996-06-20) [age 25]), also known as Lance210 or itsLance210, is an American web comedian, prankster, and vlogger, best known for his Vine pranks. He has two YouTube channels: one where he releases prank videos, and a vlogging channel. Both channels were activated in February 2014. Personal Life Lance Stewart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Bruce and Nina Stewart. He was raised in Franklinville, New Jersey. He currently resides in Woodbury, New Jersey. He has a sister named Sabrina. He features his Grandma Liz, also known as Badass Grandmom in a lot of his videos. He comes from a family of Italian and Irish descent. He graduated from Delsea Regional High School in 2014. In December 2017, he bought a house just next door from his parents house. In June 2018, Lance celebrated his fifth anniversary with his now ex-girlfriend Lizzy Wurst, whom often appeared in his videos. They both shared 2 dogs named Theo and Bella. Lance has gained a large fanbase on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. After a long 5 year relationship, Lance and Lizzy came to an agreement that it would be best to end their relationship with each other. Lance posted on YouTube titled "we broke up" confirming that the two were officially no longer together. In the video, Stewart states the reason for them breaking up is that they were arguing at an unhealthy level very frequently. The two both agreed that Lizzy would take the dogs considering Lance was traveling all the time and Lizzy was the primary caregiver to them. Lance and his now fiance, Julia Summer Sky started dating in December 2019. It wasn't until January 20th 2020 that he would post a video revealing Julia to his fanbase. After 6 months of dating, Lance proposed to Julia in June 2020 and is scheduled to marry her sometime in 2022. Lance has also helped Julia start a YouTube channel named "Juliaxsummer". Controversy Lance Stewart has always had controversy thanks to his clickbait, often appearing on DramaAlert and frequently called the "Clickbait King". Because of this, Lance Stewart was called out by h3h3Productions and MarcusDibbleComedy. Lance never had the chance to respond to the videos. Fruit Ninja Accident In August 2016, Lance injured his hand while playing Real Life Fruit Ninja. Multiple fingers were cut, one of which was almost completely severed. He received 12 stitches and had to undergo surgery. Stewart is an American YouTube star who has made a name for himself by creating pranks, blogs, and reaction videos. He started his journey in Vine and was known as Lance210. He has since grown to have millions of subscribers. The millions of subscriptions have enabled him to earn from advertisements and endorsements. Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1358013-lance-stewart-bio-age-height-sister-net-worth-girlfriend-car.html
24 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
Launching an NFT Project In 2022 By Yourself | Divij’s Den | Ep 38
Launching an NFT Project In 2022 | Divij’s Den | Ep 38 There is so much to do from launching to running an NFT project. Creating parts for artworks, generating 10,000 unique artworks and metadata, creating a smart contract and deploying it to a blockchain network, creating a website, creating a Twitter account, setting up a Discord server, setting up an OpenSea collection. In addition, you need to have MetaMask installed in your browser and have some ETH / MATIC. Did you get tired of doing all this? Don’t worry, once you know what you need to do, all you have to do is do it one by one. To be honest, it’s best to run an NFT project in a team of three or more, including artists, developers, and marketers. However, depending on your motivation, you can do it by yourself. Some people might come later to offer help with your project. The most important thing is to take a step as soon as possible. In this article, I will focus on what I did to launch my NFT project, what I failed, and what you should be aware of in running your NFT project. The content of this article is all based on my experience. If you would like to know more about each section, have questions, or have a discussion, please join our Discord community. It has a #dev channel. Creating Parts for Artworks There are lots of free/paid software for drawing, but after all, I think Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop is the best. The images of Skulls In Love are a composite of 48x48 pixel parts created using Photoshop. The most important thing in creating parts for generative art is to repeatedly test what your artworks will look like after each layer has been combined. The generated artworks should not be too unnatural. How Many Parts Should You Create? Are you wondering how many parts you should create to avoid duplication as much as possible when generating your artworks? My friend Stephane, a developer, has created a great tool to help with that: Generating 10,000 Unique Artworks and Metadata I highly recommend using the HashLips Art Engine to generate your artworks and metadata. Perhaps there is no better artworks generation tool at the moment. GitHub: https://github.com/HashLips/hashlips_art_engine YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzH7Gjadmj0&t=4712s Learn how to use the generator in the YouTube video above. When setting up the generator, pay attention to the layers, as mentioned earlier. See the example below: The medical mask is three-dimensional, but the tears are in front of it. This is actually unnatural. I later realized this failure and regretted it a lot, but in a sense, I positively consider these failed works to be “rare”. Storing Artworks and Metadata Ideally, the generated artworks and metadata should be stored on-chain, but if you want to store them off-chain, you should use IPFS. Do not store in centralized storage. This is because data will be lost if the server goes down or if the company goes down. On the other hand, IPFS is a more secure way to find data because it utilizes a distributed, decentralized system. Storing to IPFS is easy with Pinata, NFT.Storage, and so on. The Skulls In Love uses Pinata. It’s very easy to use, just upload the folder containing your artworks. However, it contains 10,000 images, so there are too many and an error occurs. If this happens, follow the documentation below: Creating and Deploying a Smart Contract You don’t have to create a smart contract from scratch. There are many great NFT projects, many of which publish their contract source code on Etherscan / PolygonScan. You can choose the contract you like and reuse it. Of course, that requires some knowledge of Solidity, but it depends on your efforts. If you don’t know which contract to choose, use the HashLips smart contract. It’s very simple, but it has almost all the functions you need.
21 minutes | Jan 25, 2022
How I Built A Multi-Million Dollar Business By 25 | Divij's Den | Ep 37
How I Built A Multi-Million Dollar Business By 25 | Divij's Den | Ep 37 Follow Divij: https://www.instagram.com/divijvaswani/ Division Media: http://www.divisionmedia.co Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. FIND TRUSTWORTHY PARTNERS Whether it’s a close friend or family member, partner with people you know you can trust as you begin researching how to build a business. Kerpen himself has partnered with both his spouse and one of his good friends of over 30 years. Most of the time, we focus on the character and virtues of those we are legally partnered with. But vetting other people and entities that you are associated with – including your vendors and advisors – is equally critical. You have the freedom to select whom you want to work with, so take the time to do your research. Check references, talk to others who have worked with them and perform background checks if your partnership will involve the handling of private information or large amounts of money. Remember, you eventually become like those you spend the most time with, so make sure you surround yourself with good people when building a business. 2. CREATE A STRATEGY AND FOCUS One of the biggest mistakes young businesses make is over-committing. In their pursuit of building a business, they end up saying yes to almost everything because they’re excited to get the word out about their company, but they often hurt their chances of success by lacking a clear focus and not being selective enough. If you try to be all things to all people, chances are you will fail. Start with making a one-page strategic plan that forces you to focus on creating and doing one thing for one target audience. What do you want to do that will add value to the lives of your customers? Verne Harnish’s one-pager provides an ideal framework to help structure this thought process. As Tony often says, where focus goes, energy flows. With a singular focus, you can harness all of your energy and effort and direct it toward the specific outcome of building a business that succeeds. 3. SAY NO TO WHAT’S OFF FOCUS Saying no to anything that isn’t in your direct line of fire may be difficult to do at first when learning how to build a business, but can actually be one of the smartest decisions you make in the long run – even if it means firing your own customers. Why? Because it frees you up to focus on your target, it allows for more space and bandwidth to grow and it makes you available for the yesses. How does learning to set limits help you excel in building a business? The answer is twofold, hinging on the equation of time management coupled with the emotional toll of over-committing yourself (and your team) in the pursuit of business success. The former needs little explanation; there are only 24 hours in a day, and you and your team can only accomplish so much during the eight or so hours in the workday. If you overload your team, they are forced to multitask. It’s a myth that multitasking is productive – it’s actually overwhelming and leads to mistakes and lower quality work in the long run.
22 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
Influencer Marketing Will Pop In 2022 | Divij’s Den | Ep 36
Influencer Marketing Will Pop In 2022 | Divij’s Den | Ep 36 If you want to know what influencer marketing trends 2022 will bring your way, you've come to the right place. Influencer marketing is already big, and it's only going to get bigger. Every year brings about new social media platforms, new types of content, and new ways brands can engage with their potential customers. The best influencers stay on top of the trends so they can offer brands what they need to shine. With the social media landscape changing so quickly, it's important that influencers leverage the hottest influencer marketing trends quickly to develop their authority and expertise, making themselves more attractive to brands. For their part, brands will want to jump on these influencer marketing trends to expand their audience, generate new leads, and earn more revenue. After years like 2020 and 2021, in which brands found themselves scrambling to update their marketing and advertising campaigns to resonate with an audience suddenly stuck at home, 2022 offers tons of promise. Not only have businesses learned that they could operate virtually, but more and more consumers have turned to the internet to meet their eCommerce needs. And, since several traditional marketing methods were incompatible with the effects of a global pandemic, brands sought out content creators and influencers who are adept at creating reactive content. While the IPA reported a 20% decline across advertising, influencers enjoyed a 46% increase. That's huge. And it's why influencers have seen the spotlight on them grow brighter. So, let's dive into the 2022 influencer marketing trends you can trust to keep business booming throughout the year. 1. A Greater Emphasis on Following Preferred Creators Across Multiple Platforms Although many creators have a favorite social network, they typically operate across multiple platforms. While this isn't new, the difference now is that these creators have "super fans" who interact with them everywhere they appear. This means that successful creators tend to have large audiences interacting seamlessly across their accounts. They aren't just Instagrammers or YouTubers, for example. Instead, they see themselves as specialist creators, showcasing their work to fans across the Web. And often, they will select the best platform for a purpose. 2. Influencers Will Become Critical to Many Affiliate Programs Until recently, most people viewed influencer marketing and affiliate marketing as two different activities. But in reality, they are very much interrelated. Both activities involve an "outsider" promoting and encouraging their supporters to buy somebody's products. Indeed, one of the platforms, Refersion, already recognizes the connection and doubles as an affiliate and influencer platform. As our reviewer of that platform observed, "The line between affiliates and influencers is becoming increasingly blurred as influencer platforms integrate with e-commerce more and more, moving beyond simple 'awareness' campaigns to actually drive sales." 3. Continued Movement from Text and Images to Audio and Video Content Bandwidth has improved worldwide in recent years. 5G is spreading across the globe, and fiber internet is commonplace in many countries. As a result, people are consuming more video and audio content nowadays. Creators on Twitch, YouTube, and even podcasts are becoming more influential.
24 minutes | Jan 14, 2022
My Million Dollar Morning Routine | Divij’s Den | Ep 35
My Million Dollar Morning Routine | Divij’s Den | Ep 35 A solid morning routine has long been the backbone of my self-care practice. As someone who deals with depression and anxiety, it makes a noticeable difference in my mental health (and I definitely feel an even bigger difference when I skip it). You don’t have to take my word for it, though. Therapists will be quick to tell you the mental health benefits of starting your day this way. “A healthy, low-stress, [and] focused morning routine sets the tone for the whole day,” clinical psychologist Ryan Howes, Ph.D., tells SELF. It’s not just about being able to pat yourself on the back for following your routine like a Real Adult. Cementing some morning habits can make it easier to prioritize your mental and physical health throughout the rest of the day too. As soon as you wake up, every decision you make dips into your brain’s willpower reserves. The brain is an incredible organ, but even it has its limits, and there’s a lot of research out there that points toward our willpower being a limited resource. At some point, those reserves run dry, and it becomes a lot harder to turn down instant gratification, which may be why you find yourself skipping a cycling class you normally love after a long shitty day in favor of downing some wine at home. Of course, these willpower-depleting decisions are unavoidable; our lives are full of them. That’s where a good morning routine comes in. When we automate our mornings, we develop habits that soon feel second nature, says Howes, which may wind up cutting out some depleting activities like deciding what to eat or arguing with yourself about hitting the snooze button again. Personally, I’ve found I’m much more likely to make decisions that support my self-care and well-being when I haven’t spent the morning scrambling and stressed. Plus, a lot of activities you can include in your morning routine may be self-care all on their own. So let’s talk about some of the things you might want to add to your morning routine. Everyone’s ideal morning routine will be different, so the suggestions on this list are meant to be starting points, not a step-by-step guide (especially because who would have time for this all???). A morning routine might also involve some creative maneuvering to implement (like waking up a little earlier to fit in some solo time before your kids wake up, or involving them in your routine somehow). Experiment with what works for you, and remember that the key is consistency. 1. Make your bed. Yes, making your bed is technically a chore, but it can also be a deceptively simple and tiny way to make yourself feel good. The reasons are manifold: It goes a long way in making your space (and mind) less cluttered, it encourages good sleep hygiene (who doesn’t want to crawl into a freshly made bed at the end of the day?), and it might also do some surprising psychological work behind the scenes too. 2. Nail a “getting ready” order. Remember that decision fatigue we just talked about? It’s extremely applicable to getting ready in the morning. Most of us have that bucket of things we do every morning to prepare for the day (you know, getting dressed, brushing our teeth, etc.), but you might not have it down to an exact order yet. Maybe sometimes you jump straight from the shower to doing your hair while other days you lounge around in your towel scrolling through the morning news. 3. Put off checking your phone. Every time we check our phones—especially after a long stretch of time away, like when we’re sleeping—we invite a flood of stimulation and bullshit into our brain space. For such a tiny device, your phone holds a lot of potential stressors, like news notifications, your bank-account balance, and texts that demand your attention right now. And for many of us, once we check our phones, we’re pretty much plugged in for the rest of the day. Why not delay that just a little bit?
20 minutes | Jan 9, 2022
What The Fuck Is Web3? My NFT, Crypto, and Influencer Marketing Moves In 2022 | Ep 34
What The Fuck Is Web3? My NFT, Crypto, and Influencer Marketing Moves In 2022 | Ep 34 Do you ever find yourself wondering, “What is Web3?” You’re not alone. The idea is having a moment, whether you’re measuring by VC funding, lobbying blitzes, or incomprehensible corporate announcements. But it can be hard to tell what all the hype is about. To believers, Web3 represents the next phase of the internet and, perhaps, of organizing society. Web 1.0, the story goes, was the era of decentralized, open protocols, in which most online activity involved navigating to individual static webpages. Web 2.0, which we’re living through now, is the era of centralization, in which a huge share of communication and commerce takes place on closed platforms owned by a handful of super-powerful corporations—think Google, Facebook, Amazon—subject to the nominal control of centralized government regulators. Web3 is supposed to break the world free of that monopolistic control. At the most basic level, Web3 refers to a decentralized online ecosystem based on the blockchain. Platforms and apps built on Web3 won’t be owned by a central gatekeeper, but rather by users, who will earn their ownership stake by helping to develop and maintain those services. Gavin Wood coined the term Web3 (originally Web 3.0) in 2014. At the time, he was fresh off of helping develop Ethereum, the cryptocurrency that is second only to Bitcoin in prominence and market size. Today he runs the Web3 Foundation, which supports decentralized technology projects, as well as Parity Technologies, a company focused on building blockchain infrastructure for Web3. Wood, who is based in Switzerland, spoke with me last week over video about where Web 2.0 went wrong, his vision of the future, and why we all need to be less trusting. The following interview is a transcript of our conversation, lightly edited for clarity and length. WIRED: As I understand it, the idea of Web3 at its most basic level is that the current setup, Web 2.0, is no good. So before we talk about what Web3 would entail, how would you describe the problems with the status quo? Gavin Wood: I think the model for Web 2.0 was much the same as the model for society before the internet existed. If you go back 500 years, people basically just stuck to their little villages and townships. And they traded with people that they knew. And they relied on, broadly speaking, the social fabric, to ensure that expectations were credible, were likely to actually happen: These apples are not rotten, or this horseshoe doesn’t break after three weeks. And that works reasonably well, because it’s difficult and very time-consuming and expensive to move between towns. So you have a reasonably high level of credibility that someone is going to stick around and they don't want to be exiled. But as society moved into something larger-scale, and we have cities and countries and international organizations, we moved on to this weird kind of brand reputation thing. We've created these powerful but regulated bodies, and the regulators, in principle, ensure that our expectations are met. There are certain statutory requirements that, to operate in a particular industry, you must fulfill. This is not a great solution, for a few reasons. One of them is, it's very hard to regulate new industries. The government is slow, it takes a while to catch up. Another is that regulators are imperfect. And especially when they work closely with the industry, oftentimes there's a bit of a revolving door relationship between the industry and the regulator. Another is simply a regulatory body has very limited firepower. It's how much money the government puts into it. And so necessarily, regulation is going to be patchy. They will be able to regulate maybe the biggest offenders but they aren’t able to retain a really strong influence all the time everywhere. And of course, the regulators and the laws differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
34 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
Camilla Colbro Speaks On Forehead Surgery and Reality House | Divij’s Den | Ep. 33
Camilla Colbro Speaks On Forehead Surgery and Reality House | Divij’s Den | Ep. 33 About Social media influencer and TikTok content creator who rose to fame by posting a variety of videos on her camillacolbro account. She has more than 470,000 followers on the platform. Before Fame She worked as a professional model prior to finding an audience on TikTok. She still models and keeps an archive of her work on Instagram. Trivia She made a series of viral TikToks about her experiences with plastic surgery. One of said videos was viewed more than 4.5 million times in a month. Family Life She has a brother. She has two children, Dorien and Owen. Associated With She has created music set to royalty-free music composed by Kevin MacLeod. Camilla Coleman Brook, 26, from North Carolina, hid forehead under fringe Underwent forehead reduction surgery after feeling conscious for decade The two-and-a-half hour operation, costing $6,958 moved her hairline, and reduced the size of her forehead by 3cm Four days after going under the knife, she revealed her post-op forehead, explaining that her hairline was shaved and will grow back over the scar Shared information about the procedure on TikTok, where her videos went viral A woman who hid her big forehead underneath a fringe has spent $6,958 (£5,000) on a surgery to reduce it by 3cm. Camilla Coleman Brooks, 26, from North Carolina, spent years with a fringe to disguise her 8.5cm forehead. The average female forehead is around 6cm in the US. The two-and-a-half hour operation moved her hairline, and reduced the size of her forehead by 3cm. An incision was made along the marked area of the forehead and hairline and the surgeon carefully cut out the area marked for removal before joining the top incision with the forehead incision. 'I used to look in the mirror and all I would see was a huge forehead,' explained Camilla. 'When I was younger I would always style my hair and notice how big it looked. 'For the last few years I've hid it under a fringe or a hat. I am so happy with the results now that I've had the surgery. 'I didn't need the procedure to make me happy, but I love how I now look.' Camilla used to hide her forehead underneath hats and fringes and felt incredibly self-conscious about it. 'No one really bullied me for it but it was something I didn't like,' she said. 'Having surgery was something I wanted to do for myself. It wasn't that I didn't like how I looked, I just wanted to be more proportional.'She underwent surgery in February 2021 at Zeeba Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, which involved removing skin from her forehead to decrease it in size. 'My forehead used to be 8.5cm and now it is 5.5cm,' she said. 'It's an amazing difference.' Camilla had to wear a bandage for a few days after the surgery and has a scar and swelling from the incision. The model has received some negative comments from her decision to have surgery but stands by having the operation. 'It's my body,' she said. 'I think people are so shocked by it because it is something they haven't heard of.' She is open with her children Owen, four, and Dorian, seven, and believes that we should be able to do what we want with our bodies.
22 minutes | Dec 17, 2021
Biggest Business Lessons From 2021 | Divij’s Den | Ep 32
Biggest Business Lessons From 2021 | Divij’s Den | Ep 32 I found five key takeaways that apply not only to operating a business under pandemic guidelines but also to moving forward. 1. People Are At The Heart This first takeaway seems so obvious. After all, we rely on people to work in our businesses. We wouldn’t even have a business to operate if we didn’t have people to serve. The more we can position ourselves to care for the people who make up our teams, our vendors, our suppliers and our communities, the more our businesses benefit. When we truly care for people, it shows in everything that we do. Likewise, people want to support those who support them. As a result, making people a priority in your business tends to pay off. One example that I always like to point to is Chick-fil-A. The company treats its employees well and provides them with great benefits. As a result, it seems to attract the best and brightest in its industry. Just as they do for their team members, Chick-fil-A franchisees often go above and beyond for their patrons and the communities they serve. When you combine this culture of caring for people with a consistently great product, the results are apparent. 2. Cash Is King I have often spoken of the importance of keeping cash in reserve. Many business owners keep a personal emergency fund in their savings accounts. Usually, this is about three to six months’ worth of their monthly expenses. However, if we understand the importance of having a financial safety net within our own lives, why do so many of us neglect it in our businesses? Last year is a perfect example of why we need to have cash beyond our normal operating cash flow. Having enough cash on hand to weather any crisis for at least three to six months could determine whether your business makes it. In fact, it could even be the difference between whether it thrives or merely survives. If you don’t have a cash reserve built up for your business, make this a priority. 3. Ensure That You’re Scalable Typically, the organizations that really thrived during 2020 were those that were scalable. I’ve often touted the benefits of scalability, and last year provided us with a prime example of the need for it in our businesses. When businesses are scalable, they can quickly change to meet the level of demand. They have extremely high levels of efficiency and can expand or decrease their output through creative scheduling or by hiring just a few more people. However, a pandemic isn’t the only reason business owners should strive to make their companies scalable. A scalable business typically has greater value to prospective investors and buyers. This is because scalable businesses, from what I’ve seen, are usually not reliant on their owners to coordinate their daily operations, and they have proven systems in place that enable them to be easily duplicated. Ray Kroc recognized the value of scalability and became one of the most successful restaurant franchisers of all time. 4. Technology Is The Future Of Business Whether you love it or hate it, you might as well embrace it. Technology is the future of business. Over the past year, we’ve seen drastic increases in the remote workforce, e-commerce and digital marketing. In fact, with 42% of the U.S. labor force working from home full time, 2020 showed us that the traditional brick-and-mortar office space isn’t as necessary as it once was. U.S. consumers produced the largest online shopping day in history on Cyber Monday 2020, spending an incredible $10.8 billion. With numbers like this, it’s no wonder that many businesses invested more in digital ad spending — particularly social media and paid search — last year. Businesses that embrace technology place themselves in the best position to capitalize on this growing share of the market.
24 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
HOOMAN Speaks On Hitting 10 Million Subscribers And Mental Health | Divij's Den | Ep. 31
HOOMAN Speaks On Hitting 10 Million Subscribers And Mental Health | Divij's Den | Ep. 31 Use code DEN at https://keepmellow.com for 20% off your order! Follow Divij: https://www.instagram.com/divijvaswani/ Follow Hooman: https://www.instagram.com/hoomannouri/ Hooman Nouri(HoomanTV) Biography YouTube channel creator HoomanTV who found more than 10.5 Hooman Nouri is one of the most popular social influencers in the internet world. Hooman Nouri is one of the most popular social influencers in the internet world. He is a YouTuber who is famous for doing prank videos on his channel, where he has millions of views. Hooman TV Biography He started his YouTube Journey in 2014. His first video was “Public Prank-Sexy Salt Shaker”. Many of his social experiment series, especially the shampoo prank went viral and got Million of views. Before becoming a YouTube, he used to work as production assistant at a show named L.A Girls and he also played a minor role there. Hooman was featured on the cover page of ‘Now’ Hip Hop Magazine in October 2014. After that he started his own YouTube channel where he uploaded videos related to pranks. Some of his videos especially Gold Digger & Shampoo Prank went viral and got millions of views. Shampoo Pranks: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz... Gold Digger Pranks: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz... Bathroom Pranks: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz... Latest Pranks: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz... ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Instagram 😍 https://instagram.com/hoomannouri Facebook 😍 https://facebook.com/HoomanTV Twitter 😍 https://twitter.com/HoomanNouri SnapChat 😍 https://snapchat.com/add/Hooman_Nouri ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SHAMPOO PRANK PART 7 : https://youtu.be/oVm7FkQI4BM SHAMPOO PRANK PART 8 : https://youtu.be/ldoec-KBtWo SHAMPOO PRANK PART 9 : https://youtu.be/KQEX5FKpevE SHAMPOO PRANK PART 10 : https://youtu.be/Yd4N4iYRa3s SHAMPOO PRANK PART 11 : https://youtu.be/knIEh2Nts9k SHAMPOO PRANK PART 12 : https://youtu.be/wVKI2yEIVvM SHAMPOO PRANK PART 13 : https://youtu.be/4miVs3XoOkQ SHAMPOO PRANK PART 14 : https://youtu.be/WUuxOgOjNw0 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 45 : https://youtu.be/ciQmbyerbwQ GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 44 : https://youtu.be/Q8aVpncvkpA GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 43 : https://youtu.be/6H5uS_Qlr2M GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 42 : https://youtu.be/2wK6DKipH_I GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 41 : https://youtu.be/fQoHCFw4XGU GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 40 : https://youtu.be/tmY05xIfu7U GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 39 : https://youtu.be/cgmGCkXIs2U GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 38 : https://youtu.be/hoMCdFBwH2U GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 37 : https://youtu.be/Wu53YUfnowM GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 36 : https://youtu.be/ZcYM4VxWqw0 GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 35 : https://youtu.be/AkhyZ_u29Es GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 34 : https://youtu.be/LZpDK_mRRyg GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 33 : https://youtu.be/84_FSNexXC8 GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 32 : https://youtu.be/Z3v6-BrOpuI GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 31 : https://youtu.be/4ko2JxuQgts GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 30 : https://youtu.be/PBLAiQ7EyAY GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 29 : https://youtu.be/ON2lMHCOymQ GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 28 : https://youtu.be/PEBnuJoTs9M GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 27 : https://youtu.be/kZ1u3dJSMFA GOLD DIGGER PRANK PART 26 : https://youtu.be/SmWbgLmmvyY ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ PICKING UP UBER RIDERS IN A LAMBORGHINI HURACAN PRANK! : https://youtube.com/watch?v=zcvQ3ys2x8c PICKING UP UBER RIDERS IN A LAMBORGHINI HURACAN PRANK 2! : https://youtu.be/KDglY7QqyKM PICKING UP UBER RIDERS IN A LAMBORGHINI HURACAN PRANK 3! : https://youtube.com/watch?v=sZY86xr4uT4& PICKING UP UBER RIDERS IN A LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR PRANK! : https://youtube.com/watch?v=U3LZC5aYbuE& PICKING UP BUS RIDERS IN A LAMBORGHINI HURACAN PRANK! : https://youtube.com/watch?v=RHirxPVXVME& PICKING UP UBER RIDERS IN A ROLLS ROYCE PRANK : https://youtube.com/watch?v=QqVbLy59mIs
34 minutes | Nov 15, 2021
TIKTOK STAR ELLIOTT NORRIS SPEAKS ON DAVE CHAPPELLE | Divij’s Den | Ep 30
TIKTOK STAR ELLIOTT NORRIS SPEAKS ON DAVE CHAPPELLE | Divij’s Den | Ep 30 Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special may have attracted a barrage of criticism from the LGBTQ community, but there is another group that he has offended that no one mentions: The long list of iconic Black comics who affirmed gender nonconforming people or were members of the LGBTQ community themselves. Richard Pryor was bisexual and raised money for a gay rights organization. Moms Mabley,' who was the first Black female standup comic to go mainstream, was a lesbian. Cross-dressing Black men have created some of the enduring comic characters in Black comic history, from comedian's Flip Wilson's sassy "The Devil Made Me Do it" character of "Geraldine" to Tyler Perry's "Madea." Black comics have indeed peddled their fair share of harmful stereotypes about LGBTQ people. Eddie Murphy, for example, unleashed a blistering series of homophobic slurs in his early standup routines -- performances for which he's since apologized. But the stage has been one of those few places in the Black community where LGBTQ members had some measure of freedom to be themselves -- or to escape the cruelty they faced in the outside world. Chappelle has taken some of that space away. "There's a long tradition of trans and non-gender conforming performers in our history, from the Harlem Renaissance throughout our performing history,'' says Marlon M. Bailey, author of "Butch Queens Up in Pumps: Gender, Performance, and Ballroom Culture in Detroit." This is what gets lost in the controversy over Chappelle's comments in his latest standup film, "The Closer." Much of the attention has focused on the content of his jokes. Chappelle joked about trans women's genitalia and told a story about beating up a lesbian woman. And then there's the fallout. Netflix employees and supporters demonstrated Wednesday to protest the streaming company's reaction to complaints. GLAAD, the LGBTQ media advocacy organization, also condemned Chappelle's comments in "The Closer." It's easy, though, to forget with all the focus on Chappelle that there were Black comedians who took big risks to affirm LGBTQ people, and to be honest about their own sexuality. There is a generation of moviegoers who only know him through the insipid Hollywood movies he starred in like "The Toy." But Pryor was a different performer on the comic standup stage: fearless, unpredictable, profane. And honest about his bisexuality. In 1977, Pryor headlined a gay rights fundraiser where he talked on stage about enjoying sex with a man. Pryor's bisexuality was well-known among his friends, though some who were close to him still deny that he was gay. Moms Mabley, another Black comic great, was so open about her sexual identity that she was known as "Mr. Moms" off the stage, some say. Other Black performers like entertainer and actress, Josephine Baker, who was dubbed a "radical bisexual performer and activist, and Ma Rainey, the blues singer dubbed the "Mother of the Blues," upended gender tropes. Rainey sang openly about lesbian relationships and cross-dressing in the early 20th century when homosexuality was seen as a form of mental illness. In her 1928 song, "Prove it on Me Blues," she sang: "I went out last night with a crowd of my friends, It must've been women, 'cause I don't like no men. Wear my clothes just like a fan, Talk to the gals just like any old man." From Geraldine' to RuPaul Chappelle may have problems with trans women, but Black audiences have traditionally embraced Black male comics who create gender bending characters in dresses. And so do many contemporary Black male comics. It's almost a rite of passage for a Black male comic to create a female persona or stage character. The entertainer and author Tyler Perry built his entertainment empire on the ample bosom of "Madea," the down-home, wise-cracking Black matriarch. RuPaul has a huge following.
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