Kanye West Bag of Air, Bidders Offer $11K selling online from Donda Event In Atlanta Bshani Radio News
Kanye West held a listening event for his highly-anticipated album DONDA at Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta — and a bag of air from the party is going for nearly $11,000 online.
On eBay, a search for a bag of air from West’s DONDA drop at the stadium yields several pages of results.
The lowest-priced bags of air showed starting bids at $0.99 on the zip-locked bag — one of which has escalated to $8,500 in price — and the highest bag of air shows a bid of $10,000 as of Monday afternoon (July 26).
Bids for the bags of pair fall anywhere in between. Some sellers might expect dozens of dollars while others are pricing their bags at thousands of dollars, eBay results show.
A Kanye West fan account pointed out in a tweet that “history repeats itself,” showing one screenshot of a bag of air from West’s DONDA event with a starting bid of $3,333.33 (plus $4 shipping). A second screenshot shows a bag of air from West’s “Yeezus” tour, marked with a $60,100 bid.
West held “Kanye West Presents A Donda Listening Event” at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on July 22. He apparently never left — the rapper is reportedly still living in the stadium to finish the album. The album is slated to release on August 6.
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Nyakim Gatwech, a 24-year old model affectionally known as Queen of the Dark, is turning heads everywhere with her fierce determination and her beautiful flawless dark skin tone. She is out to prove to everyone that she is very confident with her skin color, and inspires others to be the same way.
Gatwech, a South Sudanese born in Ethiopia, had to move to different places with her family as refugees due to war. Her family eventually immigrated to the United States, living in Buffalo, New York, where she had difficulties adjusting to the culture.
"I was fine with my self-esteem and I started being torn down by society, and I started looking at myself," she told in an interview with CBS News. "Do I blend in with what the society considered to be beautiful?"
She then moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she attended St. Cloud Tech High School and State University. That's where she found more acceptance and even started her modeling career. Still, there are times when the photographer would try to boost her complexion and make it lighter, but she insisted that she want to stay true to her natural look.
She said that there was even one time that she encountered an Uber driver who asked her to bleach her skin and would even pay her to do so. But she only replied with a smile and said, "It's funny that I still get that question today, people need to accept that we're different."
Now, Gatwech uses her experiences to be an inspiration to young girls all over the world. She has since been receiving a lot of support and currently has more than 850,000 followers on Instagram.
"She is black girl excellent, she is me and I am her. My beautiful niece is the reason I do what I do so she doesn't look at herself in the mirror and see anything else but beauty, In a world that tries everyday to tell us we're not the beauty stander, I remind her and all the little black girls out there that they are drop dead gorgeous, intelligent, brave outstanding and much more."
According to Celebrity How, her net worth is $4 million from endorsements and brand ambassador deals with major companies like Fashion Nova.
Follow Nyakim Gatwech on Instagram @queennyakimofficial
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Gabby Goodwin, a 14-year old girl from Columbia, South Carolina who is the CEO of and founder of GaBBY Bows, is extremely grateful after receiving an investment worth $200,000, of which $50,000 is from broadcast journalist Gayle King.
During her interview in an episode on the new podcast One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis, Gabby talked avidly about the business she founded when she was just 5-years old.She said she got the idea out of frustration from always losing her hair barrettes that keep falling out of her hair. She then started creating the patented double-faced double-snap barrette until she also developed a range of natural hair care products that are sold online and in 74 Target locations across the country.
Gabby was surprised when Lemonis said that he would gift her a $150,000 investment for her business. She touch even more when Gayle King, who had joined them during the show, also expressed her admiration for the young CEO and said that she would also gift her with a $50,000 investment.
"These investments mean so much to me. As a Black-owned business, it has been hard raising capital. To also be in partnership with both Marcus Lemonis and Gayle King is a blessing," Gabby said, according to Black Enterprise. "Their investments will help me develop and purchase products and grow my team to better serve our Confidence families."
For more information about GaBBY Bows and/or to order online, visit GabbyBows.com
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Meet the HBCU Grad Who Just Bought the TV Station Where She Once Worked as an Intern - Bshani Radio App
Meet April Ross, an HBCU graduate of Alabama State University who is now the owner of WJCN TV-33, a local television station based in LaGrange, Georgia. As an entrepreneur, she is especially proud of her success because she used to work at the same station as an intern!
April was a student majoring in communications when she began interning at WJCN. After graduating in 2001, she began working as a production assistant and later as a reporter.In 2017, she was working as a reporter with CBS affiliate WRBL News-3 when she encountered an incident wherein a deputy sheriff was shot. When she realized there were no reporters to cover the story, she did an exclusive live report in the area on social media.
"My news reporter instincts took over and in the absence of any TV news outlets here to report on it, I covered it on Facebook Live, which helped my social media presence to grow in excess of 15,000 followers. This was the catalyst for Bee-TV and ultimately contributed to my purchase of WJCN TV-33," April said, according to ASU News.
That's when she thought of pursuing a business venture and started planning to deliver breaking news stories on her own television station instead of on social media. In May 2021, she purchased WJCN, which broadcasts 24/7 on Spectrum Cable to more than 600,000 households in 11 counties in both West Georgia and East Alabama.
April says that she credits God for everything she has achieved in life. She also says that she is very thankful for Alabama State University which has greatly contributed to who she is now. She also doesn't forget CBS-3's main anchor Teresa Whitaker, who was her mentor and always saw the "star quality" in her.
She comments, "My advice to present students is that you must first work hard, learn well and work through the hard times if you wish to obtain your dreams."
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Dr. Dre's ex-wife Nicole Young could receive over $3.5 million a year in spousal support.
A judge recently ordered the music mogul to pay his ex-wife nearly $300,000 until they reach a divorce settlement.
“[Dre] is ordered to pay to the [Nicole] spousal support in the sum of $293,306.00 per month, payable on the first of each month, commencing August 1, 2021,” the court document, which was obtained by the outlet, states.
In total, Dre will be paying Nicole a whopping $3,519,672 a year in spousal support, not including other expenses like health insurance.
As stated in the court filing, Nicole will continue to receive the support payment “until the party receiving support remarries or enters into a new domestic partnership, death of either party.”
In addition to Dre paying Nicole nearly $300,000 a month and covering her health insurance, he will also “continue paying the expenses for the Malibu, and Pacific Palisades homes.”
As noted by The Blast, Dre and Nicole are currently negotiating an overall settlement of their divorce, so his $300,000 a month payments are technically temporary.
Nicole filed for divorce from Dre in June 2020. The former couple, who share two children, had been married for 24 years.
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MIT Alumna hosts Growth Marketing Conference to assist Founders and CEOs Reach More Clients and Investors - Bshani Radio News
Not to be missed Growth Marketing Conference features experts with a proven track record of driving billions of dollars of revenue collectively.
LONG BEACH, Calif. - July 20, 2021 - PRLog -- Zhe Scott, MIT Alumna, CEO, and Founder of The SEO Queen, will host the first Reach More Clients Power Conference via zoom on July 29, 30, and 31, 2021. This conference features a bevy of experts to help businesses grow with SEO, organic and paid social media marketing, intellectual property protection, financial planning, operations management, contract acquisition, customer experience managements, mindset, and sales. This conference is being hosted in partnership with the South Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Los Angeles Urban League; Guillermo A Saade, Edward Jones Financial Advisor; Connected Women of Influence, The Leadhershift Movement, Courageous Woman Magazine and other sponsors.
The workshops for this three-day event include actionable strategies for effective SEO, blogging, brand messaging, content marketing, public relations and effective storytelling, sales strategies, strategic partnerships, and much more.
This conference will include CEO of The SEO Queen: Zhe Scott along with keynote speakers: Rachel Kennedy, CEO of the Kennedy Curate; Paul Andre, host of the SEO Video Show; Marquel Russell, "King of Client Attraction"; Calvin Martyr, Founder of I AM WE GLOBAL; Ira Domnitz, principal attorney of patent-lawyers.com; Xkizin Wright, The Entrepreneur Therapist; Rev Brig Feltus, Founder and CEO of the ReMember Institute; Michelle Bergquist, CEO of Connected Women of Influence; Deborah Thorne, the Information Diva; Dr. Deena Brown, Ted Talk, Speaker and Founder of the LeadHerShift Movement; Andrea Patrick, Personal Branding Expert; Video Marketing expert, Kori Raishon; Anika Jackson, CEO of Anika PR; Gabriel Rich, host of the Rich Report; Dr. John Aden, CEO and founder of VALeverage.com; Certification Expert, Dori Bailey; and Anthony Williams, contract acquisition expert.
Jameeca Marshall, Director of Programs for the Los Angeles Urban League says, "The Urban League is proud to support another opportunity to network and to learn strategies to grow your business via search
engines, contracts and more during the age of social distancing. We are strongly encouraging our clients and Black-owned businesses to attend. This conference will provide information and tools that small business owners cannot afford to miss." Guillermo A Saade says that he is "excited to share strategies to help business owners achieve their long term financial goals"
The SEO Queen is happy to support another opportunity for businesses growth in these changing economic and financial times. You do not want to miss this growth marketing conference and this opportunity to network and to learn strategies to grow your business via search engines, contracts and more during the age of social distancing. You can purchase tickets right now by going to seoqueen.com/conference. General Admission and VIP Experience tickets are available. Two one on one coaching sessions are available with each VIP experience ticket. You get an hour with MIT Alumna and CEO Zhe Scott, and one with another expert of your choice.
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Fast-growing social networking app, TikTok, is admitting to taking certain measures to ensure content from particular users is not viewable by a wide audience. However, the company insists it’s being done with genuine intent.
According to a report by German site Netzpolitik, TikTok considers queer people, fat people, and those with disabilities to be at risk of cyberbullying and in an effort to protect them from potential harassment, the platform enlists moderators to flag their videos and limit the number of viewers they can reach. TikTok lists examples of disabilities as autism, Downs syndrome, facial disfigurement, facial problems such as birthmarks or slight squints, etc.
TikTok also uses hashtags to determine whether a user is at “risk.” Hashtags such as #foryou, #fyp, #disability, #fatwoman, or users with “Autist” or rainbow flags and other LGBT identifiers in their bio have also been moderated.
When moderators use these tactics, they limit the users’ ability to have their videos seen by others passed a certain number of views, or sometimes outside of their geographical area. Some users were restricted after 6,000 to 10,000 views. Some users’ videos are only viewable within their home country.
“This approach was never intended to be a long-term solution and although we had a good intention, we realized that it was not the right approach,” a spokesperson for TikTok told Netzpolitik.
What are your thoughts? Is censorship the best way to handle cyberbullying?
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