Daughter Of Michael Jackson Paris Under Fire For Portraying Jesus As Lesbian In Upcoming Film “Habit”

The daughter of Michael Jackson, Paris has come under heavy criticism for starring in an upcoming film in which she portrays Jesus as a lesbian.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the film follows “a street smart, party girl with a Jesus fetish [who] gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out; by masquerading as a nun.”

Michael Jackson’s Ex-Bodyguard Speaks On Secret Child Room Rumour

Matt Fiddes, who was charged with looking after the late King of Pop Michael Jackson,  before his death in 2009, has spoken out after the child molestation allegations brought against the singer.

Michael has been hit by a string of child abuse claims that were at the centre of documentary Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me.

FMBN begins zero equity for housing loan subscribers

The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), has commenced the implementation of the new approved conditions for accessing loans from the National Housing Fund (NHF).

This includes zero equity contribution for the provision of housing loans of up to N5million and 10 per cent contribution for housing loans ranging from N5million to N15million by contributors to the NHF.

Breaking : Kanye West to run for US President in 2020 elections, gets Elon Musk’s support – Details

It was not immediately clear if the famous rapper was serious about vying for the Presidency or if he had filed any official paperwork to appear on state election ballots.

Washington: American rapper Kanye West, a vocal supporter of United States President Donald Trump, announced on social media that he would run for the US President, elections for which is due to 2020. It was not immediately clear if the famous rapper was serious about vying for the Presidency or if he had filed any official paperwork to appear on state election ballots.

‘Lionel Messi May be Tempted by Man City Offer’ – Details

Brazil legend Rivaldo believes that Barcelona star Lionel Messi could be tempted to make a sensational switch to Manchester City before he finishes his career.Messi is reportedly considering his future after ‘breaking off contract talks’ with the Spanish giants, according to the radio station Cadena Ser.

Biden Campaign Raised $10M more than Trump in June

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign and joint committees outraised President Trump by $10 million in the month of June, Biden’s campaign announced Wednesday.The campaign, in combination with the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and their joint fundraising committees, raised a total of $141 million in June, according to the Biden campaign, an all-time single-month high. The campaign listed educators as the most common donor occupation, saying that more than 2.6 million people had joined the campaign’s email list in the past month.

Vietnam Opens World’s ‘First’ Gold-plated Hotel

The world’s first self-proclaimed gold-plated hotel is open for business in Vietnam — and the owners insist they have the Midas touch despite the cramping of global travel during the coronavirus pandemic.The “Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake” hotel costs $200 million to construct with a 24-carat plating across lobbies, an infinity pool and rooms with even cutlery, cups, shower heads and toilet seats receiving the golden treatment. Coffee for the guests comes in a gold cup and bath time is taken in gilded splendour.

Kanu Nwankwo praises wife as they celebrate their 17th wedding anniversary

Former Super Eagles captain and retired Nigerian international footballer, Kanu Nwankwo and his beautiful wife Amara are marking their 17 years of marriage today.

Taking to his instagram page to celebrate the special day, he reassured her of his undying love for her.

Nurses are pushing to remove Mark Zuckerberg’s name from hospital he donated $75 million to

A city supervisor and nurses are pushing to remove Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg‘s name from San Francisco General hospital.

The hospital has been named after Zuckerberg and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan since they donated $75million to the hospital’s foundation in 2015.

Canadian Banks join Campaign to Boycott of Facebook

Canada’s biggest lenders confirmed on Friday they had joined a widespread boycott of Facebook Inc. begun by U.S. civil rights groups.The groups are seeking to pressure the world’s largest social media platform to take concrete steps to block hate speech.