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Pusha T Shuts Down The Competition With New Music App

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All the self-proclaimed music connoisseurs can now put their money where their mouth is.

Just fresh out of a bloody rap beef with Drake, Pusha T is stepping out of one arena to enter into a new one–tech. According to the rapper and president of G.O.O.D. Music himself, it’s time that people find out just how much their musical opinions amount up to. Heir is the name of Pusha T’s app, and it allows for users to vote on whether a song is hotor not.

Pusha T joined forces with Summer Watson, an entrepreneur in the tech world, who already has some credible experience in the industry from her work with TuneIn and Playdom. Together they say, “we believe that when everyone eats, everyone wins,” as stated on the app.

Basically, emerging music artist and music enthusiast have the opportunity to not only make new connections and collaborations with each other, but are also given the opportunity to make some coin off their participation on the app. For every vote (hot or not) that reflects the opinion of the app’s majority of users, you’ll receive digital currency called Crown which you can eventually cash out, or other exclusive perks that you can later redeem. But be forewarned, if a user casts a vote that doesn’t align with the majority’s opinion, they’ll lose some of their Crown. This isn’t only a good look for artist trying to gain fame, but it changes the playing field for others as well. Now instead of futile debates over Twitter that lead down the yellow brick road to nowhere, Heir will allow for users to see who really has the biggest set of musically adept ears by just how much Crown a user can rack up.

To get started, Heir is already taking sign-ups for early access. Sign-up here!

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Beyonce Buys the Remaining Stake in Ivy Park from Affiliate

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Beyonce Knowles doesn’t want any connection to Philip Green. Last month, Green was accused of sexually and racially harassing members of his staff. Green serves as the chairman for Arcadia, a parent company of Topshop, where Beyonce’s Ivy Park is sold.

Just recently, Knowles’ Parkwood Entertainment company and Arcadia Group Ltd each owned 50% of Ivy Park. However, since the allegations, Beyonce has been pressured to put an end to their connections. In a statement released by Parkwood, they said, “After discussions of almost a year, Parkwood has acquired 100% of the Ivy Park brand. Topshop – Arcadia will fulfil the existing orders.”

Ivy Park is an athleisure brand, dedicated to women and athleticism. Bey started the company two years ago, alongside Philip Green.

Green has denied all allegations.

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Tamara Mowry’s Late Niece Alaina Housley Laid To Rest

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Tamara Mowry had to face the sad responsibility of laying her late niece Alaina Housley down to rest today.

Tamera Mowry and husband Adam Housley went to the funeral of their late niece, Alaina, who was one of the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting last week.

“Today we lay you to rest sweet angel,” Tamara Mowry captioned an inspirational message on IG. “I’ll miss you forever and your sweet smile. Until we meet again. This quote was sent to me by my friend David. When I am having a challenging day, I cling to it.”

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The quote read: “Grief never ends… but changes. It’s a passage. Not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith… It is the price of love.”

Alaina was 1 of 12 shooting victims at the Borderline Bar and Grill Shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., earlier this year in November. The gunman was a former Marine Corps veteran.

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Thanksgiving Might Have to Go On Hold Due to Salmonella Outbreak

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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service has recalled turkey products, linked to a salmonella outbreak.

Yikes!

There have been 91,388 pounds of ground turkey products recalled. Test results, showing positive results for the outbreak strain were found in the Jennie-O brand. There have been at least 164 reported cases of people getting sick from 35 states. Only one death has been reported.

The first initial alert came in November 2017, but it’s was unclear of where the outbreak started. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends people take precaution. Suggested methods of precaution are as follows: wash hands before and after handling raw turkey, cook products thoroughly, and thaw turkey in the refrigerator. According to statistics, there are 1.2 million cases of salmonella related sickness in the US each year.

The test results came from a sample dating back to September 11, 2018. Members of the USDA, say products have already been shipped nationwide. Lab tests indicate the infection can be found in live turkeys and pet food.

 

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