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As health experts breathe a side of relief due to the decrease in reported COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the United States, they worry that the latest mainstream event, Super Bowl LV, could negatively affect the country’s progress if people fail to avoid large gatherings.

“When people get together in private residences in close proximity, that is one of the single most effective ways to spread this disease,” Kentucky Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack said.

 “We can’t afford to have the disease spread now, with these mutations and these variants.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo added, “while the instinct may be to celebrate together, we cannot get cocky.”

“We must continue doing the things we know are effective at taming the virus: wear a mask, adhere to social distancing, and avoid gatherings,” he continued. “We can beat this thing, but we must stay smart.”

This latest warning to the American people is critical, as a new study has found a highly contagious B.1.1.7 strain. It was first reported in the United Kingdom and has since spread over into the United States. 

Researchers note that although the strain accounts for a low number of known U.S. cases, it’s “doubling about every 10 days.”

If there is no “decisive and immediate public health action,” researchers advised, “more transmissible variants “will likely have devastating consequences to COVID-19 mortality and morbidity in the U.S. in a few months.”




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Not So Blind Item | Sandra Rose

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“If you asked me a year ago if this A-list actress was going to transition from a woman to a man, I would have said yes, without question. She and her team has made a plan and she had scheduled surgery and was starting to take medicine. They had made plans for cover stories for weekly and monthly magazines and were talking to networks about first interviews. Then boom, the pandemic came. All of that planning came to a halt. The actress started thinking about and if she wanted to go through it and what would happen to her career. Would she get any work? Everyone knows who she is, so even when her movies bomb, and they do, she gets a lot of work. High paying work. Then, when she heard the news of the other actress, she said no. She said she wasn’t going to do it any longer. She is not a big fan of publicity, and realized it would just bring a ton down on her.” Source

 

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Homeowner, 64, files lawsuit against rapper DaBaby after he was assaulted at rental home

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Rapper DaBaby is in legal trouble again. A 64-year-old homeowner filed a lawsuit against the troubled rapper after he was beaten and had a tooth knocked out during a music video shoot at his rental home.

An associate of Dababy is accused of beating up 64-year-old homeowner Gary Pagar after he showed up at his rental property to stop the rapper’s music video shoot on December 2nd.

Pagar agreed to rent his mansion to DaBaby for “a private vacation,” but he accused the rapper of violating the terms of the rental agreement by having more than 40 people at the mansion and using the property to shoot a music video with a full commercial film crew.

Pagar was monitoring his rental home via surveillance cameras when he spotted the rapper filming a music video on his property.

According to BACKGRID, the lawsuit claims that DaBaby and his associates “beat, punched, spat on, threatened, shoved, and robbed Mr Pagar” at his LA home on December 2, 2020.

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Among the guests at the house was YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul. Video of the confrontation shows one of Dababy’s associates identified as DOE 1 throwing Pagar to the ground without warning as he walked up his driveway and punching him.

Jake Paul, who is believed to have been participating in the video, can be seen observing the fracas in a red convertible Ferrari a few feet away.

DaBaby, who was a passenger in the Ferrari, is seen standing outside the car while watching the beatdown.

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DaBaby and his artist, Stunna 4 Vegas, eventually pulled the thug off of Pagar, but only so they could continue to “taunt, threaten and punch Pagar” himself, according to court documents.

DaBaby is accused of stealing Pagar’s cellphone by force, chasing him into the house and threatening him to not call the police and punching him.

Pagar lost a tooth as a result of the attack. When the group was told that police were on their way, they “fled the scene leaving behind a damaged house and stealing valuable kitchenware as they left.”

According to the documents, the rental was agreed at a total fee of $43,706. Pagar is suing for $117,910.48 to include damages to the property, excessive trash, broken foyer sculpture, stolen iPhone and various damages to upholstery and floor.

No charges have been filed.

Below are clips from the music video filmed inside the rental home.
 




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Major Janet Jackson Documentary Planned for 2022

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Janet Jackson fans never get tired of watching documentaries devoted to their idol.

A major documentary is planned to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Jackson’s debut album.

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Jackson is the latest pop superstar to get the documentary treatment – Lifetime and A&E bosses in the U.S. will simulcast a new four-hour film, tentatively titled Janet, across two nights in 2022.

The documentary will chronicle her “musical success as well as her tumultuous private life”, according to a press release obtained by WENN.com.

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The reclusive superstar will discuss her controversial 2004 Super Bowl appearance with Justin Timberlake, when she flashed a breast, and the death of her pop icon brother, Michael Jackson.

Deadline sources claim bosses at British production company Workerbee have been filming Jackson for over three years and have been granted exclusive access to archival footage, which will appear in the film.

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