Cool promo photos from Kendall.
Now I know why kanye was pissed off!!! Oops, ma bad..
She’s heading straight to the top!!!
The newly engage lady as usual shows the world how endowed she really is.
What’s up these days with cougers or they prefer calling themselves milfs. Heard lots of stories about this act, mostly with teachers and students. Now this!!! Just a crazy way of expressing your sexuality or will I say pleasure.
According to MPN, a married foster mum has been accused of raping a boy in her care more than 500 times. Joelle Barozzini, 46, reportedly passed herself off in public as his girlfriend, claiming she had a disease which caused premature ageing.
The brunette is said to have started the abuse at a party in Greensburg, Pennsylvania when he was just 16.
They had sex with the bedroom door open while Barozzini’s husband was asleep on a sofa, he said.
“I was just really scared that somebody was going to see. I was kind of frightened. I really didn’t know what to do.”
He said he and Barozzini had sex “hundreds of times” in several rooms of her five bedroom home and in hotels when she took him away for weekends.
“I was honestly too nervous to say no,” he testified. “Every single time, just about, would be against my will.”
Barozzini reportedly texted him nude selfies, gave him alcohol and said things such as: “We’re boyfriend and girlfriend.” He added:
“There was times when it was not happening at all and she wanted to go back to play the mother role, as she would call it. “And there was times it was daily or every other day.”
The alleged victim, now 24, said he tried to tell a relative and a pal about the abuse but they did not believe him.
He added “there were sweet moments,” and Barozzini was upset when he moved out in 2013. Prosecutor Jim Lazar accused Barozzini of using “psychological coercion” to keep the teen from telling anyone about the sex.
District Judge James Albert ordered Barozzini to stand trial on on a string of charges including rape, sexual assault and corruption of minors, reports says Tribune-Review . She is out on $50,000 bond.
A teenage cheerleader has been charged with killing her newborn baby after the infant’s remains were found buried in her back yard.
Source : MPN
The star looking all ritzy and spruce brings out the best in Africa. A superstar and mum of four. Some peeps wonder how she did it, well grab a copy of Glam Africa and get the scoop.
The video, which was shot in the United States and directed by Megaboi.
Meek dropped his “Wins & Losses” album Friday, and on the track “1942 Flows,” he makes Nicki out to be an emotional ex who would do anything to have him back: “Cut her off, act like she’s dead and it’s killing her.”
There’s also a line where Meek warns bloggers not to ask him about his relationship with her.
Nicki and Meek dated for almost 2 years, but ended things around December — and it wasn’t pretty since there were cheating allegations .
The video which was posted by @chinnys blog showed Davido and his friends hitting Tokunbo on his face and shouting at him.
The video was posted with the caption, “Watch Moments #Davido and his Crew Teamed up, to beat up Tonto’s Ex brother-in-law, Tokunbo #Gwingz in London for lying to Davido that he is hooking him up with a mixed race girl called Suniat not knowing his real intentions were to steal from them.”
No other details was attached to the news….
The time of this incidence is not known, but we would deftly update you if news breaks about it.
Olivia Munn looked stunning as she arrived at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday to promote The LEGO Ninjago Movie.
The actress, 37, showed off her long legs in a tiny orange mini skirt with a silver zipper down the front.
One word body confident.
She is one of the most well-known plus-size models in the world. The American beauty, 29, looked smoking hot for the snap which saw her saucily cover her modesty as she perched herself on her chair while flashing the camera a seductive glance.
Photograph by Patrick Demarchelier.
This just came in from CBS news about an earthquake in Greece.
By Natalie GallÃ³n, Gul Tuysuz and Lauren Said-Moorhouse
GREECE (CNN) — A 6.7 magnitude earthquake rocked the Greek Island of Kos in the early hours of Friday, killing at least two people and injuring scores more, officials say.
Mayor George Kyritsis told CNN Greece that at least two people — a Swedish and a Turkish national — have died.
The quake’s epicenter was just 16.2 kilometers (10.1 miles) east-northeast of Kos, in the sea between Greece and Turkey, the US Geological Survey said.
At least five people on Kos were seriously injured after the quake hit, South Aegean region governor George Hadjimarkos told Greek TV channel Skai.
Hadjimarkos added that the two fatalities occurred when the roof collapsed at a bar in a 1920s building in the old part of Kos. That area of town is known for its bars and is popular with tourists.
Around 200,000 tourists were on the island at the time of the quake, according to Konstantina Svinou, President of the Hoteliers Association of Kos.
Svinou told local broadcaster ERT that ferries are currently unable to dock at the port of Kos due to damage sustained in the earthquake and that local authorities are working to restore services.
English holidaymaker Mary Marioni, 73, had been staying on the island for the last two weeks with her husband when the quake hit.
“The hotel is still standing but we can’t get to our rooms as many were badly damaged, so we are still around the pool. We slept on sunbeds from 1.45 a.m. under the stars,” Marioni told CNN.
“Everyone is still very shattered. We were rocked in our beds twice, then we all went outside. We have been experiencing small tremors all the time since the two big ones but it’s nothing in comparison.”
The USGS estimated that approximately 200,000 people in Greece and Turkey felt strong to very strong shaking from the earthquake. Video from Kos shows rubble in the streets and shops trashed.
Photos and video from the area show that a number of the island’s historic buildings have suffered extensive damage.
An eyewitness, identified only as Eva, said she saw a mosque that had been razed by the quake. She added that there were “many” people injured who were covered in blood.
“The table started to shake,” at 1.31 a.m., she told CNN affiliate CNN Greece, adding that the situation was “chaos.”
“Never before had I experienced something like that,” she said. “I was in Athens during the 1999 earthquake but it was not like this one. The sea began to rise and everybody started to run toward higher ground.”
She said people in the streets were running in panic. “What else they could do? They were falling over each other.”
Seaside resort struck
The epicenter was also close to the Turkish port city of Bodrum, a seaside resort popular with tourists and Turks alike. It is also a major transit point for migrants and refugees trying to reach Europe.
A video posted to Instagram by Firuz AnlÄ± shows people in Bodrum experiencing the tremor. The group is celebrating a birthday on a seaside patio, when the lights appear to go out and several centimeters of water spill onto deck.
CNN Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon, who was staying in a village about half an hour away from Bodrum, said she felt the quake strike at around 1.30 a.m. (8.30 p.m. ET) and that it lasted for about ten seconds.
At least a dozen aftershocks shook the area over the three hours following the initial quake, she said.
Preliminary reports suggest no loss of life in Turkey, Damon said. There were no immediate reports of death in the area, the Bodrum Municipality tweeted.
Damon added that there were no reports of collapsed buildings, although she did see some families camped outdoors, fearful of buildings weakened by the quake and possible, subsequent aftershocks.
A hospital was reportedly evacuated, she said, as its mezzanine was damaged.
Bodrum Mayor Mehmet Kocadon, speaking to Turkey’s state news agency Anadolu, said one road had collapsed and some boats were damaged as the lines holding them were snapped by strong waves.
Turkey is no stranger to earthquakes, with smaller ones taking place in the country on a regular basis. This one, however, was jarring “not only because of the intensity of it but also because the aftershocks went on for so long,” Damon said.
Bodrum is about 700 kilometers (435 miles) from Istanbul and also from Ankara.
A quake with a magnitude of between 6.0 and 6.9 is classified as “strong.” According to the USGS, there were at least six aftershocks of magnitude 4.0 or greater.
CNN meteorologist Karen Maginess said that the tremblor, which occurred at a relatively shallow depth of 10 km (6 miles), is considered a major earthquake.
Aftershocks will continue for weeks, maybe months, she said.
Source: The-CNN-Wire ™ & © 2017
In a universe so vast, what is our little planet? In a planet so diverse and so full of life, what are simple everyday people? Among all the billions of people alive and who have lived before us, what significance do I have? Jesus reminds us that our significance is great — not because we are so important, but because we are known personally by God.We don’t have to be afraid; we are known and loved by the One who is and was and is to come!