Adorable pic showing The Weeknd his arms wrapped around Selena as he played video games

Cute! The Weeknd posted a cute picture of the pair, showing his arms wrapped around his girlfriend as he played video games and snacked on plates of pizza.

‘Home,’ the 27-year-old captioned the sweet photo.
Selena and the I Feel It Coming singer have been dating for less than a year, after first being linked in January following his split from model Bella Hadid.
The Weeknd has been touring ever since February, and will return to the stage on September 6 in University Park, Pennsylvania.
Selena, meanwhile, has released the new music video for her song Fetish last month.

 

 

Grace Mugabe finally gets diplomatic immunity, returns to Zimbabwe

The wife of Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe, was whisked out of South Africa on Sunday, trailed by calls for her arrest after she was accused of beating a fashion model with an extension cord in a luxury hotel in Johannesburg.

The violent encounter between the president’s wife, Grace Mugabe, 52, who had sought diplomatic immunity afterward, and the model, Gabriella Engels, 20, who had filed assault charges, sparked outrage in South Africa and Zimbabwe and threatened to escalate into a diplomatic incident.

The South African authorities confirmed on Sunday that Mrs. Mugabe had been granted immunity. Foreign Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said in a statement that she had been “acting in the interests of South Africa” in recognizing “the immunities and privileges” of Mrs. Mugabe.

The handling of the case drew intense criticism — it was at least the second time that Mrs. Mugabe has had a brush with the law in which she sought protection. In 2009, she was granted diplomatic immunity by Hong Kong after being accused of attacking a British photographer who took pictures of her shopping. (Mrs. Mugabe’s lavish shopping expeditions have been the subject of derision and denunciations at home.)

This time, she escaped arrest after Ms. Engels said Mrs. Mugabe had burst into the hotel room on Aug. 13 while she was visiting Robert Mugabe Jr., 25, and Chatunga Mugabe, 21, and began beating her with the extension cord as 10 bodyguards watched.

“There was blood everywhere,” Ms. Engels told a South African broadcaster. “She flipped and just kept beating me with the plug. Over and over. I had no idea what was going on. I was surprised. I needed to crawl out of the room before I could run away.”

Why she was beaten was not entirely clear, but Ms. Engels later filed charges and posted photos on social media showing a deep gash in her forehead, a bloodied scalp and bruises on her body.

Trump presidency is over- declares ousted White House Chief Strategist

Hours after he was fired as white house chief strategist, Steve Bannon has already stuck the knife into Donald Trump .
Bannon who returned to his post as executive chairman of right-wing Breitbart News on Friday afternoon, said the Trump presidency is over .
Bannon told the conservative Weekly Standard .

”The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,”
“I just think his ability to get anything done – particularly the bigger things, like the wall, the bigger, broader things that we fought for, it’s just gonna be that much harder,” Bannon said.
According to reports, the sacking came as sources claimed Trump was furious over Bannon’s habit of taking credit for his 2016 election.

“That f*****g Bannon [is] taking credit for my election,” the President recently told a confidant.

Female prison officer, 27, jailed for making hundreds of calls and texts to young inmate

A female prison officer who used a “dirty phone” as she made hundreds of calls and texts with an inmate at a youth offenders unit has been jailed .

Chelsea Blackwell, 27, exchanged more than 850 messages with the 21-year-old man during their inappropriate relationship between July 12 and August 6 last year.

 

Around 115 calls, some lasting more than two hours, were also made, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.

After the male inmate’s phone was seized following a cell search at Aylesbury Young Offenders Institution in Buckinghamshire, Blackwell used a second “dirty phone” to make five calls.

 

She also wrote four letters that were discovered in his cell, and more were found at her home in Bootle, Merseyside.

A forensic handwriting report concluded there was “very strong evidence” Blackwell had written all of them.

The inmate had been jailed for seven years for wounding with intent.

Last month Blackwell pleaded guilty at Aylesbury Crown Court to misconduct in a public office, and on Thursday she was sentenced to eight months imprisonment.

Blackwell, who had been a prison officer at the institution since 2015, pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office on July 20.

The UK Mirror

Blac Chyna takes a thinly veiled swipe at ex Rob Kardashian in video

She recently split from Rob Kardashian after becoming the victim of a revenge porn attack by the reality star last month. Now Blac Chyna appears to be channeling her emotions into her new project, starring in rapper Belly’s new music video.



Titled P.O.P (Power of Pu**y) Chyna, 29, is clad in white lingerie, and for the music video she is seen mouthing the three words while flashing knowing glances at the camera.

Chyna appears in the Palestinian-Canadian’s video towards the end as he raps the lyrics ‘She took you for everything, You let her do it again’.




Zambia opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema holds talks with Commonwealth delegation from Mukobeko prisons

Incarcerated, UPND President Hakainde Hichilema has held talks with the Commonwealth Secretary General, The right Honourable, Ms Patricia Scotland.

HH confirms in his latest Facebook post below.

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Greetings from Mukobeko Maximum prison.

We wish to confirm that we held talks with the Commonwealth delegation led by Secretary General, The Right Honourable, Ms. Patricia Scotland at Mukobeko Maximum Prison in Kabwe’s Central Zambia this afternoon.

We discussed a wide range of issues regarding the governance and economic development of our country, Zambia.

Once more, we would like to most sincerely thank the Commonwealth through the Secretary General for finding time to come and visit us, hold talks and show solidarity.

Zambia is part of the global village and cannot afford to isolate ourselves while aspiring for development for all.

We value your continued support and encouragement.

God bless you all,

May God bless our country.

Hakainde Hichilema

UPND PRESIDENT.