– Advertisement – “I think it’s fair. I definitely have been not going … because I’ve been working out a lot and also preparing for my movie,” she said, referring to the upcoming gender-swap remake of She’s All That.Rae, who has more than 67 million TikTok followers, added that she’s encouraging her man to stay home too. ”No more parties for Bryce,” she said.TikTok stars aren’t the only ones under fire for partying as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Kendall Jenner recently made headlines for her Halloween-theme 25th birthday party. The bash, which was held at Harriet’s Rooftop at 1 Hotel in West Hollywood on Saturday, October 31, reportedly had 100 people in attendance, including her sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim and Kourtney Kardashian. Other A-listers at the party included The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Winnie Harlow, Jaden Smith and Saweetie.Kris Jenner later defended her daughter amid backlash.“We’re dealing with lots of people that have different opinions and all we can do is live our lives the best way we know how and be responsible and do the right thing,” Kris, 64, said on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live on Monday, November 2. “And we’re doing that. … I am very sensitive to what’s going on, believe me. I’ve really tried so hard.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! She added, “Did we all really need to put on our cowgirl boots and ride a mechanical bull that bad? We need that Instagram post that badly?”Courtesy of Dixie D’Amelio/InstagramWhile Grande didn’t name names, TikTokers are often spotted partying at the Los Angeles hotspot. The California city began reopening restaurants at the end of May after shutting down amid the COVID-19 crisis.After a clip of the comment circulated on social media, Dixie, the 19-year-old sister of Charli D’Amelio, the most followed person on TikTok, was asked about the controversy.- Advertisement – “She’s right, she’s right,” Dixie admitted to Pap Galore, adding that Grande is “a queen” whom she “loves.”Rae, 20, was also asked about Grande’s criticism while out with on-again, off-again boyfriend Bryce Hall.- Advertisement – Ariana Grande Broadimage/ShutterstockNow accepting shade. Ariana Grande’s remark about young influencers going out amid the coronavirus pandemic has gone viral — and TikTok stars Dixie D’Amelio and Addison Rae have taken note.“Couldn’t we have just stayed at home for a few more weeks? … Did we all really need to go to f—king Saddle Ranch that badly that like we couldn’t have waited for the deathly pandemic to pass?” the 27-year-old singer recently said on the Zach Sang Show while promoting her new album, “Positions.”- Advertisement –
When frisked, Odasco yielded five more sachets of suspected shabu. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the Sagay City police station, facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN Odasco – resident of Barangay Vito, Sagay City – was caught after he sold a sachet of suspected illegal drugs to an undercover officer for P500 around 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 1, the police added. The 35-year-old Aljearhu Odasco was arrested in a drug buy-bust operation in Barangay Andres Bonifacio, Sagay City, Negros Occidental, police said. BACOLOD City – He sold suspected shabu, police said.
At Tuesday night’s USG meeting, USG Vice President Rini Sampath announced that an online guide for USC students who are admitted for the spring semester will be available within a week. The guide, which will be posted on USG’s website, will give spring admits information on what to expect during their freshman year.“It’s an opportunity for spring-admitted students to come here to be successful and feel like they’ll have a great time,” Sampath said.Currently, official information for incoming spring admits is limited to frequently asked questions pages on USC’s website. Sampath hopes that the new guide will expand on this page and provide more information.“This will be a comprehensive guide,” Sampath said. “It will take the information from the FAQ page and really flesh it out.”The new guide will cover a variety of topics, including housing, registering for classes and food on campus.Inspiration for the page came from Winston Lee, a sophomore majoring in computer science and computer engineering who created a Google Document for students who were admitted in the spring of 2014. A spring 2014 admit himself as well as a current USG senate aid, Lee created the page to help others facing similar challenges.“Basically I wanted something I didn’t have as a student, which was a document that compiled the different information I gathered through my research,” Lee said.Before enrolling at USC, Lee lived near campus and took classes at Los Angeles Community College. He struggled to find information about which of his credits would transfer and what other classes he should take.“[The information] is definitely out there, it’s just hidden on different sites and different pages,” Lee said.USG’s new page will expand on Lee’s design and will feature graphic design and testimonials from former spring admits“We’re taking what Winston [Lee] created and making it more accessible, and more aesthetically pleasing,” Sampath said.Sampath and Lee met at USC while participating in student government. Their decision to collaborate grew from both being spring admits themselves.“We bonded over the spring admission experience,” Lee said.In her experience, Sampath found that the Facebook page for spring admits was filled with questions.“The Facebook page had a lot of questions, like ‘what do I do about housing?’” Sampath said.Though it is specifically designed for spring admits, Sampath and Lee hope that the new page will answer questions that are relevant for all students.“The final product should be something that everyone at our university be able to utilize,” Sampath said.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. chennaiyin fcDecmeberindian super leagueIndian Super League 2019-20 First Published: November 19, 2019, 7:18 PM IST New Delhi: The Indian Super League (ISL) fixture involving Jamshedpur FC and Chennaiyin FC has been moved to December 9 due to elections in Jharkhand.The tie was originally scheduled to be held on December 6 at the JRD Tata Sports Complex in Jamshedpur. The rescheduling is done in conjunction with the city authorities and administration in view of the Jharkhand state assembly polling on December 7.