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Tyga

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Tyga cancels Belarus concert at human rights group’s request

By Brent Furdyk. 26 seconds ago Tyga pulls out of a controversial concert in Belarus after a human rights group urged him to cancel, A human rights group is calling on Tyga to cancel an upcoming show in Belarus, claiming that the rapper's performance has been designed as a distraction to draw attention to upcoming elections that could end the 26-year reign of dictator Alexander. Lushashenko. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the US-based Human Rights Foundation has requested that Tyga (real name Michael Ray Stevenson) withdraw from his August 8 performance at Hip Hop Fireworks in the Belarusian capital of Minsk, noting that the event The government-sponsored program is scheduled for the night before the country's presidential elections and is part of a "pl...
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Human rights group asks Tyga to cancel concert in Belarus ‘organized and financed by the dictatorship’

By Brent furdyk. 14 seconds ago CPImages Tyga is asked by a human rights group to cancel an upcoming show in Belarus, claiming that the rapper is a pawn in upcoming elections that could end the 26-year reign of dictator Alexander Lushashenko. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the US-based Human Rights Foundation has requested that Tyga (real name Michael Ray Stevenson) withdraw from his August 8 performance at Hip Hop Fireworks in the Belarusian capital of Minsk, noting that the event sponsored by the government is scheduled for the night before the country's presidential elections and is part of a "plan to distract protesters from opposition rallies." In a letter sent to the rapper, the foundation hints that Tyga is an u...
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Canadian Boman Martinez-Reid Talks Huge TikTok Success And Why He Thinks People Loved To Watch His Videos During Quarantine

By Becca Longmire. 12 secs ago Vanity Fair sat down with some of the biggest TikTok stars out there for the magazine’s latest issue. One of those stars was 22-year-old Boman Martinez-Reid, known as Bomanizer on TikTok, who recently graduated from Ryerson University, where he majored in radio and television arts. He’s since moved back to his parents’ house in Toronto.While still in high school, he created a show with his friends called “Reid It and Weep”. RELATED: Gordon Ramsay Among Richest Celebs On TikTok In U.K. “It was a reality show that was just about me and me having problems,” he shared. “Nobody watched it. We were just doing it because it was fun. It was silly. It was exciting. Our friends at school watched it, but that was kind of it.” He continued the show i...