Americas Rapper and Radio Personality A Oklahoma City
Americas Rapper and Radio Personality Andre Roxx has called out Donald Trump for being repsonsible for the Global Panic that is currently going on, and that Trump has an agenda of boosting Americas economy through massive sales,
He also explains how thousands of people die of hunger everyday and it gained no media hype or panic. The rapper says if less than 11,000 people has died out of 8billion of the worlds population in the past 2months, then it shouldn't be a global panic. We should worry more of the thousands of people who daily dies of hunger. He calls the trending pandemic (COVID-19) a common cold. Andre Roxx who is currently in Africa does a live broadcast of his show the chamber and he streems live on social media.
He caused a massive attention when announced that he has got the cure for CoronaVirus. He gave millions of listners hopes while he got lots of critics as well.. In his words:
Corona virus cure: chicken soup, plenty of fluids, rest, and aspirin
ITS THE COMMON COLD PEOPLE. GET A GRIP ON YOUR PANTIES!!!!!
Mr Independent as he's called has been in West Africa for a month now, has been showing off how happy and free he is in Africa. And has been encouraging African Americas to come experience what he is experiencing. To make it easy he has established a tour program through which he calls Andre Roxx Black Stars Tour. He shows off his pictures on social media to show Americans how he loss weight naturally in few weeks without any major diet. His social media post this few days has been very controversial, and also has been serving as eye opener to lots of Africans globally
Other News Oklahoma City
Elizha Sander is arrested by the police of Oklahoma City he is charged for opening fire on another person
Elizha Sander is being arrested by police at city mall for opening fire on another person
According to police: Elizha sander got suddenly involved in an argument with another person named Gerron, due to heat of argument Elizha fired on Gerron by which he got severely injured and shopkeeper started to hide. Elizha got bailed after giving $600,000 surety bond
According to a police statement: Elizha was detained on Thursday for opening fire on Gerron inside Shopping Mall
Gerron is injured and the doctor said she is in stable condition
The investigation is under-way!
OKLAHOMA CITY – Investigators are looking for a man who posted several flyers around the Oklahoma City University Law School campus declaring "It's all right to be black." Flyers are posted on tables, across the front doors of the building and around the school crest.
Active and retired students said it was disappointing to see the kind of messaging that has always been so welcoming around a campus.
"It concerns that the history and threats of white supremacy in Oklahoma City have preceded it. We are located two blocks south of the Memorial," said Jose Cruz, grad of OCU Law, to News 4. "No, I don't think we're talking about the norm of Oklahoma. There's no place here for that."
Cruz already finished high school from OCU Rules back in May, saying he was shocked when he was told by friends on Thursday about these flyers popping up around the campus.
"That's sad that this is how people think they need to express themselves," Cruz said. "I really want people not to resort to this kind of messaging, because it's not really a form of conversation, it's just bullying."
OKLAHOMA CITY – A serious accident on early Friday morning shut down a busy intersection in northwest Oklahoma City. A multi-vehicle crash near N.W. was called by emergency crews shortly before 10:30 a.m. In Oklahoma City, 63rd and May St.
Upon arrival on the scene, firefighters discovered several dismembered cars spread across May Ave's north and southbound lanes. First res-ponders worked immediately to close the entire May Ave., just south of N.W. 63. St.
Preliminary reports clearly show that several people have been injured and in the crash one person has been killed.
Authorities are still working at this point to determine exactly what caused the accident. Meanwhile, motorists were advised to avoid the area and brace for the closing of May Ave. near N.W. 63rd for a while.
Other News United States Of America
BottleRock Festival will now take place in October.
BottleRock Napa Valley that was initially scheduled for 22-24 March has now been postponed to October 2-4. The pageant organizers said that all the headliners had been locked in for the brand new dates. Pink Scorching Chili Peppers, Stevie Nicks, Dave Matthews Band, Miley Cyrus, Khalid, Anderson. Paak & the Free Nationals, Zedd, and extra are confirmed for the rescheduled dates.
BottleRock promised to electronic mail ticket holders “throughout the subsequent few weeks with extra particulars about exchanges and returns.” In the meantime, the already scheduled Austin Metropolis Limits pageant, which covers two weekends, will coincide with the brand new BottleRock dates on the weekend 1 and the primary weekend of Coachella per week later.
California to face the biggest economic hit.
All applaud governor Gavin Newsom’s efforts to manage California’s part of global coronavirus pandemic. He has slowly but steadily increased restrictions on Californians to stop them from going to any dangerous social gatherings. However, all these steps have started to hurt California’s financial status.
The Legislature unanimously authorized Newsom to spend as much as $1.1 billion to fight the virus and its social and economic impacts. Newsom’s hands-on, pro-active management stands in distinct contrast to President Donald Trump’s erratic performance and is reminiscent of how a previous governor, Pete Wilson, dealt with a cascade of natural and manmade catastrophes during the 1990s.
Los Angeles emergency status raised to the highest level by Mayor Garcetti.
Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles, raised the city’s emergency response status to its highest level because of the novel coronavirus outbreak. He issued a series of new orders for the city. The city has requested more assistance from the federal and state governments. The administration has also announced public safety measures to step the coronavirus spread. For two weeks, Los Angeles will not issue tickets during sweeping street hours in residential areas.
Also, the parking fines will freeze until June 1. Not all parking enforcement is stopping, Garcetti said, but he said he does want people to save their money for the time being. Metered parking spaces will also continue at businesses, which he said are dependent upon those spaces for the business that can be conducted.
Other world news
Racist rant shadowed professional play in Overwatch Pro.
Professional play in Overwatch is still far away to stand in competition to other esports, but that does not mean that the players on it have the right to act like toddlers. 28-years-old Matt ‘Dellor’ Vaughn who is a Esports player from Toronto was fired for a “breach of contract” as he was involved in a racist rant in a ranked game. Unfortunately for Dellor, it seems someone was recording the match, which saw Dellor go into a racist-fueled rant, screaming the n-word for 26 uninterrupted seconds while his teammates sat in stunned silence.
Toronto Esports President Ryan Pallett said in his statement that Toronto Esports is an organization built on inclusivity, and we have always had a zero-tolerance policy for any forms of discrimination. Immediately upon learning of the incident, the player was interviewed, admitted to the offence, and was notified that his contract with the organization was being terminated.
Chocolate was there before the sugar.
In 1929 Kid Chocolate was 19-years-old when he made his Canadian boxing debut. His first match took place at a 3-year old Maple Leaf Stadium in Toronto. He was already an elite pugilist whose masterful skills were displayed on a frequent basis to a beckoning world.
He experiences no losses in the 37 pro bouts since 1927. Homeboy Jackie Johnston didn’t stand a chance – not that he was expected to provide anything other than token opposition. He had a decent record of 25-12-5 against lesser-known opposition in the Toronto-Buffalo-Detroit boxing circuit.
Personalized Custom T-Shirt Designs to Spread Awareness of Novel Coronavirus
Ideas to spread awareness amid Coronavirus outbreak
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