AIDS

How Academy’s Screening Room Aids Global Oscar Voters

As the pandemic raged and in-person screenings practically disappeared, the Academy’s Screening Room has found an appreciative audience. Many film distributors are able to send links to their films to various guilds, media members and voters; the Academy has stepped in with its screening room, offering voters those films plus other contenders who can’t afford […]

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Kanye West allegedly spreading rumours Pete Davidson has AIDS

Despite claiming to be a devout Christian rapper who hosted Sunday Services and ceased cursing on his albums, Kanye West has turned a corner and is allegedly spreading unfounded rumours that Saturday Night Life comedian, Pete Davidson is gay and has AIDS, the NY Post reports. There are reports that Pete, who is currently dating […]

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50 Years of The Manhattan Transfer: The Quintessential Vocal Group Kept Harmony Alive When the World Needed It Most

Looking back at the last 50 years, you’d be hard-pressed to say the world has gotten a lot more harmonious since then — not figuratively, in the geopolitical sphere, and certainly not literally, in a popular music world that’s become a slave to the rhythm, and to singers’ disinterest in sharing a mic, much less […]

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‘And Just Like That’ Blows Up Steve and Miranda’s Marriage in a Spectacularly Bad Way

And Just Like That… Episode 8 “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered” finally takes the hatchet to Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Steve’s (David Eigenberg) marriage and it’s awful to watch. After weeks of watching Miranda crush on Che Diaz (Sara Ramírez), flirt with Che Diaz, sleep with Che Diaz, obsess over Che Diaz, and declare her love […]

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Why Crix Nixed Sick Pic ‘The Plague’ in 1992

Analyzing the commercial failure of a movie 30 years after its release might not do much, if anything, to offset the film’s financial losses. In the case of Luis Puenzo’s failed big-budget 1992 adaptation of Albert Camus’ “The Plague,” perhaps there’s a streamer presentation that might perform a minor financial resuscitation on its P&L for […]

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Jasmine Guy calls Bill Cosby scandal ‘heartbreaking’ for the black community

The pain caused by Bill Cosby’s public fall from grace is still fresh for many figures from his past — including “A Different World” actress Jasmine Guy. Guy — who had a starring role on the “Cosby Show” spinoff — tears up when talking to Page Six about the comedian’s downfall, saying she struggled to […]

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Fred Ebb Foundation Donates $2.6 Million to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

The Fred Ebb Foundation has donated $2.6 million to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, marking the largest donation the organization has ever received. Ebb, the lyricist known for musicals such as “Cabaret” and “Chicago,” died in 2004. The foundation was set up the following year following terms Ebb left in his will, including instructions for an […]

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“Please learn to use condoms” – Nigerians drag Ubi Franklin as he spends time with 3rd baby mama, Nicola Siyo

Nigerians have taken to social media to react and drag, Ubi Franklin over photos of himself and his third baby mama, Nicola Siyo. Nicola Siyo, the mother of his third child, Ubi Franklin, and their son, Shiloh, are currently spending some time together in Asaba, Delta state. Nicola and Shiloh arrived in Nigeria from South […]

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Jean-Marc Vallée, ‘Dallas Buyers Club,’ ‘Big Little Lies’ Director, Dies at 58

Jean-Marc Vallée, the Quebecois director of films including “Dallas Buyers Club” and TV projects such as “Big Little Lies,” died at his cabin outside Quebec City, Canada. He was 58. The cause of death was not immediately known. His producing partner, Nathan Ross, said in a statement, “Jean-Marc stood for creativity, authenticity and trying things […]

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In the biggest fight of his life, Dick Vitale won’t let cancer win

an 82-year-old lymphoma patient, in the middle of a six-month cycle of chemotherapy and steroid treatments. He’s scheduled to spend Christmas with his family in the Bahamas before returning to his Lakewood Ranch, Fla., home and his Sarasota hospital for his next chemo appointment. His goals are to live at least another seven years to […]

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Revealed: Nigerian artist Olamide is a member of Illuminati cult [Details]

– Advertisement – It has been revealed that Nigerian artist Olamaide belongs to and is a standing member of the Illuminati cult. This piece of revelation was made by a Nigerian Evangelist. According to her, the rapper belongs to the secret society which aids him in the spiritual aspect of his music career. During a […]

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Former F-Boy-In-Chief Donald Trump Doubles Down On Derogatory Digs Saying Haitians Immigrants “Probably Have AIDS”

Bossip Video Here we go again… Source: Sean Rayford / Getty If there’s anything you know about 55% of white womens’ former President it’s that he won’t hesitate for a millisecond to say something cruel and untrue about Black folks. Most recently, as the news cycle has returned to the topic of Haiti and immigration, […]

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Unmarried women and men make up the high number of HIV infections – National agency for the control of AIDS concludes

According to the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA), a recent survey done by the agency revealed that unmarried men and women account for the majority of HIV infections in the country. Dr. Gambo Aliyu, the Director-General of NACA, told reporters at a press conference on Monday, August 9, that the survey also […]

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#ValentinesDay: Nigerians Consumes 587 Million Condoms -NACA

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS has called on youths to show restraint during Valentine’s Day even as a new report revealed that Nigerians now consume 587 million condoms annually.. NACA gave the advice in a statement by its Director-General, Dr. Gambo Aliyu. The agency said young women between the ages of 20 […]

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Mauritius’ first twins celebrate 100th birthday

Two Mauritian women – Ritta Marie Noélie and Rose Marie Noëlla – on Wednesday celebrated their 100th birthday at a municipal hall, in Rose-Hill, 20 km south of the capital, Port Louis. They are the first twins in Mauritius to celebrate their 100th birthday. At a ceremony organised in their honour by the Ministry of […]

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