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Are Meghan Markel & Prince Harry glad to say goodbye to the royal family? Truth Revealed!

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The news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markel created a buzz in the entire world, though they gave reasons like enjoying the normalcy and casual lifestyle. However, the populace kept speculating whether everything is okay in the royal family or not. So is the royal couple happy to leave the U.K?

Meghan and prince harry along with their 11-year-old son Archie shifted to Canada for a few months however they decided to move to Los Angeles to accompany  Meghan’s mother Doria as Self-isolation was a matter of concern.

The couple is worried for the Royal family member since coronavirus is causing tensions, However, they are not regretting their decision to move to Los Angeles! Harry and Meghan are worried but they do know that the physical distance makes no difference at all because “they are all in the same boat”.

Prince Charles was tested positive for coronavirus and spent seven days in Scotland, Isolating himself completely. On 30th March it was confirmed that Prince Charles is out of danger and was allowed to discontinue self-isolation. Nevertheless, the royal family is still taking precautions and maintaining distance is being practised sincerely.

Prince Harry is in touch with his family and keeps a track of all the activities since he cannot do anything more than that, the couple is following the guidelines appropriately and does not regret the decision to shift!

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K-pop fans drown out #WhiteLivesMatter hashtag

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K-pop fans have gathered in their droves online to drown out a surge of #WhiteLivesMatter posts.

Twitter has today (June 3) listed #WhiteLivesMatter as a trending hashtag. In a bid to overpower the hashtag, K-pop music fans have used the same phrase but attached nonsensical or anti-racist messages.

Variety reports that the campaign has been broadened to include hashtags including #MAGA and #BlueLivesMatter.

The news comes a day after #BlackoutTuesday, a music industry initiative that encouraged organisations to refrain from publishing content and instead take the day to learn about how they can best use their platforms to educate themselves and others on anti-racism. It’s connected to the ongoing George Floyd protests and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Protests for George Floyd are continuing – credit: Getty

Some who were observing #BlackoutTuesday were criticised for using the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag by unintentionally drowning out that campaign’s messaging regarding protests, bailout information and similar issues.

“We know that’s it no intent to harm but to be frank, this essentially does harm the message,” activist Kenidra Woods posted on Twitter. “We use hashtag to keep ppl updated. PLS stop using the hashtag for black images!!”

Additionally, yesterday K-pop fans also swamped an app developed by the Dallas Police Department in another show of solidarity for the black community.

The police department had requested for people to send in videos of “illegal activity from the protests” that took place in the state over the weekend using a special app called iWatch Dallas. K-pop fans managed to crash the app by posting hundreds of FanCam videos, which are clips of K-pop performances that hone in on one particular band member.

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FEVER 333 announce livestream event to raise money for Minnesota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter

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FEVER 333 have announced a livestream performance to raise money for the Minnesota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter following the death of George Floyd.

‘Long Live The Innocent’ is an event described as being “conceived in solidarity with the communities across the USA protesting for justice, fans will be able to make donations during the livestream.”

The event, which takes place today (June 3) at 11pm BST, will see all proceeds go to the Minnesota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter.

Protests in Minnesota continue – Credit: Getty

FEVER 333 frontman Jason Aalon Butler said: “This is a concentrated effort to encourage people to go beyond awareness and take action. With localised efforts in the name of justice for a specifically targeted group of people in this country, this will serve as an artistic activation as well as a platform to activate necessary measures for social and racial reformation.”

He continued: “Music and art have served as the catalyst for socially inclined movements for as long as we can remember, but for some reason, at a time where we are now granted the ability to see how deeply flawed our system is, we have slowed the charge for change.

“FEVER 333 has dedicated its entire platform to that change from its inception with its music, activism, even its own charity fund that sees a percentage of proceeds funnelled from all profits the project receives.”

Floyd, 46, died in Minneapolis last week (May 25) following an altercation with police officers. Floyd, who was African American, was killed when a white police officer appeared to kneel on his neck as he lay on the ground during an arrest. Officer Derek Chauvin has since been sacked and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.

In the wake of Floyd’s death protests have erupted across the US and all over the world, while a large number of well-known artists have expressed their outrage over Floyd’s death.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund helps arrested protestors access bail money as the protests continue. Those donating can “match” an amount given by another person. The fund recently went viral after it was shared by artists from across the music and film industries.

Artists including Janelle Monáe, Noname, Thundercat and Halsey are just some of the musicians who have been sharing details of the fund.

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Aarya: Sushmita Sen’s Fans Are Impressed With The Look Of Her Upcoming Hotstar Series

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Aarya: Sushmita Sen’s Fans Are Impressed With The Look Of Her Upcoming Hotstar Series

Sushmita Sen is set to make her acting comeback, and she has shared the first glimpse of her fierce avatar in the upcoming web series “Aarya“.

The actress, who was last seen in the 2015 Bengali film “Nirbaak”, shared the look on social media. Sharing a short video on Instagram, Sushmita Sen wrote, “Aapne bulaaya aur hum chale aaye!!”

“Now it’s your turn to tell me, what you think #Aarya is about? Tell me in the comments below and the lucky one who comes closest to guessing it right…goes live with me here on Instagram very very soon,” Sushmita Sen added while asking fans to guess the premise of the show.

In the video, Sushmita Sen can be seen practicing aerial workout. Towards the end, the audience gets a glimpse of her fierce look.

“To turn her world upside down. New home, new ropes! #aarya #firstlook,” Sushmita Sen added.

The actress also revealed that the trailer of the show will be out on June 5.

“Life can sometimes fall to pieces, before the pieces can fall into place’ #aarya #trailer release on 5th June 2020,” she said.

Aarya is directed by “Neerja” maker Ram Madhvani. Other details about the show are currently under wraps.

It is being reported that “Aarya” is a remake of the Dutch crime thriller series “Penoza”. It is about a widow who takes over her husband’s organised crime business after he is killed, in lieu of turning into a state witness.

The show will soon premiere on Disney+Hotstar.

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