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Has Mike Pence’s Website Been Hacked? Parody Page Dupes Twitter User Again: At the top of Google, the “official” website for U.S. Vice President Mike Pence contains a link that directs homosexuals to hell.com and a mailing list that is described as a “reminder to kill all your tiny dogs.” It’s been the talk of Twitter for days, but all is not what it seems.

At a glance, the parody website looks normal, with standard political branding. But at closer inspection, nearly every aspect of the site is doctored with humor in mind. On a huge banner at the top of the page, a slogan declares: “See you tomorrow, for tomorrow is now today.”

Here is the page of Mike Pence’s Website

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There is a section dedicated to Pence’s daily food intake. A shop advertises briefs, Bibles and a car bumper sticker that states “non-aborted baby on board.” The fact page includes “Mike Pence likes to watch movies” and “Mike’s favorite part of the American flag is the bars.” A lengthy biography ordains Pence as president following the fictitious resignation of Trump.

This is from Mike Pence’s Website

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But it has not been hacked, as a multitude of social media users is suggesting this week. And if it sounds familiar, that’s because the story has resurfaced from last year. In reality, it was launched by comedy website FunnyOrDie.com on April 1 last year. At the time, the joke was being framed as “part of Mike Pence’s preparations for his rise to the role of president.”

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Axl Rose calls US Surgeon General a “piece of shit” and urges him to resign

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Axl Rose has called US Surgeon General Jerome Adams a “coward” and a “piece of shit” after comments he made about Fourth of July celebrations.

Yesterday (July 3), Adams appeared on NBC’s Today to talk about the Independence Day celebrations that are due to take place in Mount Rushmore and Washington D.C. later today (July 4). Neither event will make masks mandatory.

Adams was asked if he would “advise someone to go to a large gathering, yes or no.” He responded: “It’s not a yes or no. Every single person has to make up their own mind. There are going to be people going to beaches, going to barbecues, going to different environments and they have to look at their individual risk.”

He continued: “As you mentioned, CDC says larger gatherings are a higher risk. You have to take that into account again with whether or not you’re at risk, whether you live with someone who is vulnerable. And then you have to take measures to stay safe. And the most important thing I would say to people is if you do go out to a gathering or in public, please wear a face covering.”

Responding to Adams’ comments, Axl Rose tweeted: “Jerome Adams is a: A coward b: A POS c: Both.”

The Guns N’ Roses frontman added: “Resign. U don’t deserve the job or title. America deserves better.”

It comes after Rose criticised local officials in California back in May for choosing not to enforce beach closures during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Rose took issue with protesters who have taken to the streets of some of California’s cities to demonstrate against Governor Gavin Newsom’s order to close Orange County beaches to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, Slash has given an update on Guns N’ Roses’ new music, confirming that the band have been working on material while on enforced downtime due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The band were meant to be touring until September 2020 but were forced to cancel their dates because of the disease outbreak.

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Lady Gaga shows off personalised ‘Chromatica’ face mask: “Be yourself, but wear a mask!”

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Lady Gaga has shown off a personalised face mask based around her recent album ‘Chromatica’.

In a new Instagram post, the star also encourages fans to wear masks while outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic.

Showing off a picture of her wearing the studded mask with “Chromatica” written on it, Gaga wrote: “Be yourself, but wear a mask! I believe in being kind to yourself, the community, and the planet.

“I challenge my awesome friends to show off their mask,” she continued, before tagging friends and collaborators Ariana Grande and Tony Bennett, alongside Barack and Michelle Obama and Oprah.

Lady Gaga released new album ‘Chromatica’ back in May, after originally delaying the album’s release due to the pandemic.

Reviewing ‘Chromatica’, NME wrote: “On ‘Chromatica’ Gaga has fully embraced creating a pure pop album. The record is littered with catchy choruses and glossy production – but it goes deeper than that. ‘Chromatica’ is “about healing and it’s about bravery,” she explained before the album came out, adding: “sound is what healed me in my life period, and it healed me again making this record”.

“You can certainly hear that. From the exhilarating melodies to the positive, hope-filled lyrics, ‘Chromatica’ is a celebration – and a well-deserved one at that.”

Back in April, Lady Gaga curated One World: Together At Home, a marathon coronavirus charity special livestream featuring Gaga, Taylor SwiftSir Paul McCartneyBillie Eilish and her brother Finneas, Eddie Vedder of Pearl JamStevie WonderBillie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and many, many more.

The virtual concert was powered by the UN Foundation and came in support of the COVID-19 Response Fund and to celebrate health workers around the world.

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Linkin Park’s ‘In The End’ video reaches 1 billion YouTube views

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Linkin Park have gained a billion YouTube views on their second music video – ‘In The End’.

The band previously reached the landmark for their ‘Numb’ video towards the end of 2018.

Despite being released in 2002, the track wasn’t released onto YouTube until seven years later. See the iconic video below.

Linkin Park enter an exclusive club of rock bands with billion-viewed music videos. Twenty One Pilots have had three videos to reach the landmark, with ‘Ride’, ‘Heathens’ and ‘Stressed Out’ all being watched over a billion times. Guns N’ Roses‘ ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ also reached the landmark next year.

Last month, Linkin Park revealed that they still have unreleased material featuring late singer Chester Bennington. The band went on a hiatus after Bennington took his own life back in 2017. In the intervening period, co-vocalist Mike Shinoda has released his debut solo album while Bennington’s former group Grey Daze released a debut album in June. on Friday (June 26).

Shinoda revealed in a recent Twitch stream that the band have a song called ‘Friendly Fire’ that was supposed to appear on Linkin Park’s 2017 album ‘One More Light’. “There was a song, a ‘One More Light’ song,” he said.

“We mixed more [songs] than [are on] the finished album and we mixed a couple [of] other songs just to see if one of them would make the cut or whatever. [Or] if we could use it for a B-side and it was ‘Friendly Fire’.”

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