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American Instagram Model Trades Bushfire Donations For X-Rated Selfies Raising More Than $100,000 For Australians In Need

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An American Instagram model has raised more than $100,000 for Australian bushfire victims by encouraging her followers to donate in exchange for naked selfies.

Kaylen Ward offered to send a nude photo of herself to any person who donated at least $10 to an organisation assisting with battling the devastating blazes.

She said in the past she has sent photos for money and was hoping her regular customers would be interested in donating to a good cause.

Within minutes, her private messages on Instagram and Twitter were bombarded by hundreds of people sending in their receipts to prove they had donated.

The Texan model, who now lives in Los Angeles, has spent almost every minute since responding to the more than 20,000 messages she received with individualised naked photos.

Ms Ward said she was motivated to use her following to contribute to the cause after photos surfaced of the catastrophic conditions.

‘It’s devastating and any normal person would be concerned and want to help,’ she said.
She asked her followers to donate directly to a list of charities she suggested, which included NSW Rural Fire Service, Victorian Country Fire Service, Red Cross and certain koala hospitals across the nation.

Ms Ward hoped her post would attract ‘a few thousand dollars’.

Within one day, she had about 20,000 messages in her inbox with receipts.

She now estimates she has raised over AUD$100,000 and still has thousands of messages to work through.

‘Someone sent me $5,000, so I’m sending 50 pics and videos,’ she said.
Despite her efforts, Ms Ward said some people have chosen to offer her pictures to people who haven’t donated for free.

‘People that have donated are offering my nudes for free to those who haven’t. Honestly, y’all are so sick and you’re about to ruin it for everyone,’ she posted on Twitter on Sunday morning.

Ms Ward’s Instagram was deactivated after her post went viral, and she has since started a new account while she works on reinstating her original account.
‘My IG got deactivated, my family disowned me, and the guy I like won’t talk to me all because of that tweet. But f*ck it, save the koalas,’ she said.

Ms Ward said now some of her other friends in the industry have followed suit, and together they’re all continuing to raise money for the cause.

‘When I first started I was nervous, super anxious. But five minutes later, my inbox was flooded and those thoughts went out the window,’ she said.

She will now consider doing the same for future natural disasters.

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GOD Reveals Himself To Pastor Paris Lesley, Reveals Why The World Is Facing A Pandemic And Gives Solution | READ, PRAY & REPENT NOW!!!

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Our heavenly father GOD, has revealed himself to a pastor.

The mother and pastor revealed as Paris who uses @parislesley on Instagram wrote everything GOD revealed to her.

I will be posting SCREENSHOTS of her revelation but then, I personally have had an encounter as each time I have a dream about the Pandemic, there is an increase in Ghana.

But this time; I had a dream that there was no case at all.

In the dream also, God delivered the world out of the Coronavirus and we went back to our normal. But we still need to PRAY, REPENT AND RECONNECT TO OUR GOD. There is Hope 🙏.

Read Pastor Paris Lesley’s revelation below.

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These WhatsApp Updates Shared By A Boy After His Elder Brother Refused To Give Him Money Has Amused Twitter Users

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A man took to Twitter to share the hilarious WhatsApp status updates his younger brother posted after he refused to give him some money.

@igweSWIFT said his brother begged him for 12,000 Naira. When he refused, the younger sibling posted WhatsApp status updates that were subs directed at his brother.

The screenshots immediately went viral and DJ Cuppy and Dremo responded, promising to give the money to the younger brother.

See the screenshots below.

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

These WhatsApp updates shared by a boy after his elder brother refused to give him money has amused Twitter users

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WhatsApp To Bring Self-Destructing Messages Soon : Report

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Facebook-owned WhatsApp after launching the much-awaited ‘Dark Mode’ feature for its users is now reportedly working on a new feature that will delete messages automatically after a stipulated time as set by users.

In two beta versions, 2.20.83, as well as 2.20.84 of the app, the option to set self-destructing messages in private chats, was be found and one can choose the expiry period of the messages between one hour, one day, one week, one month or one year, GSMArena reported on Saturday.

However, it is presently unknown that when the new feature will make it to the stable version, but it is an indication that the developers’ team is working on the feature.

According to a recent report, the feature will be initially available for group chats only and can be enabled by the group’s administrators. Once enabled, the feature can be toggled in Contact Info or Group Settings.

Once available, the feature will come with a toggle on/off button and users can choose a stipulated time — an hour, a day, a week, a month or a year — for the messages to automatically disappear.

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