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Naomi Campbell Reveals She’s ‘Not Yet’ Ready To Become A Mother As She Discusses Life As A Single Lady At 49

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Naomi Campbell has revealed she is not yet ready to become a mother while discussing life as a single lady at 49.

In a new interview with WSJ. Magazine, the British supermodel disclosed that she’s in no rush to have a child as she already views herself as a mother figure to the countless children who cross her path through her tireless philanthropic work, particularly in Africa.

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When asked by the publication about her possible plans to have children, she responded: ‘Naomi on having kids: ‘Not yet—I’ll see what the universe brings me.’

Naomi also spoke about her living the single life, after years of dating a number of high-profile men.

‘Being alone doesn’t mean you are lonely,’ she said. ‘I don’t have time to be bored, and I don’t have time to be lonely.’

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Referring to one actor she dated in the early 1990s, she added: ‘For me, privacy is important to know each other, and I always worry that my job will not allow that. But I have ways. I was taught that by Robert De Niro.’

Speaking on her battle with substance and alcohol abuse. she said: ‘I’m a survivor,’ Naomi declared. ‘I don’t have a squeaky-clean life, and I don’t pretend to. I was the first to say that I was an addict, and I’m so grateful to God to be a recovering addict and a recovering alcoholic.’

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Instagram Verifies Shatta Bandle’s Account

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Self acclaim world youngest billionaire, Shatta Bandle, has been verified by Instagram. This is news to us because he becomes the first of his kind to secure the blue badge.

In this sense, we mean he is the first among the Ghanaian social media sensations, who became popular on social media for one thing or another, to have secured the verification badge. We’ve seen the likes of Rashida Black Beauty, Two Thoozing, Ghana Tupac among others but their relevance did not reach an Instagram verification level.

This feat projects that Shatta Bandle is here to stay, unlike the others. Announcing his verification, Bandle wrote “Congratulations to my self. I’m verified as a billionaire By Instagram, no more fake billionaire creating my fake profiles. How can Instagram verify you if you have audio money?

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Who Is Winning The Miss Malaika Crown This Year : Meet Your Top 10 Finalists | WATCH

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After weeks of the Miss Malaika beauty pageantry show running, 10 lucky girls have made it to the top ten cut. The reality show’s organizers have set 2nd November for a Queen to be crowned at the grand finale.

It will happen at the National Theatre and now, we are simply asking, WHO IS WINNING MISS MALAIKA 2019?

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‘Why We Haven’t Suspended President Trump’s Account’ : Twitter Explains

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Twitter has clarified when it will enforce rules against “world leaders” saying unless Trump explicitly violates Twitter’s rules, leaving no room for interpretation, the company will do nothing.

“We focus on the language of reported Tweets and do not attempt to determine all potential interpretations of the content or its intent” Twitter said in a blog post.

Twitter’s blog post comes in the wake of a series of controversial tweets from Trump that drew condemnation from Sen. Kamala Harris, a Democrat representing California and running for the party’s nomination for president, who called for Twitter to suspend him.

“Trump’s tweets about the whistleblower represent a clear intent to harass, intimidate, or silence their voice. His blatant threats put people at risk and our democracy in danger. His account must be suspended” Harris wrote in an open letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

The company spelled out a series of “enforcement scenarios” under which it would take action, including promotion of terrorism, clear and direct threats of violence, posting private information or intimate photos, child sexual exploitation, or promoting self-harm.

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