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Nicki Minaj talks being single for the first time in 15-years as she covers the latest issue of Elle Magazine

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Rapper Nicki Minaj is the latest cover star of Elle and she has opened up on her being single for the first time in a while.

According to Nicki, this is the first time she has been single since turning 15.

In her words;

‘As soon as I realized that I could actually live and breathe, and eat and sleep, and walk and talk, without having a boyfriend, something clicked in me….Becoming single was one of the things that made me feel strong and powerful.

‘The fact that I am a young woman who doesn’t need a man for money. I don’t need a man for a job.

‘I’ve never had to f*** for beats. I’ve never had to f*** for a record deal. I don’t have those pressures. I get up when I want, shop when I want.’

She continued: ‘I remember feeling like I could do anything at one time in my life and somewhere along the line, I just started second guessing myself for whatever reason.’

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Instagram Now Lets You See When Your Friends Are Online

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Now your friends can see exactly how much time you spend lurking on Instagram.

Instagram announced Thursday the rollout of a new feature that will let your followers see when you’re using the app. The concept is similar to Facebook Messenger: when someone you follow or have previously messaged with, is “active” in the app, Instagram will show a small green bubble next to their name to let you know that they’re online.

Instagram explained that the goal of the feature is to make it easier for users to chat within the app.

“This update gives you the ability to have more of those real-time conversations while giving you the control to hide your status altogether,” the company wrote in a blog post.

But while it makes chatting a little more immediate, it may also push users to spend even more time in the app. Instagram users already swap a ton of messages, and adding these status indicators will likely only encourage more messaging.

Instagram’s CEO has said the company is working on features to fight tech addiction and ensure that users’ time in the app is “positive and intentional.”

If this all sounds a little creepy to you, don’t worry. You can opt to turn the feature off entirely. Just go to “activity status” in the app’s main settings to disable activity status (when disabled, you won’t be able to view which of your friends are online, either).

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Stonebwoy Covers Agoo Magazine

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Hysterical!! It’s the president of the Bhim nation, Stonebwoy for this month’s edition of Agoo Magazine.

The dancehall artiste who has kept the pace since his entrance into the music scene shares his life in showbiz and outside music with fans in the popular magazine.

He shared the cover of the magazine with followers and they’re already clamoring for copies for themselves.

See post below!!!

Next Edition @agoo_magazine JULY EDITION!! #Stonebwoynews #bhimnationglobal

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Netflix Has Spent Over $30 billion On Content Since 2014 | Over A Third Of It In The Last Year Alone

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Netflix investors were less than pleased with the streaming platform’s subscriber growth — the company’s stock-driving metric, given its subscriber-based business model — when it released its Q2 earnings results on Monday.

In the three months ending June 30, Netflix said it added 5.15 million subscribers, bringing the total domestic and international subscriber count to 130.1 million subscribers, which was about a million shy of its targeted 131.2 for the quarter. Its stock responded with a 14% tumble to $344.04 in after-hours trading. The difference in subscribers may seem marginal, but for Netflix — which is unique to traditional networks in that it relies on subscribers’ payments instead of advertising dollars to fund content — growing its monthly payments matters.

As this chart from Statista shows, the streaming platform has spent nearly $30 billion on streaming content since the beginning of 2014, with over a third of that sum being spent in the last 12 months alone. It owes $4.5 billion in content expenses by June 2019 and $3.6 billion towards the end of next year.

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