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See Who Lived And Who Died In “Game Of Thrones” Most Epic And Deadliest Battle Ever

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The Night King’s army swarms over Winterfell as the best-laid plans of the living quickly go wrong in every conceivable way.

Once again, the action remained squarely in Winterfell, but this time it was almost all action as the Night King’s forces arrived and the Battle of Winterfell brutalized the cast.

It was easily one of the most epic battle scenes ever put to film, and with the wights moving like fast zombies from “World War Z” — they even learned wall-climbing from that film — it was unlike any epic fantasy battle yet.

There have been many comparisons to the epic Battle of Helm’s Deep from “The Lord of the Rings,” with “Thrones” creators assuring fans this battle is even bigger. It was certainly epic in scale, and while it had familiar beats of any siege-based battle, it also brought a whole new element of horror to the proceedings.

Remarkably, the 82-minute episode managed to spare key moments for every single one of those characters we shared a quiet night with last week without ever appearing dull or if it had forgotten the battle. The only scene that went on perhaps a little too long was Arya’s quiet skulking through the library of Winterfell.

The tone of the whole hour collapsed in that scene, and it also felt like such a jarring departure for Arya herself, who we’d just seen kicking ass and not bothering with names up on the ramparts. Maybe it was her head injury, or maybe she didn’t want to draw any more wights in, but the whole thing was a little odd.

Melisandre made her triumphant return to the show this week and she gave the living a fleeting moment of hope upon her arrival, setting the Dothraki blades ablaze before the rode into battle. It was a visually stunning piece of film, one of many such moments as Winterfell did its best against overwhelming odds.

In the “Game of Thrones,” you win or you die. For this final season, we’re going to track the biggest game moves each week from the remaining players, and then break down what went wrong for each player that loses, i.e. dies. And then we’ll declare our “Player of the Week” until we make our way to the finale and the ultimate winner. Who will it be?

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Akuapem Poloo Now Sleeps With Dogs For Money? : Instagram User Drops Serious Allegation

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Few days past when Child Rights International (CRI) has petitioned the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service over socialite, Akuapem Poloo’s raw photo with her son.

Akuapem Poloo, in the early hours of June 30, 2020, set social media buzzing with a photo she posted to mark her son’s 7th birthday.

Her decision to post such a photo, according to her, was to commemorate the day she was naked in the labor ward as she delivered her son.

Well, Rosemond Brown as widely known, is still very much in trouble but she could actually care less about it.

She is still the very loudmouth person she has always been but this time around, we are not even going to fault her for what she did.

She shared a picture of herself and one male user decided to act all foolish and offensive in the comment box.

He asked Poloo how much she would charge to sleep with his dog for a night, literally saying the mother of one sleeps with dogs for money.

Read what ensued between them below.

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Coronavirus Vaccine Is A “Mark Of The Beast” : US Presidential Aspirant, Kanye West Claims

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American presidential aspirant and Rapper, Kanye West, has made a very controversial claim over the COVID-19 vaccine as he reveals it is a mark of the beast.

Speaking to Forbes in an exclusive interview, Kanye West opened up on how he recovered after testing positive for Coronavirus in February 2020.

He also condemned the COVID-19 vaccine as he alleged that it is a chip that is mandated to prevent Christians to make it to heaven.

Sharing his experience, the billionaire Hip Hop star said; “Chills, shaking in the bed, taking hot showers, looking at videos telling me what I’m supposed to do to get over it.

“I remember someone had told me Drake had the coronavirus and my response was Drake can’t be sicker than me!”.

He added saying; “God just gave me the clarity and said it’s time. “You know I was out there, ended up in the hospital, people were calling me crazy. I’m not crazy,”.

“Between all of the influences and the positions that we can be put in as musicians… It can drive you crazy, through all of that I was looking crazy because it wasn’t the time. Now it’s time. And we’re not going crazy, we’re going Yeezy, it’s a whole ‘notha level now. N-O-T-H-A.”

He then revealed he suspects COVID-19 vaccine to be “the mark of the beast”.

“It’s so many of our children that are being vaccinated and paralyzed,”. “So when they say the way we’re going to fix COVID with a vaccine, I’m extremely cautious. That’s the mark of the beast. They want to put chips inside of us, they want to do all kinds of things, to make it where we can’t cross the gates of heaven.”

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King Promise Is Ghana’s Current ‘Best Male Vocalist’ : JMJ Baby

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JMJ, known in real life as Joshua Raphaelson revealed during an interview with 3fm’s Miriam Osei Agyeman on the Urban blend show which comes off on Thursdays that King Promise is the best vocalist in Ghana at the moment, he said this when asked him if he had passed a wrong judgment about an artist who could not have gone far. He answered yes and that artiste was King Promise.

He explained that he had the chance to listen to him first but wasn’t too sure about signing him and might be ahead of the game in terms of vocal prowess and the industry may not be ready for him.

He further revealed that he had a record with the amazing vocal artiste which will be coming out soon.

JMJ Baby is an award-winning sound engineer and record producer. Some of his notable works are “Trigga” by Samini, “Too Much” by Kaakie, “Kasiebor” by Obrafour ft. Guru, “Hope” by Sarkodie ft. Obrafour etc.

“Riddim Of The GODS”, a 5-genre project he did in 2019 stands as the biggest riddim project run by an African Producer – the project which cut across Dancehall, Hiphop, Afrobeats etc featured over 30 Ghanaian Musicians. And by far is the most-streamed album project on Boomplay Music by any African/Ghanaian Producer.

JMJ Baby won the “Best Riddim Producer of the Year” at the BASS Awards 2013 held in July this year – he has produced albums for Samini, Obrafour, Stonebwoy, and a lot more. He manages two big artistes, Kaakie and KB (Ghetto KB) under his label.

Follow him on his social media pages here:
Facebook: JMJ Baby
Instagram & Twitter: @jmjbabygh

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