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Beautiful young lady rejoices as she beats cancer at 23

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A young lady identified as Monica Dene, has taken to social media to announce that she beat cancer at the age of 23.

She shared photos of herself celebrating being cancer free and said she is brave enough to share the good news with the public.

In pictured she posted, Monica could be seen holding up a board with the inscription; CANCER FREE

Well-meaning people took to Monica’s comment section to congratulate her on on having a clean bill of health.

She shared the images with the caption;

”I’m finally brave enough to share this, Beat Cancer at 23!”

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@Aubreychiibi; Congratulations!

@mthunzi_cele; How did you do it? A neighbor and friend still suffers from it. She can get very sickly sometimes.

@Tegadeyforyou; Congratulations. It will NEVER come back. That chapter is passed and closed. Amen

@chimangavirdee; It’s news like this that keep me motivated. I beat cancer (leukemia) at 15

@chimangavirdee; Today I’m 32 and going strong

@mzuno75; I beat cancer 10yrs ago and am still clean

@MogaleMokoena; Congratulations! To better health

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Tiffany Haddish Speaks About Her DUI Arrest For The First Time On ‘The Tonight Show’

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Roommates, earlier this month Tiffany Haddish was arrested in Peachtree City, Georgia for allegedly driving under the influence after she fell asleep behind the wheel—and she’s opening up about it for the first time. During her recent appearance on ‘The Tonight Show,’ Tiffany Haddish addressed her recent arrest with the late night show’s host, Jimmy Fallon.

Following Jimmy Fallon gently asking her if she wanted to speak about the incident, Tiffany Haddish had this to say:

“I can say this, Jimmy … I’ve been praying to God to send me a new man. A good man. And God went ahead and sent me four. In uniform. And now I got a really great lawyer, and we’re going to work it out. I’ve got to get my asking of things to God a little better!”

She also discussed the recent death of her grandmother, who passed just after her recent break-up with ex-boyfriend Common.

“And then, my grandma passed away, and she saved my life. That’s my heart. She was like my soulmate. So that’s been… really hard to process, all this grief. I’m definitely making something out of it. My next special is going to be about grief. And it’s going to be hilarious,” she said.

As we previously reported, Tiffany Haddish was arrested in Fayette County, Georgia after authorities say she was dozing off while in the driver’s seat.

She was arrested after Peachtree City police officers responded to a call looking for a driver who allegedly had fallen asleep at the wheel. Officers claim they spotted Tiffany’s car pulling into a neighborhood that matched the description of the vehicle in question. At the time of her arrest, cops believe she had smoked marijuana.

 

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Bravo Announces Termination Of ‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City’ Cast Member Jennie Nguyen Following Discovery Of Past Racist Facebook Posts

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Roommates, Bravo has officially fired Jennie Nguyen for racist Facebook posts from 2020 that were recently discovered. Although she apologized, however after outrage from fans, Jennie Nguyen has now been terminated from the ‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City.’

In an official statement formally confirming her termination, Bravo posted the following regarding Jennie Nguyen, her future on the ‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City and condemned her racist posts from 2020:

“Bravo has ceased filming with Jennie Nguyen and she will no longer be a cast member of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.’ We recognize we failed to take appropriate action once her offensive social media posts were brought to our attention. Moving forward, we will work to improve our processes to ensure we make better informed and more thoughtful casting decisions.”

Meanwhile, late last week after her two-year-old posts were discovered, Jennie issued a public apology about the matter, writing:

“I want to acknowledge and apologize for my deleted Facebook posts from 2020 that resurfaced today. At the time, I thought I was speaking out against violence, but I have since learned how offensive and hurtful my words were. It’s why I deactivated that account more than a year ago and why I continue to try to learn about perspectives different from my own. I regret those posts and am sincerely sorry for the pain they caused.”

Most of the remaining cast of the ‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City’ have publicly slammed Jennie’s past comments—however, as of now, she has not responded to being fired from the reality series.

 

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Cardi B Issues Statement After Lawsuit Win Saying “I Thought I Would Never Be Heard”

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Cardi B issues a statement in response to her legal win against blogger Tasha K. As previously reported, Cardi was awarded $3.8 million total after Tasha and her company Kebe Studios LLC were found liable for defamation, invasion of privacy through false light portrayal and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Her full statement was provided to The Shade Room by Cardi’s team. Within her words she said, “I thought I would never be heard or vindicated and I felt completely helpless and vulnerable.”

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“After almost four years of repeated libel and slander against me, being able to walk away from this victorious brings me great happiness,” Cardi said.

She continued on to say she appreciates Judge Ray for the “fair and impartial trial.” Additionally, Cardi thanked the jury and their “careful deliberation” over the last two weeks.

“I am profoundly grateful for the hard work and support from my legal team. Most importantly, thank you to my family and close friends who held my hand and helped me get the support I needed during this experience.”

“During this trial, all of you have learned about the darkest time in my life. That moment in time was fueled by the vile, disgusting, and completely false narratives that were repeatedly and relentlessly being shared online. I thought I would never be heard or vindicated and I felt completely helpless and vulnerable. I have never taken for granted the platform that my fame allows me to have, which is why for over three years I dedicated every resource I had to seek justice. And not just justice for me. The truth is that the intentional harm that was done to me, is done to countless others every day. The only difference between me and the high schooler who is being cyberbullied and lied on by their classmates is the money and resources I have access to. We collectively have to say enough is enough. We can no longer be a society that turns a blind eye to blatant lies. The unchecked behavior and provably false content on platforms like YouTube have to be addressed and removed. The constant harassment and lies that are reported as factual from journalists and bloggers have to end.”

Cardi’s Continued Statement

“My career began on social media so I know the power it has. Over the past few years, we’ve seen how social media platforms were able to bring important and necessary conversations to the forefront–such as Black Lives Matter, Stop Asian Hate, and Women’s Rights. However, we’ve also seen countless stories of children and adults deciding to take their own lives due to cyberbullying and intentional attacks. So while I am very grateful that this trial has come to its conclusion and the jury has rendered a powerful and substantial message, literally–I really hope that my experience forces all of us, but especially the platforms who allow this behavior to be a part of their communities, to re-think what moves us forward as a society versus what cripples us.”

“If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for help at 1-800-273-TALK.”

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