Showing posts from October, 2022

Elon Musk accuses Twitter board of 'deliberately' hiding evidence from court: 'Stay tuned

video Elon Musk's Twitter acquisition is a 'catastrophe of a deal': Jeff Sica Circle Squared Alternative Investments founder Jeff Sica discusses Big Tech earnings and why Musk's potential Twitter deal is a bad idea on 'Varney & Co.' Elon Musk accused Twitter’s former board of directors and their lawyers of "deliberately" hiding evidence from court proceedings, days after the entrepreneur's $44 billion  deal was finalized. "Wachtell & Twitter board deliberately hid this evidence from the court," Musk tweeted Sunday night. He included a screenshot of internal messages from a Twitter executive referencing "fraudulent metrics." "Stay tuned, more to come…," the billionaire added. Twitter was represented by Wachtell, Rosen, Lipton and Katz lawyers in their legal proceedings with the entrepreneur. Proof of "fraudulent metrics" at Twitter may serve as a basis for arguments that Musk significantly overpaid in

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly crucified for 'mocking' Christianity in Halloween costumes: 'Abhorrent

Video Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines of the week Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Megan Fox  and her beau  Machine Gun Kelly  were castigated online for their Halloween costumes by those who saw them as religiously offensive. The 36-year-old actress posted a series of photos to her Instagram with a caption that read, "On Sundays we take communion." The 32-year-old rapper appeared to be dressed as a priest who gave communion to a kneeling Fox. The couple immediately faced backlash for ‘mocking’ the Christian faith, with one user writing, "Unacceptable. No one should ever mock someone else's religion."  Another person commented, "What happened to cultural appropriation? Why is it wrong to dress up as an Indian but okay to mock the Catholic faith. It's absolutely abhorrent and offensive and I'm so sick of the double standard." Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly faced serious backlash for their Halloween c

6 Shot At Funeral For Shooting Victim In Pittsburgh

Police investigate the scene outside the Destiny of Faith Church in Pittsburgh, Friday Oct. 28, 2022, where a shooting while a funeral was being held, left six wounded, inclusing one person who was in critical condition. (Gene J. Puskar/ AP) Six people were injured in a shooting at a funeral in Pennsylvania. Local police responded to reports of a shooting at the Destiny of Faith Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Friday. Five victims were taken to an area hospital and the sixth victim, a minor, was taken to a local children’s hospital. Authorities say the shooting occurred outside the funeral for 20-year-old John Hornezes Jr., who was shot and killed alongside two women at a bus stop earlier this month. Commander Rick Ford of the Pittsburgh Police Department released a statement on the shooting.   ”When officers arrived on scene, it was determined there was gunfire that took place outside the church at the 3700 block,” Commander Ford said. “There were four-victims that were self-tra

Taiwan and Turkey Ready to Withdraw Citizens from Abuja

Taiwan warns citizens The Taiwan Government has also warned its citizens against traveling to Abuja and Sandton in South Africa following terror alerts issued by the United States and some other Western countries. Focus Taiwan, a news agency of the Republic of China and influential news organisation in Taiwan, reported on Saturday, “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned Taiwanese citizens on Saturday against traveling to Nigeria’s capital Abuja and to Sandton, the financial center of Johannesburg, following terror alerts issued by the United States and some other Western countries. “The ministry also instructed Taiwan’s representative offices in Nigeria and South Africa to alert Taiwanese living in those countries of possible terror attacks so they can avoid going to the targeted areas, according to a statement issued by the ministry Saturday. The US, UK, Canada, Australia and some European countries have issued a security advisory to their citizens in Nigeria due to an “elevated thre

Terror Alert: Abuja Residents Avoid Shopping Malls

THE  uneasiness in the Federal Capital Territory triggered by the terror alerts by the United States and the United Kingdom is beginning to affect businesses in the capital city,  Sunday PUNCH  learnt on Saturday. Despite the repeated assurances by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), and the various security agencies that there was no need to panic and that people should go about their business without fear, many residents of Abuja seem to be staying away from large gatherings, shopping malls and fun spots in response to the alerts. Our correspondents who visited different parts of the city noted that there were fewer vehicles on some major roads while there were only a few individuals at some gardens and relaxation centres. The usually busy Lokogoma Road has fewer motorists, commuters and pedestrians, likewise the Berger, Wuse and Gwarimpa areas of the city. Also, the Shoprite Mall, Apo and the Novare Centre at Wuse, which used to witness a flurry of activities, had