Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- April 9
Nyashinski Hosts Pre-Release Album Concert
Nyashinski treated fans to a virtual live concert and true to his word, he did not disappoint. The award-winning HipHop and R&B star brought the house down with an electric performance concert on YouTube and Instagram Live, where he was joined by the 4Count band. They performed some of his mega hits including tracks from his upcoming solo album “Lucky You”, which is set for release April 17,2020.
— Muchiri Kibicho #GodProtectUs (@Gidy81635843) April 9, 2020
Last night during #NyashinskiLive I was present during the whole stream. No distractions, complete attention.
Fully enjoying the music and the entire production.
Best live instagram concert.
— Engineer (@AlexVonce) April 9, 2020
You’ve already set the bar too high @RealShinski Am sure the album will be nothing less like what you did yesterday.
— Kennie Tush 🇰🇪 (@Kennie_gb) April 9, 2020
— Reporter😒 (@josephogola100) April 9, 2020
‘Modern Family’ TV Series Wraps Up its 11-Year Run
After 11 seasons and 250 (binge-worthy) episodes, hit TV show “Modern Family” has come to an end. The ABC comedy show wrapped up with a 2-hour long special episode on Wednesday, with a sentimental and hug-filled finale. We will refrain from handing out spoilers of what went down on the finale episode, but we highly recommend it for your viewing pleasure. So long Modern Fam!
— E! News (@enews) April 9, 2020
Congratulations to the cast, writers, producers and crew of #ModernFamily on one of the best TV shows ever
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) April 9, 2020
— Modern Family (@ModernFam) April 8, 2020
— diany (@dianyve1) April 9, 2020
Kenyan Dailies Show Solidarity Amid COVID-19
Today (April 9,2020) marks a special day in Kenya’s history as local dailies sought to share a common headline. Kenyans woke up to find major publications namely “Daily Nation”, “The Star” and “The Standard” with the headline “We Stand With Kenyans”. This, in a move to show solidarity with the country as it faces its most trying moment yet, the COVID-19 pandemic. “We face the biggest fight in Kenya’s post-independence existence; Our lives are on the line, the economy is threatened, our culture and way of life are imperiled”, partly reads the editorial notes on the three publications. Whereas most Kenyans were welcoming of this move, others had differing opinions;
Let Kenyan Newspapers and mainstream media contribute cash to help people suffering from Coronavirus just painting your headlines we stand with Kenyans without considering the less fortunate in the society is useless. This is hypocrisy of highest order. #WeStandWithKenyans pic.twitter.com/nRrNlDQK15
— NICHOLAS TRUMP OSEKO (@Nichonasri1) April 9, 2020
For the first time ever our local dailies are sharing the same headline. We are together in this .Kenyans should take this kind of disease seriously and follow all the guidelines given by @MOH_Kenya .Let’s keep social distancing, wash your hands regularly #WeStandWithKenyans pic.twitter.com/PyMNkr4o9H
— GENERALI KIPROŤICH 🇰🇪 (@ItsKiprotich1) April 9, 2020
This is something unexpected from our local newspapers. Happy to see them share a common headline, in solidarity with Kenyans. Let’s keep observing the safety measures, because it is the only way we will be safe.#WeStandWithKenyans pic.twitter.com/4a9SlsARIA
— Dennis Kiplimo™ 🇰🇪🇰🇪 (@_ItsShark) April 9, 2020