Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- July 23
Kim K Breaks Silence on Ye’s Recent Outbursts
Reports indicate that the Kardashian family believes Kanye’s recent Twitter meltdown and controversial Sunday rally might be due to a bi-polar episode. On Tuesday, Kanye took to the microblogging platform accusing Kim and Kris Jenner of attempting to “lock me up like the movie Get Out”.
Fast forward to Wednesday (July 22), Kim, in a series of Instagram stories formally addressed Ye’s erratic tweets saying, “Those who are close with Kanye know his heart and understand his words sometimes do not align with his intentions”, adding, “I understand Kanye is subject to criticism because he is a public figure and his actions at times can cause strong opinions and emotions”. The “Keeping up” star further requested “compassion and empathy” to her husband’s condition, thanking those concerned about him.
Kanye has since confirmed to be releasing new album “Donda: With Child” this Friday.
.@KimKardashian just posted a statement on Instagram addressing Kanye’s mental health. It focuses on the impact on their family, of celebrity and asks for compassion. It’s a good note. pic.twitter.com/CptuPLJT6q
— Elizabeth Paton (@LizziePaton) July 22, 2020
did kim kardashian just…
re-center the conversation on kanye’s health first without making excuses for his actions or statements but also still remaining private?
say what you will about them (there’s a lot to say and it should be said) but this was flawless in my eyes 😳 https://t.co/3tlT4BcDY7
— D’Angelo Wallace (@dangelno) July 22, 2020
#KanyeWest I just don’t understand why people have to blame Kim Kardashian for Kanye’s mental illness like wtf. This woman has been nothing but supportive of Kanye west since day one. Yall hate the Kardashians and its irritating af pic.twitter.com/YMVg1JDLBL
— Reigns (@kennedyphungela) July 22, 2020
Azziad’s Leaked Rate Card Proves Her ‘Golden’ Status
Overnight sensation Azziad Nasenya is making headlines following her rate card leaking online late Wednesday. The TikTok star allegedly charges between 30,000 and 500,000 depending on packages and posts. From the now viral rate card, her most expensive package is her “monthly brand engagement package” going for Kshs. 500,000. The package includes 2 TikTok videos, 2 tweets, 3 Instagram posts, 4 Instastories and 2 Facebook posts.
Whereas a faction of the internet was in favor of her knowing her brand’s worth, others termed it “exaggerated”, bringing to light a debate around Generation Z’s “far-fetched expectations.”
What’s wrong with Azziad charging these rates? I mean it is HER brand, HER work! And she is good at it. Mnataka acharge 10k? I mean have you seen what influencers in other regions charge? No wonder that vlogger chic from the U.S. said working with Kenyan brands is the ghetto. pic.twitter.com/VAd0lYej7Z
— Kenyan Citizen 🇰🇪 (@BeingWesh) July 22, 2020
Me and my niggas recording our first tik took video after seeing Azziad card pic.twitter.com/u0IGgB0az2
— The Plantation Chief (@XMalcomme) July 22, 2020
Elsa makes moves? You’re mad.
Azziad makes moves? You’re mad.
Does allowing people to thrive physically harm you? Does it shatter your reality at such a fundamental level?
Plus: Their worth is their worth. The times we live in? Power is moving from gatekeepers with each day.
— Marcus Olang’ (@marcusolang) July 22, 2020
‘The Unfamiliar’ Movie Trailer Released
The official trailer for Vertical Entertainment’s indie-horror flick “The Unfamiliar” has been released. According to IMDB, The Henk Pretorius-directed movie stars Elizabeth Cormack (Jemima West), a British Army doctor who comes back from war thinking that she has PTSD, only to discover that there is a more daunting malevolence at work making the life that she knew unfamiliar.
“The Unfamiliar” premieres in North American theatres August 21,2020 and in other countries later on.
Official Trailer Release for The Unfamiliar
A new horror film that asks the spine-chilling question: “How do you fight an invisible enemy to keep your family safe?”
This @DMatterStudios film releases on 21 August in the USA, 11 September in the UK and on 28 October in SA. pic.twitter.com/IbJdixUOdg
— The Unfamiliar (@unfamiliarmovie) July 22, 2020
— Movie TV Tech Geeks (@movietvtechgeek) July 22, 2020
— William Morgan (@wm) July 23, 2020