Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- May 29

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Posted: May 29, 2020

Edgar Obare’s Latest Exposé Targets Radio Presenter Alex Mwakideu

Less than a fortnight since publicly revealing Jalango’s controversial “boys club” WhatsApp group conversations, Edgar Obare is back and going all in on radio presenter Alex Mwakideu, Jalango’s co-host.

On Thursday, the citizen journalist shared screenshots implicating Mwakideu in infidelity claims. The screenshots revealed that the Milele FM presenter might have been allegedly having an affair, with his former producer at the radio station. The latest revelations stirred up the internet, sparking mixed reactions on how some Kenyan celebrities hide behind their seemingly virtuous lives. Neither Mwakideu nor the lady have yet to respond, after Obare’s reaching out for “right of reply”.

Henry Cavill in Talks to Return as Superman in Upcoming DC Movie

Henry Cavill is in talks to return as the world’s favorite superhero, Superman, in an upcoming DC universe film. “Sources confirm to Variety that the ‘Man of Steel’ actor is in talk to return as Clark Kent”, according to Variety. Deadline further says that Cavill could come back in a couple of different ways, “not a standalone film, but there are plans to put him back in the big red cape again”.

The 37-year-old British actor first starred as Superman in “Man of Steel” (2013), reprising his role three years later in “Superman Vs Batman”, then “Justice League” in 2017.

Madonna Slammed Over Son’s ‘Stamp Out Racism’ Video

Madonna is getting flack for posting a video of her son dancing to “stamp out racism”.

The 61-year-old pop star tweeted the video on Thursday as her 14-year-old danced to Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Care About Us”. The song was in tribute to black man George Floyd who was killed on account of police brutality in Minneapolis earlier this week. “Brutal murder travels around the world my son David Dances to honor and pay tribute to George and His Family and all Acts of Racism and Discrimination that happen on a daily basis in America. #davidbanda#JusticeforGeorgeFloyd#MichaelJackson “, captioned Madonna alongside the video.

However, the internet dismissed her innocent post with a faction calling her out for “wiping out” racism in a song. Here are some of the reactions;

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