Twitter Streets: The Most Talked About Trends Today -July 9

Article by Oliver
Posted: July 09, 2019

KOT Reacts as Vera Sidika Darkens Her Skin Complexion

Vera Sidika surprised netizens on Monday as she allegedly changed her skin tone back to black. The reality TV star posted a darker version of herself in a photo captioned, “…Black don’t crack!” on her Instagram. However, many believed it was just make up, until she decided to do an Instagram Live. Reactions have since been trickling in fast and furious, with most appreciating her “black Barbie factory reset” look.

Starbucks Dismisses Rumors of Opening Shop in Nairobi

Starbucks has refuted claims of setting up shop in Nairobi. Reports flooded the internet on Monday, indicating that the international coffee retailer, would be opening a branch in Nairobi’s Mama Ngina street. In response to this, a Starbucks’ rep said, “I can confirm these reports are not accurate, we currently have no plans to open in Nairobi.”

Disney Reveals New ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Trailer

Disney has released the new trailer for its upcoming “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” movie. The adventure flick swoops in theaters worldwide on October 18.

KOT Sparks Conversation on the Legalization of Marijuana

Kenyans on twitter sparked a conversation on whether marijuana should be legalized. This comes after reports surfaced, that the substance was in plenty, and in high use at Jah Cure’s concert over the weekend. Opposing sides each shared their two cents on this conversation, through #WhyLegalizeIt.

‘Stranger Things 3’ Breaks Netflix Records

Season three of “Stranger Things” has broken new Netflix records, in just four days. After the release of the fictional horror web series on July 4th, “40.7 million household accounts have been watching the show, more than any other film of series in its first four days”,says Netflix adding, ” 18.2 million household accounts have already finished the entire eight-episode season”.

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