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Twitter Streets: The Most Talked About Trends Today -Mar 5

Twitter Streets: The Most Talked About Trends Today -Mar 5

1. Luke Perry

Popular US hit show ‘Riverdale’ star, Luke Perry has died. Fredrick Andrews as was his cast name on the show died on Monday after suffering a massive stroke. Fellow actors sent their outpouring of love to Perry’s family describing him as one of a kind on set. Perry died at 52 years of age.

2. #DevolutionConference2019

The sixth annual devolution conference kicked off Monday morning in Kirinyaga county. What has however turned heads is the news of free condom distribution in the county ahead of the close to 2,000 delegates expected to attend the conference.

3. Kodak Black

The rapper came under fire for coming at Lil Wayne saying he should’ve died when he was a baby. Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter came to her father’s defense urging Black to respect him for being a pioneer in the rap industry. Things got even more heated when Black attempted to clear the air, making the situation worse. Lil Wayne has not commented about the matter.

4. Sonic Hedgehog

Tweeps went on rampage after never before seen posters of the live action character were released. The advertising agency which uploaded the character’s new design images brought them down hours later after it went viral. The Paramount pictures movie is set to premiere November 8th.

5. Game of Thrones

Season 8 of the most popular TV series in the world is set to premier in almost a month and a new series of 16 cover art photos have just been released to keep us entertained.

6. Keith Flint

The Prodigy’, frontman is dead at 49, one of his band mates confirmed. Liam Howelt writing on the group’s socials said, ‘The news is true, I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend.I’m shell shocked, f****n angry, confused and heartbroken’. Suicide was the cause of Flint’s death.

7. Mario Magonga

News broke out that Deputy President, William Ruto’s pilot had died in a plane crash alongside four other Americans in Turkana. The National Police service released a statement in part, ‘Available information indicates that two helicopters had landed earlier at Lobolo tented camp on the National Park’s Island, however one managed to clear the area safely’.

 

 

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