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    THE late Irene Cara had risen to fame in the 1980s, acting in Fame and songwriting for Flashdance, but before that she spent her childhood on the rough streets of New York City. Cara, who passed away at the age of 63 on Friday, began her life of stardom at the early age of three as a finalist for the Little Miss America Pageant in 1962. 3Irene Cara died at he age of 63Credit: Getty 3She grew up on the 'rough street of New York City' before rising to fame in the 1980sCredit: Rex She was born in the Bronx and the youngest of five from her Puerto Rican and Cuban-American parents. Cara grew up with the late singer and songwriter Luther Vandross. In her podcast - The Irene Cara Music video podcasts: The Back Story - Cara called Vandross her "beloved mentor and dearest friend." She said she met him when she was 15 and that she grew up on the "rough streets of New York City, together, with him and so many of our other singers...
    ‘Magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all?’ It’s a tale as old as time: Women and girls struggling with self-image and comparing themselves to their peers. Social comparison is, after all, a fundamentally human instinct. But in a disturbing departure from the past, today’s social media technology has supercharged our natural obsession with beauty and the results are terrifying. I would know. As an older Gen Z-er, my generation was the first to grow up completely plugged into social media, and as the platforms transformed, my peers followed suit. I created my Instagram account at just 11 years old and watched social media evolve from a digital forum for innocently shared photos of beautiful sunsets and fancy meals to an arena for full-fledged social struggle. Seemingly everyone felt the need to keep up with the the digital Joneses by posting provocative and revealing photos of themselves in act of the most expensive and glamorous activities possible. Gen Z developed a dual sense of self: The real one and the digital one. And as we absorbed these...
    Last weekend, police removed a group of lesbians calling themselves ‘Get The L Out’ from the Pride Cymru procession in Cardiff, claiming that the women were causing a ‘confrontation’ with trans activists and supporters.  In recent decades, we have become used to the idea that such Pride marches are something we can all be part of to celebrate diversity. But this incident tells me, loud and clear, that for lesbians like me this is simply no longer true.  We are no longer welcome at such events; it is time for us to break from the ever-growing list of identities that make up the current acronym of LGBTQQI.  Has the rainbow acronym expanded so far that it is now meaningless? In my view, the coalition of voices is now so deeply divided that it simply makes no sense to those of us who have been campaigning for lesbian and gay equality for years.  Last weekend, police removed a group of lesbians calling themselves ‘Get The L Out’ from the Pride Cymru procession in Cardiff Alongside a growing number of lesbians, I...
    On hot, muggy summer days it can be difficult to imagine the cool, crisp days of fall, but they’re not very far away. Though it’s always hottest in August, mid-summer is already far behind us. So, while the tomatoes are ripening and the zucchini are growing a mile a minute, the best of the garden will be finished in another couple months. But wait! Before you throw in the trowel, let’s look at the vegetables that can be planted now for a fall harvest. In fact, many cool-weather crops that we try to start early enough in the spring to beat the heat are more easily grown starting now; while they need cool temperatures for best growth, most germinate best in warm soil. If you’d like to be picking your own garden-fresh produce into October, November and even beyond, think about growing some of these: Greens: Lettuce, Spinach, Corn Salad (Mache), Mesclun, Arugula, Parsley, Chicory, Endive Root Crops: Beets, Onions, Turnips, Carrots, Radishes, Parsnips Cole Crops: Broccoli, Cabbage, Kale, Mustard Greens, Collards, Kohlrabi, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts Peas Swiss Chard It...
    An eye-opening Facebook thread has revealed what Millennials thought were the symbols of wealth growing up - ranging from a personal landline in your bedroom to having an ice dispenser on the fridge. The viral discussion, which has racked up 1,700 comments on the Pizza Bottle page, was kickstarted by reposting a Tweet from a US man who said that he'd believed a basketball hoop with a clear backboard 'meant you were rich'.  'What are somet things you thought were indicators of wealth when you were a kid?' he asked, and replies flooded in from around the world.  For some people, it was the family dynamic, with many admitting that in better off families, the parents were still together and everyone sat around the dinner table.  Meanwhile, a US Facebook user said 'having real Kool Aid or Pop Tarts' instead of the unbranded versions.  A US Facebook user said that they thought 'having Kellogs branded pop tarts' was a sign of wealth instead of the knock off version called Toast 'Ems connectpoliticditto asked people what they thought were indicators of wealth,...
    CHELSEA striker sensation Armando Broja is the latest emerging talent set to play a big role in Thomas Tuchel's senior squad this season. The 19-year-old Albanian, who signed a new five-year deal on Sunday, grew up idolising club legend Didier Drogba. 6 Armando Broja signed a new five-year Chelsea dealCredit: Getty 6 Chelsea sensation Armando Broja has signed a new five-year dealCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6 Albanian striker Broja grew up idolising Chelsea legend Didier DrogbaCredit: Getty Images - Getty And if that's not enough the powerful striker was plucked from bitter rivals Spurs when he was a youngster.TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS After playing for his local club Burnham Juniors, Broja went on trial to Reading. He trained there, but wanted bigger and better things. Broja also played with the Fulham academy, and impressed coaches so much he was placed in a team with players on scholarship deals. But it was Premier League giants Tottenham who were the first to secure a deal with Broja. "I went to a tournament with Burnham Juniors and there was a Spurs scout there...
    Elon Musk's mother bashed a New York Times' article about the white privilege her son allegedly enjoyed growing up in apartheid-era South Africa. Maye Musk condemned the article, published on Thursday, that suggested her son was sheltered from the segregation and anti-black government propaganda that plagued South Africa throughout his childhood.  In promoting the article on Twitter, the Times wrote: 'Elon Musk grew up in elite white communities in South Africa, detached from apartheid's atrocities and surrounded by anti-Black propaganda.  'He sees his takeover of Twitter as a free speech win but in his youth did not suffer the effects of misinformation,' The Times added, referencing Musk's $44 billion takeover of the social media platform.  Maye snapped back at the paper on Twitter, writing: 'In South Africa, if you publicly opposed apartheid, you went to jail. In Russia, if you publicly oppose the war, you go to jail. @nytimes, are you going to blame children for decisions made by governments?'  The New York Times published an article (pictured) suggesting Elon Musk was sheltered from the horrors of apartheid in South...
    Britney Spears on Sunday took to Instagram with an emotional post in which she mused about her teenage sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15, growing older. The musical artist, 40, opened up about the sentimental side of parenthood as her children age, and the emotional toll it takes on her. 'I will just say it just like when my boys got bigger … IT LITERALLY SUCKS,' the ...Baby One More Time singer said in the caption. 'They [don't] need me anymore … I’ve cried oceans for my boys and I’m not lying!!!! Hopefully one day I can show recent pics of us but in the meantime, I respect their wishes!!!! The latest: Britney Spears, 40, on Sunday took to Instagram with an emotional post in which she mused about her teenage sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15, growing older The (You Drive Me) Crazy singer, who is engaged to fiancé Sam Asghari, 28, shares both sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline, 43, who she was married to from 2004 thru 2007. The Grammy-winner accompanied the post with a...
    Slain New York Police Department Officer Jason Rivera said in a 2020 letter obtained The New York Post that police "bothered" him growing up in an immigrant family, but he wanted to help bring positive change by becoming an officer himself. Rivera, 22, was fatally shot Friday evening in Harlem while responding to a domestic dispute. His partner, Wilbert Mora, 27, was gravely wounded and hospitalized. "When I applied to become a police officer, I knew this was the career for me," Rivera wrote in a "Why I Became a Police Officer" letter to the commissioner of the NYPD's training academy reviewed by the Post.  (Jason Rivera (NYPD)) "Coming from an immigrant family, I will be the first to say that I am a member of the NYPD, the greatest police force in the world," the then-rookie officer wrote. Rivera grew up in Inwood, a neighborhood on the northernmost part of Manhattan when "the community’s relationship between the police and community was not great" — about a decade into New York City's controversial stop-and-frisk program, he explained. The now-deceased...
    SHE may be married to a boxer husband worth £70million but glamorous wife Paris Fury didn’t grow up in the lap of luxury. In her book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, the mum-of-six grew up in a traveller family and said she didn’t use the loo or shower in her family’s trailer. 8Paris and champion boxer Tyson live in Morecambe 8Paris grew up in a traveller community and had to use her family's outside loo and shower inside of the one inside her trailerCredit: parisfury1/Instagram Paris, whose maiden name was Mulroy, grew up in a traveller community in Doncaster and said she had to queue in the freezing cold to have a wash. Her parents had their own 24-foot trailer, while Paris slept with two siblings in their own one next door. Paris wrote: “In keeping with Gypsy tradition, we chose not to use our indoor bathrooms.  “Because the shower and toilet cubicles were so near to the cooking and eating areas, Travellers considered it unhygienic to use them – or to launder clothes...
    PAUL POGBA has revealed Muhammad Ali was his 'hero' growing up and learned lessons from the heavyweight boxing legend. The Manchester United midfielder explained it was Ali's civil rights activism and impact he made outside of the ring which inspired him most. 2Heavyweght boxing legend Muhammad AliCredit: Getty 2Paul Pogba has revealed Muhammad Ali was his 'hero' growing upCredit: Getty Speaking to Sky Sports for Black History Month, Pogba, 28, said: "He was someone that I think kind of saved lives. "A hero is somebody that saves lives, that helps people, and I think that is what he did. "He saved a lot of people, but not by taking somebody out of the fire, but just by giving a good message, helping the world, saying the truth when it was difficult to say, at a time when it was difficult for black people. "He spoke for the black community and helped us to have freedom today." Pogba carries the same level of confidence on the field that Ali did in the ring. And the 2018 World Cup winner...
    GROWING Up Chrisley fans think Savannah Chrisley has split from fiancé Nic Kerdiles AGAIN. The speculation comes after the 24-year-old shared a cryptic Instagram post about “breakups.” 5Savannah's fans think she broke up with Nic againCredit: Instagram 5The TV personality shared a cryptic post about 'breakups'Credit: Instagram 5Savannah and Nic reconciled in August after calling off the engagementCredit: Instagram Savannah took to her business Sassy by Savannah’s Instagram account on Wednesday to share a text post, which read: “Roses are red. Breakups suck. But don’t worry girl, you’ll have better luck.” The account captioned the post: “Words to live by ????❤️” Shortly after the brand’s account posted the photos, Chrisley Knows Best fans rushed to the comments section to wonder if Savannah and Nic, 27, split again. One person wrote: “Oh nooooo.....I hope this isn't u and Nic. ????” Another wrote: “Awwwwww I feel so sad for you!!!!!” Most read in EntertainmentHOWIE'S HORROR Howie Mandel son gives update on dad's health as he 'lies lifeless on floor'HOWIE'S HEALTH SCARE Howie Mandel rushed to hospital after fainting at LA StarbucksPOOSH-ING FANS...
    The 15 Best Moisturizers for Dry, Sensitive Skin Dak Prescott looking to start fast, be better than last year for Cowboys It's been nearly two decades since Steve Burns exited Blue's Clues, but he's never forgotten the friends he made along the way. © Provided by People nickelodeon In a video message Tuesday to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary, Burns returned — clad in his iconic green-striped shirt — to share a heartfelt explanation about his "abrupt" departure back in 2002 and reflect on the impact the show has had on his life. "You remember how, when we were younger, we used to run around and hang out with Blue and find clues and talk to Mr. Salt and freak out about the mail and do all the fun stuff? And then one day, I was like, 'Oh hey, guess what? Big news. I'm leaving!' " he began the video message, adding: "Can we just talk about that?" "I realize that was kind of abrupt. I just kinda got up and went to college," he continued. "That was really...
    REBORN Romelu Lukaku has finally made the move back to Chelsea from Inter Milan. The Belgium star, 28, was desperate for a move to Stamford Bridge this summer and made the switch on Thursday for a club record fee of £97.5m on a reported contract of £325,000-per-week. 23Romelu Lukaku has completed his £97.5m move to Chelsea 23The Belgium forward has returned to Stamford Bridge and has unfinished business with the clubCredit: Instagram @romelulukaku 23Lukaku is said to have inked a contract worth around £325,000-per-week Lukaku believes he has unfinished business in the Premier League, after failing to establish himself in West London first time round. The powerful centre forward has rejuvenated his career in Serie A - scoring 64 goals in two seasons to become one of the world's most feared strikers. He's come a long way since his tough childhood growing up in Antwerp, Belgium. When his father was sentenced to 15 months in jail for assaulting a woman and keeping her in the boot of his car, a claim he strenuously denied, the family were forced to live...
    Vogue's newest fashion editor Rawdah Mohamed has revealed people 'assume she is forced to wear a hijab'. The 29-year-old model was born in Somalia and grew up in a refugee camp before moving to Norway with her family at the age of nine, where she has said she faced 'constant bullying' for wearing a head scarf. It was announced earlier this year that Rawdah, who is a trained behavioural analyst, has landed the role of fashion editor at Vogue Scandinavia, which is set to launch later this week. She has now insisted she is 'not a token hire' for the magazine, despite having never worked as a journalist, telling The Times: 'There’s a lot of tokenism in fashion – you’re hired because you tick, say, the Asian box.But one of the things that made me comfortable in this interview process was they knew how I styled and what fashion meant to me and the things that I tried to express through my clothing.  'It wasn’t just like, ‘Oh yay, she’s hijabi and black!’ It was one of the first times...
    An 8-year-old, American-born orphan who grew up under the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria was rescued from a Syrian detention camp last month. The girl, Aminah, was born to Ariel Bradley, a woman from Chattanooga, Tennessee, who was raised as an Evangelical Christian before converting to Islam and marrying a jihadist who moved the family to Syria. Bradley and her husband were killed in the international campaign against ISIS, leaving Aminah an orphan. She lived for years under the care of her Somali jihadist stepmother, who kept her hidden from the United States's Kurdish allies in a sprawling detention camp, according to a report from Buzzfeed on Monday. TENNESSEE MAN ARRESTED AFTER PUBLICIZING PRO-ISIS MEDIA, AUTHORITIES SAY Aminah's plight was relayed by a former ISIS bride in Canada, who had been a friend of Bradley's, to former U.S. diplomat Peter Galbraith, now an adviser for the International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism. Galbraith has worked for the past few years to repatriate ISIS families who are U.S. citizens. He used his connections to...
    More On: isis Iraq PM says US troops no longer needed to fight Islamic terrorists 11 officers killed, 4 missing after ambush in West Africa ISIS fangirl sentenced to 16 years in prison for NYC bomb plot Detained ISIS bride wants a second chance: ‘I don’t think I was a terrorist’ A US-born 8-year-old girl who grew up with her ISIS parents has been rescued from a Syrian camp — and is now awaiting word to see if she can return to the US, according to a report. Aminah Mohamad, the daughter of an American woman from Tennessee, had been living under ISIS control since 2014 before being sent to a Kurdish-controlled detention camp where she was rescued July 17, according to Buzzfeed. On Saturday, she was interviewed by the International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism about her life with the terror group, ex-diplomat Peter Galbraith told the outlet. “She clearly self-identified as Amina and talked about her family with deep sadness,” said the rescue group’s director, Anne Speckhard. Speckhard said the girl “doesn’t...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A Bensenville man is creating a buzz in the food industry with a product and business model that is a real stress relieve for both buyers and sellers. You’ve heard of “Farm to Table.” At heaven’s honey, it’s “From Comb to Home.” RELATED: Chicago Weather: Frigid Valentines Weekend Could Be Coldest Ever They collect local beekeepers surplus and then fill the public’s desire for raw, unfiltered honey. “We’re in over 200 stores,” said founder Abdullah Motiwala. Customer Christina Fantozzi dollops Heaven’s Honey over all sorts of food and not just for the taste. “One of the first changes I started to see since using this honey was my allergies kind of become less,” Fantozzi said. It’s good for the body and the bees. Handlers must follow founder Motiwala’s rules. “We make sure that they’re not using any pesticides or chemicals in their vegetation,” said Motiwala. He explains how his Bensenville business model is mixing up the industry. RELATED: Aurora Store Owner Says Protesters Outside His Store Have Started Following Him; Protesters Say His Mask Policy Of Pulling Mask...
    Sen.-elect Raphael Warnock (D) early Wednesday reflected on his path as a child who grew up in public housing in Georgia to becoming the first Black American to win election to the Senate in the Peach State. “My roots are planted deeply in Georgia soil: A child who grew up in the Kayton Homes housing projects of Savannah, Georgia, number 11 out of 12 children, a proud graduate of Morehouse College and the pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, the spiritual home of Martin Luther King Jr. and Congressman John LewisJohn LewisLIVE COVERAGE: House votes to name Speaker 2020: A year in photos President Obama, John Legend cut new ad for Jon Ossoff MORE [D-Ga.],” Warnock said during an address he gave declaring victory in his bid to unseat Sen. Kelly LoefflerKelly LoefflerWarnock defeats Loeffler in Georgia Senate runoff The Memo: Georgia voters deliver blow to Trump Warnock win puts Democrats within reach of Senate majority MORE (R-Ga.). He added that the historic feat proves “anything is possible.”  He also discussed his late father, Jonathan Warnock, who he noted was...
    JACK Wells cannot wait to complete the journey from starstruck young season ticket holder to following in the footsteps of the players he cheered. And his desire to be a rugby league player was really lit by a touchline verbal skirmish. 4 Jack Wells is ready to live the dream by playing for boyhood heroes SalfordCredit: SALFORD RED DEVILS Wells grew up yards from Salford’s old Willows home and was a season ticket holder for the best part of 10 years in the Family Stand. Now after leaving Wigan, he is a Red Devil and cannot wait to start impressing supporters, including dad Tim, brother Dan and plenty of friends. Doing that would also end three years of injury frustration and after going close in both Super League and Challenge Cup, he sees no reason why they cannot take the next step under new boss Richard Marshall. Wells, 23, recalled: “I remember being in the Family Stand and Stuart Littler took the ball in and there was a bit of handbags. “I just heard what he said as I was...
    Happy Birthday, Malaika Arora! An actress, model, dancer, Malaika is an epitome of grace. With time, she only gets better, just like wine! From her first appearance on television as a VJ for MTV to her breathtaking dance moves, Malaika became the reigning queen of many hearts. Smart, sexy and stylish, it is impossible to match up to her level of bold and sass. And we must admit, more than her acting, her success is credited to her awesome dance skills. She turns 47 today, yes, you read that right. We cannot even call her goals because that is way too hard to achieve. The 90s kids in our country have watched her ruling the Indie pop songs, and she danced right into our hearts! As we celebrate Malaika’s birthday, let us look at five of the songs that made her every 90s kid’s ultimate crush. Malaika made her Bollywood debut as a producer through Arbaaz Khan’s production company, but she later ventured into acting in films. She starred up in several movies like Kaante, Bichhoo, Dil Se, to...
    By now, the annual green chile harvest and selling season have nearly wrapped up, with tens of thousands of bushels of roasted peppers from both Colorado and New Mexico safely stored in freezers. But the fiery rivalry between the Pueblo growing region and the world-renowned Hatch Valley in New Mexico lives on. At Mountain Toad Brewing in Golden, the battle will take on liquid form today when co-owner Thad Briggs taps two different chile beers, one made from Pueblo chiles and one made from the Hatch version. "We do a Smoked Hatch Pale Ale every year," Briggs says. But this time around, when the brewery posted about it on social media, a regular customer "teasingly called us out for not representing Colorado's Pueblo chiles. We accepted the challenge and said if he could bring us some hot Pueblo chilies, we'd brew with them. So he did and I asked him what he thought the base should be, and he agreed that a light crisp pale ale would be best." We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of...
    Morgan Wallen has been dropped from performing on "Saturday Night Live" after breaking the show's COVID-19 protocols. The country singer posted a two-plus minute video on social media Wednesday about the show's decision. He apologized after he was shown on TikTok socializing maskless at a crowded bar and house party this past weekend in Alabama. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Morgan Wallen (@morganwallen) on Oct 7, 2020 at 3:06pm PDT Wallen was listed as a musical guest for this Saturday's show. The singer was emotional during his post, adding that he had spoken to the show's creator and producer Lorne Michaels. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "I respect the show's decision because I know that I put them in jeopardy," he said.  The 27-year-old Wallen said his actions were "short-sighted" and has affected his long-term goals and dreams. "On a more personal note, I think I have some growing up to do," he said. "I think I've lost myself a little bit. I've tried to find joy in the wrong places and,...
    WHEN Shania Twain talks about her late parents, Sharon and Jerry, her voice breaks with understandable emotion. “I wish they had lived to see my success and enjoy it,” she says. “I’d love to have given them a better life.” 7Shania Twain talks about growing up in poverty and her late parentsCredit: © Alexander Harbaugh 2019 Growing up in poverty, she dreamed of being a professional singer while they struggled to pay the bills. The big family, which included her siblings Jill, Carrie Ann, Darryl and Mark, lived in the Canadian gold rush town of Timmins, Ontario. They couldn’t be sure of food on the table so, from the age of eight, Shania (born Eilleen) sang in bars to bring in much-needed cash. Her stints often started at midnight in front of drunken stragglers. “Before I even graduated from high school, I’d done years of singing Top 40 country, Top 40 rock, folk, every genre,” she recalls. Then in 1987, before she made the big time, biological mum Sharon and Jerry, the stepfather she thought of as her real dad...
    A NORTH Korean defector who made it to United States has opened up about what it was like growing up "completely purged from rest of the world." Yeonmi Park - a 26-year-old human rights activist who escaped North Korea in 2007 - has recounted her troubling past in an interview with the New York Post this week. 5Yeonmi Park is a 26-year-old human rights activist who escaped North Korea in 2007Credit: EPA 5The defector grew up thinking Kim Jong Il, who passed away in 2011, and his son, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, pictured, were godsCredit: EPA “What you need to know about North Korea is that it’s not like other countries like Iran or Cuba," she told the news outlet. “In those countries, you have some kind of understanding that they are abnormal, they are isolated and the people are not safe. “But North Korea has been so completely purged from the rest of the world, it’s literally a Hermit Kingdom." Park fled to China with her mom at the age of 13 in search for freedom. She explained...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It’s part science, part magic — a Placerville winery has a way to make its vines grow a different kind of grape. At Boeger Winery in Placerville, they are growing a new varietal of grapes not from the ground up, but rather, from the vine up in a method called grafting. “It’s a quicker way to expand acreage of a variety you might already have,” Justin Boeger, the general manager of Boeger Winery, said. “We’ve taken an old vine of Primitivo that was growing and we cut the top off and we took buds from the Negroamaro vine and inserted them into the trunk of the vine here.” Negroamaro is a dark-skinned grape best known in southern Italy. Growing this varietal from scratch would take much longer, and time is money. “It takes two years to get a crop when you graft, versus if we were to do the traditional method of rip out a vineyard that costs about three to four times as much and it takes three years to get a small crop,” Boeger said....
    Instagram The current season of WE Tv’s Growing Up Hip Hop has seen its fair share of drama and main cast quitting the show. On top of Master P and Romeo quitting, Egypt Criss has also left the show. “I can’t be a part of something like this,” Romeo said on the show earlier in the season after a tense meeting with the entire cast including his father, Master P. “I’m not a part of it. I’m walking away.” Other cast members reacted, with Boogie being shocked, saying “Ro said he quit. I think it would have been more respectable if he did it by himself instead of bringing his daddy along.” Romeo cited producers cutting and editing scenes in order to create drama and push false narratives, and he even shared a video of him talking arguing with producers that ultimately led to the decision he made about leaving the show.Egypt Criss Announced She Was Quitting ‘GUHH’ As Well View this post on Instagram I respect myself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves me,...
    Getty Jojo Simmons attends as WEtv celebrates the premieres of Growing Up Hip Hop New York and Untold Stories of Hip Hop on August 19, 2019 in New York City. In recent episodes of We TV’s Growing Up Hip Hop leading up to the season finale, JoJo and Lil Twist have been fighting. The friends have since made up, and there are no hard feelings between the two. According to the episode synopsis for tonight’s episode, “JoJo and Twist’s fight rages on and bursts into flames. Sam and Egypt threaten Tee Tee’s life-changing moment. Angela hits Bow with the burning question about their relationship until Bow spills that he has a secret surprise.” JoJo and Twist have had their differences in the past, but when JoJo got pushed by Twist in a recent episode, he was caught off guard. Twist, however, still claims that he was disrespected by JoJo first.JoJo and Twist Are Still Friends View this post on Instagram Season Finale Next Week #GUHH ! Next Season is gone b even crazier !! Finally got a platform...
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