Daily Archives: January 25, 2018

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Kylie Jenner Shows Off Baby Bump In First Public Photo In Months

For the first time in months, Kylie Jenner was photographed in public with her baby bump showing.

By Kevin Goddard 

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Kylie Jenner has kept just about everything about her pregnancy under wraps. In fact, we haven’t seen much of her at all since September when the rumors first started surfacing online that she was having Travis Scott’s baby. Well, we did get a little tease last week when Kylie was spotted in the new Calvin Klein ad with her entire family, although she covered up her stomach the whole time. But finally after about 6 months of hiding, the first real photo of Kylie’s baby bump has surfaced online. Continue reading

Lil Wayne & Juelz Santana Drop Their New Collaboration “Bloody Mary”

Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana get together for “Bloody Mary.”

By Aron A.

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Once upon a time, Lil Wayne and Juelz Santanahad one of the most anticipated joint mixtapes in the works with I Can’t Feel Me Face. Unfortunately, we’ve yet to receive it but there were some hints lately that suggested we may get it at some point this year. However, while we wait for that project to drop (or not), Weezy comes through with his second release in two days with the Juelz Santana assisted “Bloody Mary.” Continue reading

Bank of America ends free checking option, a bastion for low-income customers

By: Colin Dwyer 

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Bank of America’s latest fee arrangements for checking accounts could hit hardest with those who can least afford it, say critics.

Bank of America is eliminating eBanking accounts this month, transferring their owners into accounts that charge a maintenance fee if they don’t maintain a minimum balance or get direct deposit. The move ends a program introduced in 2010 and completes a phaseout begun several years ago, when the bank stopped offering eBanking as an option to new customers. Continue reading

50 Cent forgot he took 700 bitcoins for a 2014 album. Now, they’re worth $7.5 million

By: Bill Chappell 

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50 Cent was among the first musicians to accept bitcoin for his work, starting with his 2014 album Animal Ambition. He’s seen here days after the album’s release in June of 2014. Reuters

When 50 Cent agreed to accept bitcoin for purchases of his 2014 album Animal Ambition, a unit of the cryptocurrency was already worth hundreds of dollars — but the value of those sales has since skyrocketed, and the rapper’s bitcoin holding is now reportedly worth more than $7.5 million. Continue reading