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Katy Perry is first twitter user to hit 100 million followers

American pop star Katy Perry has added a new honour to her crown: She is the first Twitter user to reach 100 million followers. The singer, who released her fifth studio album Witness this month, has frequently used Twitter throughout her career to announce new singles, tours, and sometimes, to air grievances. (Regarding grievances: Perry’s noted rival Taylor Swift has a comparatively paltry 85.1 million followers.) Coincidentally, Perry hit her milestone the same morning President Trump tweeted about having “over 100 million people” following him. (In truth, he has merely 32.4 million Twitter followers, and only cracks 63 million when adding in his Facebook and Instagram followings.

Beyonce and twins to continue stay at hospital

The world will have to wait a little while longer to have a glimpse of Beyonce’s twins. The superstar singer and her husband Jay Z reportedly welcomed their new twins almost a week ago but a minor issue has kept them in hospital. Sources close to the celebrities have indicated that the newborns may have been prematurely delivered and that they have had to be incubated before they are let to go home. ‘Doctors don’t “feel comfortable” releasing the new-borns just yet but they are expected to be OK,’ the source revealed.

Bebe Cool to die an artist not politician

Ugandan artiste Bebe Cool has rubbished rumours that he may soon be going into politics. The Mbozi za Malwa featuring Sauti Sol hit maker said in a recent interview that he would never go into politics as politicians are broke people. Despite his strong support for NRM and the President of Uganda, the artiste says his fall back plan is to retire into reggae music when he turns 50 years old. “I won’t join politics, politicians are broke people” “Artists that join politics don’t have music at heart; they joined to sing get rich and leave not because they loved music” he said. “After I reach 50years I’ll retire to Reggae Music that’s my fall back plan but I’ll die an artist not politician” he added.


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