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Doja Cat overtakes Drake to become most-listened rap artist on Spotify

Oct 16 2021 Share

When it comes to rappers, few can boast the phenomenal figures that Aubrey ‘Drake’ Graham has managed to garner over the years, but rap reportedly has a new queen and fans are going wild over it.

Doja Cat has reportedly topped the rapper’s list on Spotify, gaining the most monthly listeners on the global streaming service with the 25-year-old sitting at a humble 63.69 million monthly listeners, as opposed to Drake’s 63.3 million monthly listeners.

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Drake currently sits at third place, with ‘Industry Baby’ rapper “Lil Nas X surpassing him just slightly. with 63.62 million monthly listeners. All three artists releasing a new album over the past few weeks with “Certified Lover Boy”, “MONTERO” and “Planet Her”, garnering millions of streams with Justin Bieber holding the top spot overall lat 85.2 million monthly listeners.

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Three-year jail time and €4,000 fine for man who assaulted official in 2020

Three-year jail time and €4,000 fine for man who assaulted official in 2020
Oct 16 2021 Share

24-year-old Clyde Farrugia has been found guilty of punching two officials after being given a traffic fine in Nadur Gozo back in 2020.

The Naxxar resident was fined €4,000 and sentenced three years of jail time after assaulting two officials from Transport Malta for handing him a traffic violation, with the officials reporting that the man began to shout at them after being handed the fine.

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The man reportedly put the fine in his mouth and spat it out before approaching the officials and assaulting them. Magistrate Joe Mifsud stated that such action was inexcusable and unacceptable towards law enforcement officers and such personnel must be respected in tense situation.

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Fans are going crazy over Robert Pattinson’s perfect Batman voice

Fans are going crazy over Robert Pattinson’s perfect Batman voice
Oct 15 2021 Share

It seems as though the ex-Twilight actor has managed to seal his comic book fandom after managing to pull of what many are deeming the ‘perfect Batman voice.’ Robert Pattinson is due to put on the cowl in ‘The Batman’, directed by Matt Reeves. The first trailer was released last year, having a massive impact as fans saw the director’s brutal take on the caped crusader. A year later, and DC Fandome is returning this Saturday with teasers and trailers expected for many of its franchises. 

In the lead-up to the event, a short clip was released revealing how Pattinson sounds as the Dark Knight. Despite having no actual footage and just a blood-red bat signal, the short phrase Pattinson busts out sent fans mad. Pattinson, as Bruce Wayne, uttered; It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning.’ Comments went crazy after that, and with the film due to hit cinemas on March 4th 2022, it seems as though Pattinson has sealed his place as a Batman to remember. 

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Man jailed for three years for attacking officials at Nadur Carnival

Man jailed for three years for attacking officials at Nadur Carnival
Oct 15 2021 Share

A 24-year-old from Naxxar has received a three year jail sentence and a €4,000 fine after he was found guilty of assaulting two Transport Malta officials during the Nadur Carnival in Gozo back in 2020. The accused was found guilty of punching the duo after being fined for traffic violations. 

A police sergeant had testified that whilst on duty at the carnival, an altercation was reported to the piece. Two transport officials informed authorities that a man had approached them yelling at the fact that he was given a fine. 

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After allegedly stuffing the contravention notice in his mouth and spitting away, he later approached the two and punched them both in the face. The accused was found guilty, with Magistrate Joe Mifsud stating that it was inexcusable and unacceptable for law enforcement personnel to be assaulted on the job. The magistrate said that their orders were to be obeyed and that a level of respect must be shown. 

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