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Austin man shot and executed during Black Lives Matter peaceful protest

Austin man shot and executed during Black Lives Matter peaceful protest

Austin man shot and executed during Black Lives Matter peaceful protest

The suspect is in custody and helping authorities. 

A man, presently distinguished as Garrett Foster, was shot and killed in Austin Saturday (July 25) evening after a driver pushed through a horde of protestors, ABC7 reports. 

As indicated by police, the episode happened at about 9:50 p.m. on Fourth Street and Congress Avenue blocks from the Texas state legislative center. Witnesses state the driver blew his horn loudly, turned down Congress, and afterward plowed through the group. 

Foster, who was authorized to carry, was apparently conveying an AK-47 when he moved toward the vehicle. The man driving the vehicle at that point purportedly discharged various shots with three of the bullets striking the person in question. 

There were different protestors on the scene with rifles who discharged shots at the man’s vehicle as he hurried off. One observer on the scene, Hiram Gilberto, caught everything on his Facebook live stream. In the video, the march gives off an impression of being generally peaceful until a loud honking sound is heard trailed by a progression of shots and curdled shouts. 

CPR was performed on Foster by EMS. He later died at Dell Seton Medical Center. 

Police have arrested the supposed shooter and are examining the event as a murder. Authorities state the suspect is participating

Foster’s mom, Sheila Foster, showed up on “Good Morning America” on Sunday (July 26) and says her child was a regular at these protests alongside his fiancée Whitney Mitchell, who he’d need to push in a wheelchair since she is a quadruple amputee. 

His mother guarantees her child was pushing Mitchell’s wheelchair minutes before he was shot. Mitchell was not harmed during the shooting.

“He was doing it because he feels really strongly about justice and he’s very heavily against police brutality, and he wanted to support his fiancée,” Mrs. Foster told “GMA.”

On Sunday (July 26) morning, around 50 protestors assembled around Austin Police Department in protest.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help fund-raise for Mr. Cultivate’s memorial service costs. Up until this point, over $50,000 has been given from supporters.

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Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

“I don’t know how I got it but I got it,” she said.

Doja Cat is talking openly about her Coronavirus diagnosis. 

During a meeting with Capital XTRA on Friday (July 25), the 24-year-old rapper said that she was diagnosed with the infection and is capable of making a full recovery. “I got COVID. Honestly, I don’t know how this happens but I guess I ordered something off of Postmates and… I don’t know how I got it but I got it,” she confessed.

“I’m okay now. It was a four-day symptom freak out but I’m fine now,” she added.

Doja Cat’s admission came after an Instagram Live meeting in which she didn’t seem to comprehend the seriousness of the virus. “I’m not scared of Coronavirus,” she said during a live stream in March. “You just take some Mucinex and drink water and tea and sleep — that’s all you gotta do.”

The “Say So” songstress joined a bunch of famous people, who have additionally been determined to have Coronavirus, including D.L. Hughley, Russell Westbrook, Idris Elba and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. During Scarface’s understanding, he confronted kidney disappointment. 

“COVID attacked my lungs first, and then it attacked my kidneys and knocked them out,” he said. “I got full lung recovery, but my kidneys never came back. I’m still a little weak. I don’t have a lot of strength in my legs yet. I still haven’t got full taste back and sense of smell yet. But, I am glad to be alive.”

Beside her ongoing meeting, Doja Cat gave $100,000 to Breonna Taylor’s justice fund a month ago. In a post to Instagram, the “Juicy” spitter uncovered the news. “Happy birthday to the beautiful Breonna Taylor, who would have been celebrating her 27th birthday today,” she wrote. “I am donating $100,000 to Justice For Breonna Taylor Fund #BIRTHDAYFORBREONNA and I am inviting you all to honor and celebrate her with me by donating whatever you can and signing her petition – the link is in my bio.”

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New York City reports first day of zero COVID-19 deaths

New York City reports first day of zero COVID-19 deaths

New York City reports first day of zero COVID-19 deaths

New York City reports first day of zero COVID-19 deaths

Governor Cuomo is as yet encouraging New York occupants to continue wearing mask covers and keep up social distancing practices.

New York City has detailed its first day of zero Coronavirus passings since the state’s first official recorded details on March 11, NBC New York reports.

When the country’s focal point of the COVID-19 outbreak, information from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene demonstrates that nobody died from the infection on Saturday (July 11), be that as it may, there were two plausible passings.

The most elevated number of passings statewide supposedly hit 799 fatalities on April 9 with a sum of 24,000 Coronavirus losses and rising.

New York City has a detailed complete of 18,670 affirmed deaths from the pandemic up until now.

On Sunday (July 12), the territory of Florida revealed in excess of 15,000 positive instances of the infection in a single day, clearing the record recently held by New York.

The city propelled stage three of state reviving on July 6, taking into account nail salons, tanning studios, and dog runs to open up for business once more. Indoor eating remains deferred and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has requested travelers from specific states to self-isolate for 14 days.

Senator Cuomo is additionally asking New York occupants to continue wearing mass covers and keep up social distancing. He as of late cautioned that the infection could peak once more.

Black and Hispanic New Yorkers have been hit the worst by the virus and have died at more than twice the rate of white people and Asians.

To get ready for another conceivable uptick, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city is presently working out a reserve of ventilators, defensive hardware, COVID-19 test units, and more than 18 million shelf-stable dinners.

As indicated by The New York Times, new cases of Coronavirus in the United States increased 53 percent for a total of 60,768 infections as of Saturday (July 11) and deaths were up 25 percent for a total of 675 dead.

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Future dispatches COVID-19 grant for college freshmen

Future dispatches COVID-19 grant for college freshmen

Future dispatches COVID-19 grant for college freshmen

Future dispatches COVID-19 grant for college freshmen

The “I’m Still a Dreamer” grant is intended to assist understudies with arriving at their objectives in the midst of the pandemic. 

Future is proceeding to utilize his FreeWishes Foundation to offer assistance in the midst of the pandemic. On Wednesday (July 8) the High Off Life rapper reported his “I’m Still a Dreamer” grant for incoming college freshman. 

“You don’t need to be in the ideal circumstance or originated from the ideal foundation to go after your fantasies,” Future said in a press proclamation. “Notwithstanding this COVID-19 pandemic, I urge all visionaries to keep on thinking beyond practical boundaries,” 

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must live in Georgia, have at least a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled in an accredited college for the 2020 fall term. Interested students can apply by submitting a personal video detailing how Coronavirus has affected their lives. The scholarship value ranges up to $2,500.

“We recognize that numerous families have been monetarily affected by COVID-19,” Future’s mom Stephanie Jester, who helped to establish FreeWishes, included. “As we quick forward into this new atmosphere we want to keep on making dreams work out as expected and wishes materialize.” 

Recently, Future utilized his establishment to give masks to essential workers in Atlanta and past. As per Complex, the rapper’s “Cover On” battle, which teamed up with neighborhood sewing organization Atlanta Sewing Style, gave more than 100,000 masks to medical clinics and different offices. 

“We started seeing stories about doctors saying they had to reuse their masks, and then some were getting infected because they didn’t have the proper equipment. That was alarming to us,” FreeWishes Communications and Brand Strategist Abesi Manyando told Complex. “At first, we were thinking, could we order masks from somewhere? But there were absolutely no masks available—not the specific ones that the healthcare workers needed.”

Applications for Future’s “I’m Still a Dreamer” grant are expected by July 27 and the victors will be uncovered on Aug. 4. One beneficiary will likewise be granted a selective “I Am A Dreamer” hoodie.

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