BTS Louis Vuitton House Ambassador Meaning as K Pop Stars Team Up With Fashion House

Louis Vuitton has announced that K-pop superstars BTS are their newest ambassadors. The luxury brand welcomed the beloved boyband to the family on April 23 via Twitter. “#BTS for #LouisVuitton. Joining as new House Ambassadors, the world renowned Pop Icons @bts_bighit are recognized for their uplifting messages that impart a positiveContinue Reading

Netflix Reveals Profitability in South Korea

Global streaming giant Netflix is on course for profitability in South Korea, a market that it has identified as key. Local unit Netflix Services Korea revealed 2020 sales of $356 million (KRW416 billion) and operating profits of $7.54 million (KRW8.82 billion). Both figures are sharply up compared with 2019. Year-on-year revenues grew by 125%, while…Continue Reading


According to the National Brain Tumor Society, an estimated 700,000 people in the U.S. are living with a primary brain tumor, and approximately 85,000 more will be diagnosed in 2021. Unfortunately, one of those individuals is Atlanta-based news anchor Jovita Moore. Channel 2 Action News reported that Moore has beenContinue Reading

Dancing On Ices most cursed series ever as show limps to early finish

Dancing On Ice was supposed to provide a bit of normality for the nation during what’s been a strange and difficult year. But sadly, it’s been plagued by drama. Between stars being injured and having to drop out after contracting coronavirus, the 2021 series of the show has become the most cursedContinue Reading

Calling All Netflix Lovers Heres Some New Content Being Added In March

It’s a new month. And for Netflix subscribers, that means a new selection of Movies, TV Shows, Seasons, Documentaries. Get ready because there is a wide array to choose from in March. From the action films Batman Begins and Parker to the rom-coms Crazy, Stupid, Love, and Two Weeks Notice, there’s plenty to watch this upcoming month.Continue Reading

Say No To Blood Money: Why Viacom Must Relocate Mtv Africa Music Awards From Uganda By Milton Allimadi

ViacomCBS must cancel its plans for the MTV Africa Music Awards to be hosted by DJ Khaled on Feb. 20 in Uganda which is currently in a violent political crisis instigated by the country’s dictator of 35 years, Gen. Yoweri Museveni, and relocate the event to another African country. The United States Assistant Secretary of State…Continue Reading