Sana Khaan has been grabbing the headlines ever since she announced her breakup with her beau and choreographer Melvin Louis and also accused him of cheating on her with multiple girls. Now, the former Bigg Boss contestant has revealed the main reason behind exposing her ex-boyfriend, Melvin Louis.
In an exclusive conversation with Bollywood Bubble, Sanaa Khaan has said that her aim to expose Melvin Louis was to create awareness among girls and save them from going into depression and anxiety.
Talking to Bollywood Bubble Sana Khaan said, “My main motive was to create awareness among girls specially the underage girls and save them so that they don’t go into depression and anxiety. Because I know what it is. I was on sleeping pills for a month and even after taking pills, I was sleeping for only two hours. My mental and physical health went for a toss because it was not only about cheating. There were so many things involved. I am saving girls not only from Melvin but from men like him. I want people to know the drill and want to give them a breakdown and all these are red flags so that they won’t be fooled.”
Sana Khaan also said that she can’t change boys she can make the girls stronger and push them to raise their voice and avoid taking extreme steps for a guy.
“I can’t change boys but I can make the girls stronger. I can push them to come out and talk and not to commit suicide for a guy. Don’t lose hope on love and be strong. When I was bringing this out, I didn’t know I would be an inspiration for other girls. I had to face a lot of embarrassment because of all this as we were supposed to get married. People who have gone through this kind of situation will understand,” said Sana.
Sana also spoke on Melvin’s family who encouraged him and didn’t improve him for his mistakes. When Sana spoke to his mom about this while she was crying, she said, “Yah sab toh chalta hain.”
‘The Jai Ho’ actress also spoke about the audio clip of the verbal war between Melvin and her that he shared on his Instagram which is now deleted. She said, “He recorded very smartly because after he raised his hand on me, I told him that I will tell people who he really is. He recorded the conversation making me repeat things behind him.”
Speaking about the video posted with the hashtag #BulatiHaiMagarJaaneKaNahi, she said that he has objectified women.
Sech sings to the female empowerment
The interpreter urban panamanian Sech presents his new single, Relationshipthat promises to be a tool of female empowerment.
Produced by tell me Flow and Slow Mike (Miguel Andres Martinez Perea), the issue of the so-called “Stuffed” urban music is available on all digital platforms.
“Now everything changed / it’s her turn to / Mari and a bottle / thanks to the abuse / became beautiful / Now you want / and don’t want it”, exposes part of the letter that the proposal audiovisual shows how a woman picks up on your confidence in herself after escaping from a relationship toxic.
Similarly, in the 2019 Sech took a message to women about how to recover after a break through the simple Another drink.
This year the artist joined to four of the great figures in urban music, Daddy Yankee, Wisin & Yandel and Bad Bunny. Now it took the turn to launch her first single album of the year 2020.
Relationship is the first song released from her upcoming album One on One.
Chris Cuomo Tears Up While Discussing Coronavirus Fight: “It’s a Surreal Existence”
The ‘Cuomo Prime Time’ host got emotional while remembering how his son was watching him sleep earlier in the day.
Chris Cuomo returned to airwaves while battling the coronavirus on Friday, during which time he offered an update on his condition, which he called a “surreal existence.”
During an appearance on Anderson Cooper 360 with neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, the Cuomo Prime Time host said of his current condition, “I’m doing better than I deserve. Sanjay told me a few days ago — everything takes a few days to sink in with me — you can’t wake up expecting to be better like you have a cold or or a virus. You get depressed because it’s going to be a long slog and I accept that now. I get that this is going to be a long fight.”
He added, “I know I’m looking at about twice the time I’ve had so far, so that’s what it is. I’m lucky and I’m loved, and I just go day by day.”
When asked whether he’s worried about the virus, Cuomo said that he’s primarily concerned that his wife or children could catch the virus from him. He added that although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have said that 80 percent of people who die from coronavirus in the U.S. are 65 or older, “I see the 80 percent a little differently than I used to.” He said, “I have my kids sending me all these different cutouts on social media of mothers who’d died and 30-year-olds who died and 50-year-olds who died. There’s this acute awareness and appreciation.”
Cuomo added, starting to tear up, “I woke up this morning and I didn’t hear my son’s quad [bike] anymore, he’d been riding around and all of a sudden I didn’t hear it and he was watching me sleep. And I knew he was watching me because he was worried.”
As for his daily routine, Cuomo said that he hasn’t been watching Netflix or keeping up on the news because he has been “so lethargic.” “It’s a really surreal existence,” he said. “It takes all of my energy to do a [segment] like this.”
Later on in the appearance, Cuomo, Cooper and Gupta spoke with Fire Department of New York paradmedic Aline Bocanegra-Reich, who has tested positive for coronavirus and is taking care of two children while her husband is also sick. “Honestly, I am very afraid of going back to work and possibly contracting this again,” she told the group. “Our needs aren’t going to be met, they haven’t been met. We’re in danger every single day and we still have to figure out a way to feed our family because we are paid so poorly.”
Ever since he first revealed that he tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday, the Cuomo Prime Time host has offered regular updates on his condition while continuing to host the show from his home. The TV host, who is the brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, has shared stories of hallucinations, chipping a tooth, insomnia and losing 13 pounds in three days from sweating so much.
“The best medicine is to not get it. Prevention,” he told Anderson Cooper on March 31.
“What I’m worried about is duration. And my fear is I’m going to get through this and then I’m going to get something else … like pneumonia.” – CNN’s @ChrisCuomo speaks with @AndersonCooper and @DrSanjayGupta about his fight with Covid-19. https://t.co/HUXxxSC0kt pic.twitter.com/DgESjbWxgq
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) April 4, 2020
Drake’s “Toosie Slide” Video and the Emerging Rules of Quarantine-Core
Since the Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant announced that he tested positive for coronavirus a few weeks ago, Drake, who’d been with him a few days prior to the diagnosis, has been self-isolating at his home in Toronto. It’s sleek and chilly, full of gleaming marble surfaces, some art by KAWS, and an indoor pool, all of which are on display, MTV Cribs–style, in the music video for the new song “Toosie Slide” that he released on Friday.
The song is made for TikTok—not in the offhand sense that the dance Drake describes in its chorus lends itself to imitation, but that he worked on it with popular users of the platform. The dancers and musicians Toosie, Hiii Key, and Ayo & Teo are the source of the Toosie Slide: “Drake hit me up and was like, ‘Yo, I need your help,’” Toosie told Rolling Stone on Thursday. “So he sends the record. It was just an idea at the time. It was just the hook and a verse. I came up with this dance. [Drake said,] ‘What you think? You think you can come up with a dance for this song that I made?’” The four of them were together and “came up with it pretty fast.”
And if Drake engineered the song for a platform, he and director Theo Skudra built the video for the pandemic. As self-isolation and social distancing become increasingly broad and familiar mandates, he wears a face mask and gloves in the video and showcases the palatial emptiness of his current situation. The video opens by scanning a vacant Toronto; at the end, fireworks go off, with no one else in sight to see them. Over this period there have been coronavirus raps, scores of delayed albums, concerts, and festivals, Instagram Live producer battles and DJ sets, an uptick in rappers recording feature verses, and now, maybe, a kind of quarantine-core aesthetic.
The state of celebrity affairs and social media use amid the coronavirus pandemic has meant that we’ve likely never seen more of their dwellings than in recent weeks, and that more home inventory is on the way. “Toosie Slide” and the Toosie Slide should take off, to the extent that they haven’t already—the choreographers were demoing the dance earlier this week and the music video is currently the number one trending video on YouTube.
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